Property Taxes Preparation Tips When Constructing A New Home

Myrtle Beach custom homeBuilding a custom home that has the amenities you need is quite different from purchasing a pre-owned home from a real estate building especially when we are talking about property taxes. Without the exact figure based on the historical amount, how will you know how much you need roll into your mortgage or save? This has kept a lot of families wondering about the ongoing costs of homeownership especially when it comes to buying a newly built home. As confusing as it may seem at first, it actually just requires a little untangling. With a little research and legwork, you can have an answer that will relieve you of your stress that is related to your new home’s property taxes.

Property Taxes In Your Location

It does not matter where you construct your house, you will always be required to pay property taxes. If you are new to homeownership, you might not even realize that property taxes differ from one municipality to another. Generally, property taxes are evaluated by the local government, but also have federal and state consideration.

The first kind of tax that goes into calculating any property tax is the millage for your specific jurisdiction. The millage is a property tax that is due for every $1,000 in property assessment; it’s actually presented in the form of a percentage. For example, when your property is evaluated at $200,000, and the mill levy or millage rate is 1%, you need to multiply the $200,000 by 0.1 to obtain $2,000, which is the amount you have to pay for your millage tax.

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Press Release: Myrtle Beach Custom Home Builder Upgrades Website

Dawol Homes takes a new level of service to its clients with a completely redesigned website. The Myrtle Beach home builder has created a new website that showcases both their custom built homes and model homes. The company is proud to introduce the new site as a turning point in their goal to provide superior service to their customers. The website features complete and attractive information about home design including floor plans and design ideas. Dawol Home welcomes everyone to visit the website. Clients and new home buyers are sure to love it.

Since 1996, custom home builder Dawol Homes of Myrtle Beach has offered exceptional service to its clients.  The company has proven to be an outstanding home builder due to its excellent customer service. Every client has the satisfaction they need when they hire Dawol Homes. People trust the company due to its dedication and commitment to customer satisfaction. The company aims to give each client the home of their dreams.

Their Mission Statement is to obtain 100% Customer Satisfaction.  Dawol accomplishes this by being Professional in every aspect with Unquestionable Integrity. Create a stimulating environment for Team Players, with rewards for Innovation & Job Ownership and Setting the Standards for Others to Follow.

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5 Ways To Protect Your House From A Hurricane

Myrtle Beach custom homeHurricane season is here (hello: Hurricane Florence). It is crucial for homeowners living in coastal areas to prepare their houses for tropical storms, strong winds, and even flooding. Although we hope you never have to face any of these, there is also nothing wrong with being prepared. Fortunately, there are ways for coastal homeowners and those who live in hurricane zones to protect their abode from damages. These may include simple improvements like cleaning gutters and pruning trees. Others may cost a bit more but are worth it. A home that is hurricane proof does not only have a better resale value but it also makes sure that you will still have a house to return to after the hurricane passes. If you are currently looking for a custom home near a beach, be sure to include these 5 hurricane proof improvements to your checklist. These tips can significantly help your home weather the next storm.

Go Metal!

If you have decided to relocate to a hurricane zone, you need to have a roof that is hurricane proof if you want your home to survive the next major storm. A home’s roof is constantly exposed to outside forces like wind and rain, making it one of the most vulnerable parts of any house. If you are moving to a place that is prone to hurricane force winds as well as tropical storms, your roof will definitely take a beating.

Fortunately, a metal roof can withstand the torrential downpours and high wind speeds brought by a hurricane. If you are buying a home that does not have a metal roof, you should consider installing one. A metal roof has gained its reputation for being resistant to strong winds of up to 140 mph. The American Building Components said that metal roofing provides distinctive security and strength thanks to its interlocking panels. Metal roofs can last for up to five decades, which is more than twice the lifespan of a conventional asphalt shingle roofs. Meanwhile, don’t forget to make sure that the metal roof you wish to install meets all local and state building codes.

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