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Most Popular Floor Plans from Mitchell Homes

Most Popular Floor Plans from Mitchell Homes

One of the many advantages of building a new home on your lot in Virginia with Mitchell Homes is the ability to choose and customize one of our 30+ floor plans. Whether you are looking for a single-story ranch, a cape cod, or two-story home, Mitchell Homes has plenty of house plans to choose from…. Read More

Infographic: How Much 1% Can Save You On Your Mortgage

Infographic: How Much 1% Can Save You On Your Mortgage

According to an April 10, 2014 Washington Post article, mortgage rates are up nearly 1% when compared to this same time in 2013. 1% may not sound like much at first, and it may not even make a large difference in your monthly mortgage payment. However, a 1% difference can make a big difference in… Read More

Modular Homes vs. Stick Built Homes – A Side-By-Side Comparison

Modular Homes vs. Stick Built Homes – A Side-By-Side Comparison

If you’re interested in building a new home, there’s a chance you’ve considered modular homes vs. stick built homes. Although modular homes can sometimes appear to have an advantage when it comes to turnaround time, this may not actually be the case, and there are many other considerations to factor into your decision. Listed below… Read More

Building A Home vs. Buying An Existing Home

Building A Home vs. Buying An Existing Home

The home buying process comes with a near endless number of decisions, starting with building a brand new home versus buying an existing (used) home. Both options offer certain advantages and disadvantages depending on your situation and what you are looking for. We’ve highlighted a few of these differences below to help guide you through… Read More

Infographic: The Changing Housing Market

Infographic: The Changing Housing Market

The housing market has changed a lot over the last 40 years, with the number of home sales, the size of homes, and the cost of homes all changing since the 1970s. Check out this great infographic to see the ups, and downs, of the housing market over the last 40 years.

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