What You Donít Know Works against You
The difference between simply building a custom home or remodeling efficiently can have a significant impact on your project.
With proper financial planning, you can minimize your out-of-pocket expenses, generate tax deductions and maximize the value of your investment.
Without that planning, your project may suffer under-capitalization, delays and compromises.
Worse yet, the final product may end up being grossly over- or undervalued for the market, limiting your ability to secure optimal financing.
Partners in Funding, Partners in Process
Many people, when faced with planning, designing, financing and constructing a project, view the process as a series of disconnected activities.
Land acquisition, pre-purchase evaluation, design, engineering, permitting, construction, inspection, and all other elements are approached as independent hurdles.
The Architect can play a key role by stressing the importance of every stage of the design process . . . and beyond.
Your most powerful partner while planning your project is the Architect who integrates all of the above activities.
Planning with Strong Tools
At Levitch Associates, Inc. we partner with expert consultants who work with us and our clients.
Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of Levitch Associates is the degree to which we simplify a very complex process.
Our role is to guide you through the steps involved, maximizing opportunities where they exist and eliminating problems before they develop.
In many cases our clients finance 90 percent of their building costs, make no interest payments during construction, secure a favorable 30-year fixed rate loan and never have to show a tax return throughout the entire process.
At no obligation to our clients, a lending representative will meet with you to discuss your project and the unique lending strategy.
Once funded, we guide you through the construction process, helping you to monitor inspections and fund distribution.
On move-in day you have the satisfaction of knowing that you have the current market rate or your locked-in rate, whichever is more favorable, and a project that serves your needs, is beautiful, well-built and affordable.