Real Dealz 23: New Construction Interior Design Tour

Interior 2This week in episode 23, we wanted to show you an example of our interior design with a visual tour of one of our most recent New Construction homes that just sold.  Tucker spoke about this beautiful home in the previous episode and how it took only 12 hours to sell.  We built this home in a very high-end neighborhood of Lake Oswego Oregon and it was listed for $979,000.   We hope you can take away some great design ideas from our latest new construction project.  We hope you enjoy this episode and please leave us comments and reviews!  Also, have a wonderful 4th of July Weekend! YouTube Video Link




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  1. Beautiful home! Love how the color scheme was neutral but not that typical “beige” color scheme most investors use. One can tell a lot of thought goes into your designs. kudos to your wife!

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  2. Tucker,
    Read a comment today from a guy who use to rehab a ton of houses every year, but now he strictly wholesales. He said the reason is he likes to travel with his family and he couldn’t do that with all the rehabs going on. He probably didn’t read the E-Myth……..

    “Most entrepreneurs are merely technicians with an entrepreneurial seizure. Most entrepreneurs fail because you are working IN your business rather than ON your business.”
    ―Michael Gerber

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  3. Tucker – I’m not surprised the house sold so quickly. The mill work and customization is likely what sets your company apart from other builders. I know your wife is doing a lot of the design work but does she work with any designers or architects that assist in the mill work design and the stylistic features of the house (i.e., transom over french doors)? Either way, hats off to your wife!

    In my area, I see a lot more demand for contemporary and craftsman style houses, however, builders are still building the typical colonial style home. I’m guessing most of them are building homes that they are comfortable with instead of what buyers are actually looking for… Awesome job providing buyers what they’re actually looking for!

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