The housing market in a number of locations throughout Texas is looking brighter for 2013. For example, Austin home Builder & Remodeling has taken an upswing, and housing market reports anticipate a positive forecast for first-time homebuyers as well as existing homebuyers hoping to put their homes on the market this year. Companies like Dearth Design & Construction are happy to hear the news, as the company, like many others in Texas, experienced a drastic decline in renovation, design, and construction jobs since the housing crash in 2008.
Austin Texas Home Building Up
Things are looking up, according to the Multiple Listing Service released by the Austin Board of Realtors for January 2013, signifying a gradual yet steady rise in sales volume for single-family homes in the Austin area, a 33% increase since January 2012.
Dearth Design Construction specializes in room additions, remodels, and entire house renovations, providing quality home-based services in Austin, Dripping Springs, Driftwood and Bastrop, Texas. Whether you’re looking to renovate the kitchen, add a bathroom, or convert a basement into the ultimate man-cave or game room, Dearth Design Construction brings years of experience as well as down-home Texas style and design into each and every job. Specializing also in outdoor living environments and exterior elevations, Dearth Design Construction knows how valuable a renovation or addition to a home can be for sellers as well as buyers.
Whether you want to add a swimming pool, an outside deck, a courtyard, or gourmet kitchen, Dearth Design Construction has the experience and the expertise to provide the best. “At Dearth Design Construction, we eliminate design flaws to increase the sales prices for clients, whether they’re buying or selling,” states Todd Dearth, owner of Dearth Design Construction. “Contact us for custom home remodeling, renovations, or additions and schedule a free, no-obligation consultation for your Austin area home. We’ll show you that our designs and our remodeling expertise is the best resource you can have in today’s still struggling economy.”