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Jeff If u can afford to go custom I would look into it.

Five years ago, Adair and Hiline were both "here's the plan.

Take it or leave it" Of all these builders, they gave me the worst impression of the likelihood of future pain (do some google searches, particularly in the seattle area) Simplicity-I never worked with them as none of their plans worked for us, but some of my wife's family had a house built by them in Bandon and couldn't say enough good things about it. As for the group in general compared to custom, I offer this theory: If you want a basic house and don't select a ton of upgrades, you can get a ton of house for your money. For example, to have grids added to every window in the house using a custom builder, the total cost would probably be in the neighborhood of $300.

If you need any referrals just let me know some of the details and I might be able to come up with a guy or 2 to talk to. The first one was built in 1991 and was the one and only two story with full daylight basement they ever built. Nice building, good quality and very well insulated. Any contractor can build structures of this quality. One of the standards in the industry is FHA minimum requirements.

During the housing boom they went back to building only a few set designs. I hear you can now do some changes in the stock design but not a lot. In order to qualify for FHA loans the materials in the structure have to meet the FHA requirements.

I've never heard any horror stories about either, I just know that they are pretty much bare bones unless you start adding things. Since then I completely tore out the kitchen, knocked down a couple walls, re-did the entire kitchen, replaced all exterior doors and most interior doors, new laminate flooring and carpet, tore off all exterior siding and re-sided the entire house.

From what I can tell this thing was a glorified manufactured home built as cheap as possible.

I was very impressed with Adair's recent work, and toured several homes both complete and in process, but they wouldn't do a shell, and their prices on complete homes were 10-20% higher than the other three.

I'd advise talking to all of them as well as custom builders and making an informed decision after that.

For Hiline, the charge is $85 per window, so clearly upgrades is where they make a lot of their money.

Feel free to ask anything else and I'll answer to the best of my knowledge as a consumer in this area.

Actually I would suggest talking with both of them. The more you know about each level of "home builder" the better the decision you can make. Whoever you choose ask for examples of past work and try to talk to past clients if at all possible.