Afraid you can't afford to build a house?

Turner & Son Homes provides great value for your investment, making your dream home a reality. We build custom designed homes for those who thought they couldn’t afford even a new home.

Contact us to use our expertise, even before you’re ready to start. During the initial planning, we help make sure you start out the right way.

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Learn more about the Red Door Homes series.Turner & Son Homes offers The Red Door Homes series for our clients looking for a simpler option to fit their budget.

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  • Why we love Realtors

    Why we love Realtors

    Realtors and home builders could do so much together. I don't understand why there's often such skepticism toward one another. At Turner and Son, we love our Realtors. It's important to know...Read More
  • Building homes like a Marine

    Building homes like a Marine

    If everything doesn't go according to plan in a war zone, you're not allowed to throw up your hands and call it quits. That's one of the many things I learned during my days as a combat engineer in the Marine Corps. This business reminds me a lot of the …Read More
  • Why I stand by buyers with financing problems

    Why I stand by buyers with financing problems

    Usually I talk about solving logistical problems because I have to handle them to give my clients the home that they want. But when it comes to financial problems, I can speak from experience. My wife had fallen in love with a home, and I was having trouble getting it …Read More
  • Visualizing your custom home

    Visualizing your custom home

    The idea of designing a home just as you've dreamed it is exciting, but it isn't always easy to share that vision with your builder. In a perfect world, you could just build the house and then walk them through it, but obviously that's not an option. It's challenging to...Read More