It’s no secret, but it’s not exactly shouted from the rooftops, either. And the fact that neither Arthur nor Sally Goldammer feel much of a need to make it known that Verity Homes is a family run business speaks volumes. It’s partly their Midwest upbringing that values humility over ego, but it’s also the fact
Building a Family Business: The Brother-Sister Duo Behind Verity Homes’ Success
The following article was originally posted by Bell Bank, and we thought it was worth re-posting considering spring 2020 is quickly approaching and time is running short to prepare for the highly likely spring flooding soon to come. It’s true that not all homeowners are required to have flood insurance. But a harder truth is
5 Things You Need to Know About Flood Insurance
It’s a question we hear from most of our customers: Why should I build a new home instead of buying a used home already on the market? The classic “New vs. Used” concern is nothing new, and we completely understand and respect the decision buyers need to make. And yes, we’re biased… but we have some facts
New vs. Used (and Abused): 9 Big Benefits of New Homes
Moving to a new home is a whirlwind of excitement. From picking out the perfect neighborhood to decorating your new place, there’s a lot of fun to be had throughout the moving process. If you’re downsizing, then you’re probably also looking forward to lower mortgage payments, less lawn care, and a more laid-back lifestyle. However,
Free Downsizing Resources to Make Your Move a Breeze
Walking into the new Inspirations by Verity, the North Dakota-based homebuilder’s new custom home design studio located on the south side of Fargo, your eye doesn’t quite know where to start. Or stop, rather. There’s so much to see. But the new state-of-the-art studio isn’t just for looking. “Yes it’s a stunning space from the
Inspired to Build: Verity Homes’ Award-Winning Design Studio Makes Home Building Fun Again
It’s a fact of life. Prices always go up. Year after year, the cost of building goes up. Raw material prices go up. Labor prices go up. Overhead costs go up. Not always a lot, but if you were a betting man, the odds are definitely in favor of prices going up season after season.
Lock In 2019 Prices for Your 2020 Build!
Stop me if this sounds familiar… You’ve been renting an apartment now for a few years, maybe longer. Roommates have come and gone, but now you’ve grown up, gotten a job, made some money and can now afford to have “a place of your own.” A nice two-bedroom apartment with an elevator and underground parking.
Why “Lease to Own” May Be Your Ticket to Home Ownership
Thinking about making a move? Or building a new home? If so, you’re probably also thinking about getting your home ready to be put on the market. If you were to list your home today, do you think you’d get the best price possible? Likely not, but it’s nothing to feel bad about — no
15 Weekend Projects That Will Increase the Resale Value of Your Home
I admit, I am the lucky recipient of many fortuitous circumstances that were completely out of my control. I was born in America, first and foremost, in the upper Midwest… a location that offers great educational and job opportunities, as well as a steady housing market. I was born into a middle-class family that supported
The ONE Reason I Could Afford My Dream Home at 36
You’re in the market for a new home. Perhaps you’re renting or just looking for an upgrade. Or maybe your kids have grown up and moved out, and you’ve been looking around at a bunch of unused space you no longer need. Whatever’s inspiring you to make a move, you have a couple options —
Four Big Benefits of Buying a “To-Be-Built” Home