New Jersey Home Building Blog

Finding Land for a Custom Home in New Jersey

Andrew Giannattasio | Jun 22, 2022

So, you want to build a custom house. Assuming right now is the best time for you to build, you'll have to find the right plot of land. Building a house in New Jersey can be rewarding. Our property values are high and for good reason! With convenient access to beaches, historic sites, large metropolitan areas and idyllic out-of-the-way rural spots, your home in New Jersey will have a little something for everyone in your household — if you choose the right property. 

Finding land to build on can be an overwhelming experience if you've never bought land before. Knowing what you want, doing research, and aligning with the right team of professionals can make your endeavor a success. Here's what you need to know if you're buying land in NJ.

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How Much Does an Acre of Land Cost in New Jersey in 2022?

Andrew Giannattasio | Apr 12, 2022

Building a new home should be exciting, but all too often it can be overwhelming — especially if you’re starting by buying land in New Jersey. If you’re never bought land before, you probably have lots of questions, chief among them: how much is an acre going to cost? As New Jersey builders, GTG Builders can help break down that question and get you started down the path to your perfect home!

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Build Your Next Custom Home Near Sky Manor Airport in Pittstown, NJ

Andrew Giannattasio | Nov 15, 2021

If you would love to build your home near an airport, you should know that you’re not alone. Homeowners are as unique as the places they choose to live, and there are plenty of people who love quick access to travel. Being a pilot of your own airplane just makes your choice a little more obvious. Here are a few reasons to consider building your home closer to the runway, particularly in Pittstown.

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Moving from Manhattan? Your Guide to Hunterdon County, New Jersey

Andrew Giannattasio | Jul 27, 2020

Crowded streets, small apartments and unreliable subways eventually drive many people from Manhattan into New Jersey. Families and even career-driven professionals often find their way to our beautiful state, seeking room to grow as well as peace and quiet.

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