Here’s the thing. No one likes to talk about money. Whether you’re buying a car or talking about home renovations. But knowing your budget framework upfront helps us to help you. Consider why:
Let’s say you’re buying a car. You know you want a silver, four-door sedan.
Now, if you tell me this — I can take this in a whole lot of directions because there are a lot of unanswered questions.
Do you want a sub-compact, a compact, mid-size, full-size, or luxury?
Do you want leather interior or cloth?
Do you want a fully-loaded car with all the options or just the basics?
We point this out because we could show you a Kia Sedan for $16,000ish or we could show you a Jaguar XJ XJR575 in the $122,000 price range.
Both cars are silver, four-door sedans.
But they are very, very different.
Even if you don’t know your budget to the penny, you have an idea of what you want to spend. We don’t want to come to the table and underwhelm you any more than we want to come in and overwhelm you. And just as the options for a car have a tremendous range, so do the products and materials we work with… We just need to know where to start looking.
So the question remains — what level fits your budget?