The market is changing, and you need to adjust your inventory. But how exactly? Where do you begin? Should you retool or replace some of your existing plans?
Retooling is defined as remaining within the existing building footprint. The replacement may be the same width as the original but has additional structural alterations.
If your homes aren’t selling, it could be because they’re too pricey. It’s also possible that the design is outdated and no longer meets the requirements and needs of purchasers. Therefore, existing plan evaluation entails looking at your plans analytically and emotionally.