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Austin Luxury Home Building: Cookin’ it Up with the Sterling Cookbook™


Sterling Custom Homes Austin luxury real estate

The Sterling Cookbook™ helps simplify the Building Process

What does it take to construct luxury
Austin real estate at an affordable price for buyers? For Sterling Custom Homes, it’s about keeping the building momentum going. And they should know. For more than 20 years, the Austin area builder has been helping new home buyers design their custom dream homes. And, it was those years of experience and knowledge that helped the home builder create the Sterling Cookbook™, a tool that simplifies the process of new home construction while building momentum and making financial sense for new home buyers.

“The key to building and maintaining the momentum of a home building project is to keep our clients ahead of us on their selections,” said Duke McDowell, president of Sterling Custom Homes. “The Sterling Cookbook™ helps guide our clients through the home building process so that they can provide us with the information we need to order materials and direct subcontractors properly, therefore avoiding timing gaps that can be difficult for us to make up.”

Often, home buyers aren’t sure what exactly is expected of them during the home construction process. The Sterling Cookbook™ gives buyers step-by-step information on their roles and responsibilities during construction, from making selections to meeting with trade partners, the approval process and care of the completed custom home.

Sterling Custom Homes is one of the area’s leading
Austin home builders with new homes in communities across the region including Barton Creek, Bellagia Estates, Caslano, Flintrock Falls, Lakeway, Mirador Drive, River Place, Rough Hollow, Seven Oaks, Spanish Oaks, The Bluffs at Steiner Ranch and The Reserve at Lake Travis.

For more information about the Sterling Cookbook™, visit the
Sterling Custom Homes website or call 512-263-2214.

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