Homes By Dickerson

February 16, 2024

Tim Clarke

Award-winning Homes By Dickerson offers custom, high-performance homes with unparalleled craftsmanship in the Carolinas since 1975.

Homes By Dickerson has been building stunning custom homes in Raleigh and surrounding areas for over 45 years.

Founded in 1975 as a two-man operation, Homes By Dickerson has grown into an award-winning builder that specializes in crafting unique living spaces tailored to each homeowner.

Reputation for Quality Craftsmanship and Service

With over four decades of experience, Homes By Dickerson has established itself as one of Raleigh’s premier custom home builders. Their reputation for inspired design, high-end finishes, and customer service is unmatched.

Homeowners rave about the builder’s constant communication, transparency, and collaboration throughout the design and building process. Many describe working with Homes By Dickerson as an enjoyable and fulfilling adventure.

Custom Home Design and Personalization

Homes By Dickerson specializes in luxury Traditional, Craftsman, and Transitional style homes. Sizes typically range from 3,000 square feet up to 8,000+ square feet on larger estate lots.

Every Homes By Dickerson home is completely customized to the client’s lifestyle and aesthetic vision. Their in-house design team works one-on-one with each homeowner to create a unique living space.

The builder’s sophisticated Design Studio provides endless options to personalize each home through finishes, fixtures, and high-end smart home technology integration.

Construction Process

Homes By Dickerson self-performs much of the construction using their own team of trade partners perfected over decades. Homeowners can expect excellent communication and transparency throughout the 8-14 month build.

The company is known for exceeding code standards when it comes to durability, energy efficiency, and indoor air quality. This results in comfortable, healthy homes built to last.

Homes By Dickerson conducts thorough inspections and walkthroughs at each stage of construction to ensure flawless results matching the homeowner's expectations.

Buying a Homes By Dickerson Home

Homes By Dickerson constructs luxury custom homes in Raleigh’s most prestigious neighborhoods including North Hills, Hayes Barton, Country Club Hills, and more.

Pricing typically ranges from $1 million up to $3 million+ for larger estate homes on premium lots. Exact cost depends on size, features, finishes, and location.

The builder has relationships with over 25 preferred lenders to help buyers finance their dream home. They also offer guidance on budgeting and managing cost.

The website showcases photos and videos of past projects to provide design inspiration.

Guidance from Local Real Estate Expert

As an agent who has sold several Homes By Dickerson homes, I highly recommend them for luxury custom builds. Here are my insider tips:

Take time to understand their proven construction methods and premium materials - quality is their focus.

Invest heavily in the design process - Homes By Dickerson will incorporate special touches that make your home unique.

Consider long-term resale value when selecting finishes and materials. Smart upgrades will preserve value.

Inquire about their smart home tech integration - this is an area where they excel.

Ask about energy efficiency and indoor air quality features that improve home health.

Use any leverage you have as a buyer, especially on spec homes or lots they've held for over 6 months.

With over 45 years perfecting their craft, you can trust Homes By Dickerson to deliver a finely-crafted living space that flawlessly blends aesthetics, functionality, and cutting-edge technology.

Tim M. Clarke

About the author

17 years as a Realtor in the Research Triangle, Tim seeks to transform the Raleigh-Durham real estate scene through a progressive, people-centered approach prioritizing trust & transparency.

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