Your New Home
The Process—What does it look like?
Thank you for visiting MG Legacy Custom Homes.
Perhaps you have arrived here because you are familiar with our homes and are seeking a more personal approach. Or, it’s possible you are new to our look and design as we pursue an elevated style of living. Either way, we welcome you!
At MG Legacy Custom Homes, we offer our unique style and aesthetic approach conformed to your needs. This might include slight design alterations, or major customizations to enjoy a level of uniquely crafted comfort and ease: coming together to bring you your unique custom home.
You will usually find several of our beautifully designed new homes available for sale in the countryside communities of Wilson County. One of these might be just right for you. Perhaps, however, you have your own land where you have dreamt of building, or maybe you have specific needs that you hope to address as you envision your future home. Either way, MG Legacy Custom Homes is here to serve you.
In this section we address some basic elements for planning a start-to-finish custom home with your own unique features.
If you are interested in one of MG Legacy Custom Homes’ existing projects, Mike Fulmer is the broker of Fulmer Realty and handles marketing and listing for all our properties. He has served La Vernia, Wilson county, and the broader San Antonio area for nearly 20 years and has a wealth of knowledge about the region. If you would like to learn about or look at any of our current properties, please feel free to inquire or schedule something with Mr. Fulmer; we are confident he would be glad to give you additional information and show you around: email@example.com, (830) 477-9393.
If you are interested in exploring a customized home, with custom plans, knowing the process and a projected timeline can be a helpful start. Knowing where you want to live and the house you would like to live in is an exciting prospect! Having a good sense of the process can help make your experience even more manageable as you anticipate each step and its importance to the bigger picture.
Additional factors that influence scheduling a custom project include proposed project location, other existing projects, and our sense of being able to meet your needs and expectations—each of these considerations can be explored as you draw closer to your project parameters and timeline. If you know where you want to build, what you want to build, think we offer a product that you like, and you’re ready to get started, we should begin a conversation and explore further.