Award-winning Home Designer releases Money-Saving House Plan Tips in Free Special Report – Call 601-264-5028

Free Dream Home Success Kit from!, a leading nationally-published designer of stock house plans, releases the much-anticipated “I Need House Plans; Now What?” Special Report.

Hattiesburg, MS (PRWEB) June 18, 2008 “ As more and more families look to achieve the “American Dream” of building their own home, “stock” home plans have as a high-quality and cost-effective alternative to “custom” home design services.

With high gas prices and healthcare costs taking up more of everyone’s monthly income, we wanted to provide an exhaustive resource for families to have for reference in evaluating their next house plan purchase€, noted Stephen Mathis, Vice President of House Plan Gallery. Stock house plans really provide the best of both worlds. You can have an attractive design, with the features, amenities, and floorplan layout that your family wants, at a price that can save you thousands of dollars over a corresponding custom home design.

Stock house plans are pre-drawn home designs that are being increasingly offered by leading building designers, and typically include the most-requested and most-popular home design features and amenities.

These designs are based on significant customer feedback, deep market research, floorplan layout trends, and continual improvements in construction materials and practices. In addition, stock home plans typically offer the advantage of being less expensive to purchase than other custom home design alternatives, while retaining the ability to be fully-modified to meet a family’s specific needs.

Alternatively, custom house plans are “one-off” type designs that are developed specifically for one person/family, for one specific location or lot. The highly-customized nature of the plans necessitates much longer development cycles and high design-related costs. These type factors, as well as others, have led custom home designs to have fallen out of favor in many parts of the country.

In working with thousands of clients each year, the award-winning home design firm House Plan Gallery, has developed an extensive collection of over 200 affordable house plans that address the needs and wants of today’s new home builders and families.

As individuals and families begin the house plan shopping process, it can become quite overwhelming just with the sheer number of house plans available on the Internet and in plan books, notes Mark Mathis, President of House Plan Gallery. Our team has one goal, and that’s to help our customers understand their house plan options and how the entire process works. This special report is the culmination of all of the most frequently-asked house plan questions that we receive, and how choosing stock plans can provide several significant, time and money-saving advantages over a corresponding set of custom-designed house plans.

The downloadable special report is being made available, for a limited time only, by visiting the following website:


About House Plan Gallery:


House Plan Gallery is an Award-winning designer of stock house plans that include all the most-popular home amenities and most-requested floor plan features. The company’s home designs have been purchased and built by thousands of satisfied consumers and home builders throughout North America.

House Plan Gallery primarily designs homes from 600 to 3,000 square feet of living space, in a wide variety of Architectural styles including Southern, Country, Traditional, Craftsman, European and French Country.

To view a compiled listing of several of the most-popular house plans in the industry right now, you can go to:

To learn more, visit and search our large database of home plans in a wide variety of Architectural styles. Join our mailing list to receive special Subscriber-Only offers and to learn money-saving tips on building your first new home!

Award-winning Home Designer releases Money-Saving House Plan Tips in Free Special Report – Call 601-264-5028
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