Relocate to Austin with Zbranek & Holt
If your family is planning to relocate to Austin or the surrounding area, look to Zbranek & Holt to offer our relocation services. We can build you the unique, luxury home of your dreams.
Luxury and Comfort
Zbranek & Holt Custom Homes is widely recognized as one the preeminent luxury custom home builders in the greater Austin and Texas Hill Country area, providing complete design build services. The company’s commitment to providing clients with quality construction and innovative design along with their dedication to the highest level of customer satisfaction are the hallmarks of Zbranek & Holt Custom Homes.
Flexible Relocation Services
Zbranek & Holt Custom Homes specializes in working with relocating families to craft distinctive custom homes, designed for the way you live. We have a customized program that allows clients to work on their new custom home even while living in another city, state or country during construction, making for seamless continuation of your project. Our goal is to make the home building process as smooth and enjoyable as possible. To meet this goal clients are provided with the latest web-driven technology and access to a secure on-line link for their entire project details. Whether you are at home, at work, on the road, or on vacation, Zbranek & Holt Custom Home puts information at your fingertips about your selections, upgrades, financial decisions, questions, documents, photos and more.
Distinctive Custom Homes in Premier Neighborhoods
Zbranek & Holt Custom Homes continually strives to build homes that are truly customized and one-of-a-kind. Our wide range of clients and diverse architects, along with stunning home sites enable us to avoid any one design designation. No matter the architectural style selected, you can be assured of a quality crafted home built by our team of Master Builders. From sophisticated, contemporary custom homes to more traditional luxury custom homes we build in the finest neighborhoods surrounding downtown Austin, Westlake, West Lake Hills, Seven Oaks, Barton Creek, Spanish Oaks, Escala, Rollingwood and throughout Lake Travis, Lakeway, Bee Cave, Spicewood, Horseshoe Bay and the Texas Hill Country.
Award Winning Design
Along with the strong reputation of Zbranek & Holt, the Austin Texas new home builder has also been recognized with numerous prestigious awards in recent years. These include National Best In American Living Award Winner, 2 Time “National Master Builder of the Year”, 6-Time “Custom Builder of the Year”, 3 Time Austin Business Journal Custom Builder of the Year, 4 Time Best of HOUZZ Design Winner, 5 Time Best Outdoor Living Area, Best One-of-a-Kind Custom Home, and 3 Time “Best Custom Home over $2M” in addition to being named “Business of the Year” by the local Chamber of Commerce.
Realtor Relationships to Ease Relocation
Zbranek & Holt Custom Homes prides itself on having outstanding Realtor relationships that can make your relocation to the Austin area more enjoyable and stress-free. Whether you are looking to move your family or are considering an Austin executive relocation or Austin corporate relocation, contact us today at 512-261-0344.
Helpful Links to Assist Before you Relocate to Austin
The Austin area has much to offer residents including diversified employment opportunities, countless shopping options, spectacular natural resources and an endless array of live music venues. Listed below are some helpful links to schools, communities, entertainment and other areas of interest. Visit our Community Page for more information on a specific area where Zbranek & Holt Custom Homes is currently building.
Moving to a new home and starting a new job can be stressful propositions. You are required to find a suitable property, acquaint yourself with a new environment, create a support network, and settle into a new job. There are some ways to help ease the transition for your entire family.
Stay on top of the logistics. You will be managing the departure from your current home along with the impending arrival to your new one. This will require organization. Making to-do lists can help you stay on top of all tasks.
Take advantage of company services. Many companies offer flexible help when it comes to starting a new job. Research what is available to you and use all the services you can. Some examples include expense-paid house hunting visits, car transport, home selling or buying assistance, and even help finding job placement for your spouse. If your employer does not typically offer these services, negotiate for them. Be mindful that some employers will only reimburse moving expenses if you use services authorized or recognized by them.
Explore your new environment before commencing the move. If you have the ability to do so, take a trip with the sole purpose of getting to know your new city or town before you arrive. This is an opportunity to find the right neighborhood or vicinity to live in. One that is best suited for your lifestyle. If this is not feasible for you, try to talk to people who currently live there or who have lived there. Another good resources is local news, local blogs, official city websites, or neighborhood publications. If you have children, effort should also be made to find out about the school districts available and the more family-friendly parts of town.
Calculate the cost of living. The cost of living varies significantly among US cities. It is good to do your due diligence and account for how or if your living expenses will be affected by this move.
Find out about tax implications of your move. You may be eligible for a partial reimbursement of moving expenses in the form of tax deductions. Typically you must meet some minimum requirements to qualify. These may include the move being prompted by the start of a new job, the new home being at least 50 miles away from your old home and job, and engaging in full time work for a certain period of time. It can be worthwhile to research specifics as they pertain to your situation, especially if your employer does not offer any financial assistance.
Foster a social support network. Once you settle into your home, make an effort to meet new people and make new friends. Use online services to find others near you who share similar interests. Introduce yourself to your new neighbors. Join the local gym or neighborhood church. Volunteer. The sooner you can develop a network of friends and acquaintances the more comfortable you will feel in your new home.