Nine Guidelines of Home Showing Etiquette

At Rockford Homes, established home builders in Columbus, Ohio, we want to help you and your clients on the journey to home ownership. Below are some tips for those clients that need guidance on what to do and what not to do at a showing. Be There on Time Showing up late is an inconvenience to the listing agent and seller; so if your clients are running late, reschedule the showing.  Remove Your S...

Couture or Clutter? Accents That Can Make or Break Your Space!

At Rockford Homes, your established home builders in Columbus, Ohio, we understand that every home we build will take on your family’s tastes and personality. We love seeing your homes after you’ve added your finishing touches to our incredible floorplans. Which accents are perfect for your space?  Accent Walls Add drama to the room by accenting the ceiling or single wall with paint or wallpaper....

Our Team Gives Back!

At Rockford Homes, established home builders in Columbus, Ohio, we applaud the efforts of people we know that give back to the community. We understand how important it is to support local causes. Several of our team members are donating their time and energy to feed those that are in need of food today and every day. One project that they are involved with is feeding homeless people on Wednesday...

Help Your Clients Build Their Future!

We have premium locations available for your clients in the excellent Olentangy Local School District. Find affordable luxury in Harvest Point, Olentangy Falls East, North Farms and Clark Shaw Moors. Harvest Point ideal location 38 oversized home sites attractive upscale exteriors homes (including base lot) priced from the $430s Learn More About Harvest Point Now! Olentangy Falls East featuring up...

A Turn On or Turn Off – What Upgrades are Worth It?

Whether you’re moving into a new home, like one of our Rockford Homes for sale in Columbus, Ohio, or renovating an existing home, what upgrades are worth it? Some upgrades benefit you when you sell, but any upgrade could be considered “worth it” for your comfort and the life that happens in your home. However, when thinking about upgrades, keep them consistent with the neighborhood. Of course your...

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