They loved the home, but there seemed to be plenty of issues they had to address. Now some people love this (and they didnâ€™t mind too terrible) but after a while, they bought another home in another area and were only her for about half the year.
They found the home becoming too much of a burden for them (and, of course, like all of us, they were getting older).
They put it up for sale and did okay â€“ it sold just before the end of the boom. They got about what other people were getting (per sqft ) yet the cost to build theirs was a lot more than most others. It also took a fairly long time as it is a â€œspecializedâ€ sale (for every person looking for a log home, youâ€™ll have many more, looking for block and stucco in our area).
Obviously, the charm, uniqueness of each home, and simple pleasures it gives its owners makes them attractive, but buyers should simply know what they are â€œin for.â€
Put â€œlog homes pros and consâ€ and a variety of articles and bulletin boards will come up â€“ that could help a lot!