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A lot goes into planning and building your new home. Questions come up, decisions must be made—but it doesn't have to be difficult or intimidating. The more information you have, the more prepared you'll be to get started. Have a look at our FAQs below and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. 

What does Quest's custom home design process look like?

Our design process begins and ends with you. When we first meet, we'll invite you to bring photos, magazines, fabrics, swatches, samples, or anything else that might communicate the vision for your new home. From there, we'll explore your exact wants and needs as we flesh out floor plans, options, amenities, and more. When we're ready to build, we'll work very closely with you throughout each phase to ensure your new home is exactly as it should be. Learn More →

May I use my own interior designer?

Of course you may. In fact, we prefer that our homebuyers feel as comfortable as possible with everything that goes into the design process. We do, however, offer complimentary design hours through Becki Kerns, our interior design partner, who has been a staple of Quest's design process for many years. We think you'll love what she has to offer.

What's the typical cost of a Quest custom home?

For the most part, our homes sell for anywhere between $500,000 and $10,000,000—but because we're a custom home builder, the cost of a new home depends largely on our buyers' choices. 

What areas does Quest serve?

We operate out of Omaha, Nebraska, serving the metro area as well as surrounding communities and rural areas. See Available Lots →

Does Quest build outside of the Omaha area?

We'll build your dream home wherever you like. 

How long does it take Quest to build a custom home?

Depending on the square footage, amenities, and other luxury features our buyers request, the construction process can take anywhere from six months to one year.

Does Quest offer homes for sale?

All of our homes are built in accordance with the uniquely high standards of our buyers, which means we usually do not build homes for later resale. We do, however, have a model for sale and a number of open lots available.  

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