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New Homes in Santaquin Utah – $185,000

Homes in Santaquin Utah for $185,000

Priority Homes are building affordable homes in Santaquin for under 185k.    Currently, we are building in the Stone Hollow at Summit Ridge Subdivision.  View the details below on the particular location of the development.

What are clients are saying about Priority Homes…

Thank you again for everything! This home is beautiful and is working very well for us!

Stone Hollow Development in Summit Ridge

Homes in Santaquin Utah


Our Homes in Santaquin Utah

We currently offer several of our homes in Santaquin Utah.  Here are some of the house plans that we have recently built in this area.

Brighton House plan – 1250 Sq ft

Homes In Santaquin Utah


Windsor House plan – 1350 sq ft

Homes in Santaquin Utah

Be sure to visit our website to learn more about our features and inclusions.  Homes in Santaquin Utah – 

Priority Homes Current Projects

Current Projects for Priority Homes LLC


  • Eyre Home – Located in Nephi, Utah.  This home we are finalizing this week, and hope to have it closed shortly.  This home is a 2 story; 2600 finished square feet, with an unfinished basement.


  • Ashlin Home- Located in Nephi, Utah.  This home is one of our newest plans.  This plan is a 1250 sq ft plan on the main, which sits on an unfinished basement.  This home is being built in the Hunters Meadow Subdivision.  We are building this home in the North Part of Nephi for only $178,000.


  • Boss Home – Located in Nephi, Utah.  This home we are building for a super good price.   This is an affordable home being built in the Nephi area for a great price.   We are excited to offer this floor plan and price to a large market.


  • 002_edited-1Brighton Home – Located in Santaquin, Utah. One of our most built homes is out Brighton home.  We have built this floorplan in several locations throughout the State of Utah.  This home has begun in the Stone Hollow Subdivision in  Santaquin, Utah.  We are at foundation stage.



  • Argyle Home – Goshen, Utah.  This home we are excited to build in Utah County.  We hope to have this home up and going within 2 weeks.



Look for more information coming forth as we begin a new 3 car Windsor in Nephi.  A new Argyle in Oak City and more houses in the future.  Thanks for the building the Priority Way!  Call today for pricing on your new home at (435) 623-2382.
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Occupancy Permit for Santaquin Home – Stone Hollow

We are always glad to see an occupancy permit on one of our homes.  In Santaquin, we just received occupancy on a beautiful home in Stone Hollow Subdivision.

Santaquin House Image 1 – Beautiful Brick Job by Maughan Wright.  He is very good at what he does.Santaquin Home - Stone Hollow

Santaquin House Image 2 – Also a front home view  – standing more Northwest from the structure.

Santaquin Home - West view

Santaquin House Image 3 – View of the Garage side

Santaquin home  - Garage View


Add a Master Bathroom In Utah

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Add a Master Bathroom Utah


If you own an older home and do not have the benefit of a master bathroom, but would really like to have one, there are several ways to achieve this dream. No one can promise that it will be inexpensive, but it the cost of it will depend on what method you choose and how elaborate you want to get.


The one obvious solution to adding a master bathroom that might be the easiest, but not necessarily the least expensive, is by adding a home addition. This can be the easiest because you are building an entirely new structure that can be laid out exactly as you like and there will be no tearing out and redesign involved, at least in the new space. This can be more expensive obviously because there will be all new building material involved and the cost of a contractor to build it, unless you are experienced enough to do it your self. Most of us are not.


Other ways to add a master bathroom to our home is to redesign some of the existing space in our home. This could involve connecting two bedrooms. If you go with this option, there will have to be plumbing installed and purchasing the new bathroom necessities like the bathtub, toilet, and sink. Of course, these purchases will have to be made no matter where you locate your new master bathroom.


Converting a garage, carport, or patio space can be places that could potentially be used for creating a master bathroom. Just use your imagination. You could also use an existing large bathroom in your home to connect to a bedroom to create a master suite. A smaller bathroom might be constructed in some other area of the home for children or guest. If you have more than one bathroom already, this might not even be necessary.


Will a little rearranging of a few walls, many good changes could be made for the better in your home. However, changing the floor plan in a home can be a little tricky. There could be structural elements involved that might be dangerous to the health of your home.


If you have any doubt about any structural changes you intend for a master bathroom or any other redesign, consult with a professional for advice. You do not want to start changing things that might not need to be changed. A professional contractor or home designer may give you some valuable tips to make your master bathroom project go smoother with less potential for mistakes.[1]


Priority Homes can help with all of your remodeling or new construction needs. Call 435-623-2382 for more information.


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Buy New Homes In Santaquin, Utah

Buy New Homes In Santaquin, Utah

Buy New Homes In Santaquin, Utah

We are now offering great affordable homes for sale in the Santaquin Utah area.  We have over 30 lots to choose from and over 10 house plans to view.  Call Travis today at (435) 623-2382.   Below we have included a sample contract which is a standard REPC located on the State’s website.

Contractor Agreement


Made the _3rd______________day of _May___2011_



Physical Address:

Telephone Number:

(hereinafter referred to as “the Owner”)


LRI Construction

Physical Address:

License Number:

Utah License 5832172-5501

(435) 623-0897

Telephone Number:

LRI Contruction

(hereinafter referred to as “the Contractor”)

The parties choose the above stated addresses as their physical addresses for purposes of delivery of any notice, payment of any amount and at which legal proceedings may be instituted. Each of the parties will be entitled at any time by way of written notice to the other to change the information regarding their physical addresses.

Whereas the Owner is desirous of constructing a

New Home built on new purchased parcel

New Home consists of 1407 sq ft with 2 Car Garage

(hereinafter referred to as “the Works”)


at the following address


(hereinafter referred to as “the Property”)

in accordance with the drawings and specifications annexed hereto, and signed by the parties:

and whereas the Contractor has agreed to execute the said Works on the Property in accordance with the drawings and specifications annexed to this Contractor Agreement and signed by the parties.



1.    For the consideration hereinafter mentioned, the Contractor will execute and complete the Works in accordance with the terms and conditions and drawings and / or the specifications annexed hereto.

1.1.    The Owner will pay the Contractor the sum of

(hereinafter referred to as the “Contract Sum”)


2.    It is agreed that the drawings and specifications mentioned in this Contractor Agreement and annexed hereto are the final drawings and specifications of the Works and form an integral part of this Agreement. It is furthermore agreed that there shall be no additions or variations to the said drawings and / or specifications without the written consent of the other party first having been obtained.

2.1.    The Contractor undertakes to obtain the necessary approval from the local authority or other statutory body concerned for the Works as described herein. The Contractor shall hold the Owner harmless for any violations and shall accordingly indemnify the Owner.

2.2.    The Owner warrants that he is the registered owner of the Property. In the event of the property not being registered in the name of the Owner, then the Contractor shall be informed in writing by the Owner accordingly.

2.3.    In the event of the Local Authority, Mortgager or other statutory body or the Owner, at any time or for any reason whether before, during or after the construction of the Works, requiring any alteration, variation or amendment to the drawings and / or specifications involving the Contractor in additional expense, then the cost of complying with such alteration, variation or amendment shall be borne and paid for by the Owner.


3.    The Contractor shall be entitled to receive progress payments as the Works proceed in accordance with the provisions set out hereunder:

3.1.    The Contract Sum shall be paid in the following installments:

3.1.1.    Owner Shall Pay the Draw Sheets as given by the General Contractor.  Draw sheets will not exceed 5 occurances during the time of construction.  All final invoices will be paid on the last draw given to owners.

3.2.    Where the Contract Sum is to be paid on the Owner’s behalf by a finance company, Building Society, Bank or other institution, the Owner shall be responsible for signing all necessary documentation to enable the Contractor to receive payment as per the schedule as set out in 3.1.


4.    Possession of the Property shall be given to the Contractor on ______February 1, 2011______ who shall complete the Works within _____12_____weeks, calculated from the date of possession. In the event of the holiday period of the Building Industry falling within the completion period, then the completion date shall be extended by ____5___ days.

4.1.    The Contractor may not commence the Works until –

4.1.1.    the necessary approval, consent or other authority required under any law (including any statute, ordinance, by-law and / or regulation) has been obtained by the Contractor and / or

4.1.2.    the mortgage bond where applicable has been registered and other forms of finance have been approved and / or

4.1.3.    required facilities such as electricity, water and toilet facilities are available on the Property, free of charge.

4.2.    For purposes of this Contractor Agreement, except where expressly stated otherwise, the date of completion shall be the date on which the Works is completed and when the Property has been cleared of all rubble and building debris as generated during construction.

4.3.    If completion of the Works is delayed as a result of major or unforeseen circumstances, including but not limited to any strike, lock out, shortages of materials, riot, political or civil disturbance, exceptionally inclement weather or any variation, act or omission on the part of the Owner or any other cause beyond the Contractor’s control, then:

4.3.1.    the Owner shall not for such reason have any claim against the Contractor whether for damages or otherwise;

4.3.2.    the Contractor shall be entitled to a fair and reasonable extension of time for the completion of the Works.

4.4.   Should the Contractor not be able to commence or proceed with the execution of the Works due to any act or omission on the part of the Owner then, in such event:

4.5.    If the Contractor fails to complete the Works within the period stipulated in the preceding sub-clause or any extended period authorized in writing by the Owner, then the Contractor shall pay the Owner as liquidated and ascertained damages, the penalty amount of $___100____ per day for the period during which the said Works shall so remain incomplete and the Owner may deduct such damages from any monies due to the Contractor.


5.    Subject to the provisions of the following paragraph, the Contractor undertakes that: any patent defect or other faults which may appear within 24 months of completion of the Works due to materials or workmanship not in accordance with this Contract, shall within a reasonable time after receipt of the Owner’s written instruction be made good by the Contractor and unless otherwise mutually agreed upon, at his own cost; provided that the Contractor shall not be required to make good at his own cost any damage after completion, unless it is agreed that such damage is due to injury which took place before completion.

5.1.    The Contractor shall only be responsible in terms of the preceding paragraph for damages sustained by the Owner under conditions of normal use and service and shall under no circumstances be responsible for damage or loss caused by wear and tear, misuse, neglect, negligence, abuse or accident or in respect of or arising from any risk insured against in terms of home owner’s insurance policies normally issued by a reputable insurance company in respect of residential properties and the Contractor shall under no circumstances be liable for any consequential loss or damage.

5.2.    The Contractor shall, however, not be liable under any circumstances whatever for any faults or defects caused by sub-surface water, settlement occurring in the ground below, normal shrinking or geological disturbances.


6.    Any unfixed materials required for the Works and delivered to the Property under this Contractor Agreement shall remain the property of the Contractor until they have been paid for by the Owner in terms of clause 3 and any unfixed surplus materials remain the property of the Contractor.


7.    The Contractor shall insure against Public Liability on or about the Works from the date of commencement mentioned in Clause 4 until the Works have been completed. The Contractor expressly guarantees that Workman’s Compensation is paid up and complied with. The Contractor shall insure against all risks to 100% of the insurable value of the Works.


8.    The Owner shall not have the right, either personally or through his agent, to issue instructions to, or interfere, hinder or obstruct any of the Contractor’s workmen, any sub-contractors employed on the Works or other persons employed by or acting on behalf of the Contractor.

8.1.    Should the Contractor incur any expense or loss beyond that provided for in, or reasonably contemplated by this Contractor Agreement due to the actions on the part of the Owner as described in Clause 4.4 or Clause 8, then the value of such expense or loss shall be assessed between the Owner and the Contractor and such agreed value shall be paid to the Contractor on completion of the Works.


9.    If the Owner does not pay the Contractor as provided for in Clause 3 or is in default in any other manner, the Contractor shall be entitled to forthwith cease work under this agreement until the Owner has made payment or until such default has been rectified.

9.1.    The time during which such Works shall cease shall operate as an extension of the time for completion of the Works.

9.2.    Should the default referred to in Clause 9 continue for a period exceeding 14 days, the Contractor shall be entitled to give the Owner 7 days written notice, by registered mail, of his intentions to terminate the Contractor Agreement.

9.3.    In addition to suspending work in terms of this Clause, the Contractor may, after giving 7 days written notice, determine the Agreement, if the Owner’s estate’s provisionally sequestrated or provisionally wound up as insolvent, or should the Owner commit a breach of any of the terms of this Contractor Agreement, all of which terms shall be material, without prejudice to any other rights which the Contractor may have in terms of this Agreement or in law.

9.4.    Should this Contractor Agreement be determined by the default of the Owner, then the Contractor shall be paid liquidated and ascertained pre-estimate of damages in the sum of 20% of the Contract Sum provided that the above provisions shall in no way preclude any other right or remedy that the Contractor may have in law.

9.5.    A Certificate signed by the Contractor’s Auditor specifying the amount due by the Owner to the Contractor shall be sufficient proof of any amount due to the Contractor in terms of this Agreement and may be used by the Contractor for the purposes of obtaining judgment whether by default or otherwise, summary judgment or provisional sentence against the Owner in any Court of Law having jurisdiction in respect thereof.


10.    If the Contractor shall make default in any of the following respects

10.1.    without reasonable cause wholly suspend the Works before completion, or

10.2.    refuses to proceed with the Works with reasonable diligence, or

10.3.    refuses after notice in writing from the Owner, to remove defective work or improper materials, then, if such default shall continue for 14 days after a registered letter from the Owner specifying the same, the Owner may, without prejudice to any other rights he may have in terms of this Contractor Agreement or in law, by registered post, determine the employment of the Contractor under this Agreement, provided no dispute has been declared in terms of Clause 14. In such event the Contractor shall be liable for all damages incurred by the Owner by reason of such default.

10.4.    If the Contractor’s estate is sequestrated as insolvent or if, being a company, it is placed under voluntary or compulsory liquidation, the Owner may, without prejudice to any other rights contained herein, by written and registered notice determine the employment of the Contractor under this Agreement.


11.    In the event of any of the materials set out in the Specification hereto being in short supply or unavailable for an unreasonable amount of time, then the Owner shall select substitute material of a similar quality from amongst like material readily procurable by the Contractor. Any difference in price shall be for the account of the Owner.


12.    All variations, authorized or required by the Owner, shall be carried out and the Contract Sum adjusted, the valuation being assessed on the basis of the valuation of similar work included in this Contractor Agreement. Any variation to the Contracted Sum must be in writing and signed by both parties.


13.    The parties hereby expressly consent to the jurisdiction of the Local Court even though such claim may otherwise exceed that Court’s jurisdiction to adjudicate on any dispute arising out of this Contractor Agreement which is not otherwise subject to arbitration in terms hereof. This is subject to the provision that if a party elects to institute action in a higher Court, he / she shall be entitled to do so.


14.    Any dispute or difference between the Contractor and the Owner arising out of and during the currency of the Agreement or upon termination or cancellation thereof, shall be referred to arbitration. The arbitrator shall be appointed at the request of either party by the relevant Association having jurisdiction in the area.


15.    The Contractor is not an employee of the Owner but is working in his/her capacity as an independent contractor. The Contractor shall hold Owner harmless and thereby indemnify Owner for any claims including but not limited to liability insurance, worker’s compensation and withholding of tax for Contractor’s employees.


16.     The Contractor will provide receipt of payments, lien releases and final lien releases from all subcontractors and suppliers immediately when they become due.


17.    Either party shall have the right to cancel this Contractor Agreement within 3 (three) days of signing it without incurring any penalties whatsoever. Cancellation must be in writing and delivered to the stated address of the other party.


18.1.    This agreement and any exhibit attached constitute the sole and entire contractor agreement between the parties with regard to the subject matter hereof and the parties waive the right to rely on any alleged express provision not contained herein.

18.2.    No agreement varying, adding to, deleting from or canceling this agreement and no waiver of any right under this agreement shall be effective unless it is:

18.2.1.    In writing;

18.2.2.    Agreed to by both parties;

18.2.3.    Signed by both parties.

18.3.    No relaxation by a party of any of its rights in terms of this agreement at any time shall prejudice or be a waiver of its rights (unless it is a written waiver) and it shall be entitled to exercise its rights hereafter as if such relaxation had not taken place.

18.4.    No party may cede any of its rights or delegate or assign any of its obligations in terms of this contractor agreement without the prior written consent of the other parties.





Signed at ______________________on this ______day of _________________20____


SIGNATURE _____________________________(Owner)

Owner’s Full Names:

Michael and Ella Dunn


WITNESS 1:    _____________________________

SIGNATURE  ________________________________(Contractor)

Contractor’s Legal Name:



WITNESS 1:    _____________________________



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Why Buy A New Home – Rather Than A Used One? Utah Homebuilders

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Why Buy A New Home – Rather Than A Used One? Utah Home builders

This question is often asked of us.  Our answer is very simple.  The cost structure of a new home is now very similar to a used one.  You can purchase a new home, never been lived in, for a very close price cost as a used one.

With this being said, a used home does not come with a 1 year warranty, unless you buy one.  All of the appliances, mechanical and electrical are used.  After about 7 years homes begin require more maintenance; e.g. new water heaters, furnace parts and such.   When you buy a new home, there are no such worries, all of the items are new and good to go.

Another plus in buying a new home is you have choice.  You can choose the color of paint, or the choice of carpet.  You may even be able to choose the exterior colors if you get involved sooner in the process.

Priority Homes gives you new, choice and a great price.  Call today to meet with us and review our locations and houseplans.  You will be glad you did.

Call (435) 623-2382.

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Stone Hollow Subdivision in Santaquin – Learn more

Learn more about the Stone Hollow Subdivision in Summit Ridge, Santaquin – Utah.  There are lots availalbe right now to build on and to start today.  Review the attached map of Stone Hollow below:

Stone Hollow Subdivision in Santaquin

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Utah Home Builder In Santaquin

Utah Home Builder In Santaquin

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Utah Home Builder In Santaquin

Find a Utah Home Builder to build in Santaquin Utah.  We have several lots to choose from.  Click here to view our homes…

Currently we have lots that are approved and ready to build on.  Now is the time to take advantage of the low interest rates that are availalbe and the lower construction costs.  We are able to build a nice square footage home in Santaquin for round $175,000.00.

Call today for more information about a Santaquin Utah Home Builder.




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