Building a house does not happen overnight. It is a gradual process that takes several months. But when done properly, this process almost always leads to good things. (Almost always because not all home builders are created equally.) If you are considering building a house, then there are a few things that you should know beforehand — among them when exactly you become ready to build a house.
While the answer to that question will always vary from person to person, the general rule of thumb is as follows: If you want to build a house AND can afford it, then by all means to so. Of course, many other factors come into play, but the budget and the want are usually the most important factors playing in a person’s decision.
It does not matter whether you are 20 or 40 or even whether you have kids or not — anyone, with the proper tools and mindset, can build a house. Certainly, it takes a level of maturity that some people achieve earlier (or later) than others, but at the end of the day you can never really go wrong by building a house.
If the thought of building one has always intrigued you and you wish to settle somewhere nice and cozy, then what is stopping you? Just be aware that building a house can take a long time, so don’t be surprised when that is the case with yours! (And don’t be surprised when you find yourself unable to sleep at night because of the stress or anticipation either…)