Here’s a sensible builder. Builds only what he knows the market will buy…and the market stands in line to buy it before he’s finished. Even in today’s economy! Before coming to Seattle Funding Group, this builder was doing 1-2 homes a year with his own capital, no banks, no leverage. According to him, the banks would only slow him down and delay payments to his subcontractors. But, with his own money, the subs are happy and the work gets done ahead of schedule. Coincidentally, SFG has the same philosophy of keeping subcontractors happy by dispersing payments as quickly as the work is complete. Now the idea of modest leverage makes a lot of sense for a builder who can double his production without compromising relationships. As you can see from the photo gallery, this home was built from start to finish with barely a change of seasons.