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We Build On Your Lot

The best part of being an on-your-lot builder is that we build your home on the location of your choice. The location is up to you – in a rural setting, family farm, on a lake, in a development – wherever you choose. Whether you currently own a site on which to build your new home, are narrowing down your options between multiple sites or are just getting started – we can help you through the custom home building process in New Jersey. We’ll even knock down your old home and build you a new one.

Do You Have Land in NJ?

Great! The first step is to evaluate your site. As a custom builder who has built more than 8,000 homes, we know each lot has unique characteristics. We build your home on your land – the way you want it. With hundreds of home plans to choose from and each one customizable to fit your needs, we will work with you to make sure your home fits perfectly.

Free Home Site Evaluation

We would be happy to come out and do a free home site evaluation. John Mazzuca, the owner of Gambrick Construction and the person who will be working with you throughout construction – will meet you at the site and answer questions like how your home will be positioned on the lot, what trees will need to be cleared, what utilities are available and any other questions you may have about your new custom built home.

Don’t Have Land Yet?

That’s no problem. About half of our home owners didn’t have land before they came to us. We have valuable relationships with the New Jersey real estate community in Ocean County, Monmouth County and the surrounding areas who will be happy to help you find the perfect lot for your home.


Most of our home owners choose a one-time closing since you only have one set of closing costs. This combines the cost of your land and the cost of your new custom home. Or, if you own your land, you can use the equity towards the down payment. Keep in mind, you do not have to pay off the lot first – the lot and home can be combined into one mortgage.

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