Oy....I`ve gotta agree with Webline. The top tabs really don`t fit in at all with the site itself. The way the text is set up, it looks amateurish. An example of a minor thing that creates a growing impression of being unprofessional is the way the "Home" button never dims when you hover the mouse over a different tab on the home page.
Tabs themselves rarely are on top of a banner. They`re usually below the banner. The principle being that in that banner you`re using images and tag lines to rapidly sell or promote your business. People look at the banner for company "image," and having the tabs at the top buries them.
The white space to the left of the content and image on the home page looks like a mistake. On "Packages," I see there`s some navigation in that white space. So how come it isn`t there on the Home page?
As to the content, that`s not a Web designer`s problem. That`s a copywriter`s issue. The content at the moment on the Home page isn`t compelling, nor are the graphics. I clicked your "specials" and saw 1 house. And it looked like a billion pictures of a house.
The problem of design is upsetting, I`m sure, but it`s really not the main problem. Instead, I would argue that the lack of interesting content and images is a much bigger problem. You`re trying to sell.....what? Houses? Or are you a builder, selling your services?
That`s the main issue: What *exactly* are you trying to sell?
The second issue is that after I know what you`re selling, there`s no easy way for me to figure out how to *buy* whatever it is you`re selling. See?