Category: Developers

What Are the Most Profitable Real Estate Investments in Miami, FL?
The choices for investment projects within the residential sector are diverse and abundant. However, the best option depends on your goals as a developer or investor.
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Open-Concept Floor Plans: The Key to Modern Living Spaces
Explore why open-concept floor plans are essential in modern homes, from fostering social interactions to maximizing light to enhancing property value.
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Architecture Plans, Sections, Elevations, and Callouts: How BIM can help
Learn to identify and understand plans, sections, elevations, and callouts so you know how to read them and how they differ. And lastly, understand why they are all necessary parts of a successful real estate project.
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Architecture and Technology, an unstoppable dúo
MIK Architecture uses innovative tools like BIM, drones, VR, AI, and 360-degree capture to enhance design and construction processes, leading to better decision-making and communication with clients.
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Understanding Permit Set vs. Construction Set vs. Shop Drawings
This article will cover permitting, construction, and shop drawing sets to help you understand your project's requirements and why you’re paying different rates for each.
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Real Estate Development in 5 Steps
From land acquisition to marketing, we'll guide you through the process to help you achieve your real estate development goals.
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What Do Tenants Look For in a Rental Property: 6 Features to Include in Your Rental
Taking the time to do a full update will ensure that your property is comfortable, safe, and exciting for tenants and will ensure you can charge more.
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Demolition or Renovation: Getting the Most Our of Your Property Investment
Explore how to choose between renovation and demolition for your new property investment.
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8 Expensive Mistakes South Florida Residential Developers Make
Avoid these mistakes to increase your potential and find success as a residential developer in Florida.
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The FEMA Rule for Flood-Prone Areas
If you are remodeling your home and live in a flood-prone area, be aware of the FEMA 50% rule for substantial improvements.
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