Category: Homeowners

Renovation or Demolition: How to Get the Most Out of Your New Property Investment
Explore how to choose between renovation and demolition for your new property investment.
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Understanding The Expensive FEMA 50% Rule
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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Understand Hard Cost vs Soft Cost for a Successful Project
Hard Costs are all those expenses directly related to constructing a project such as the brick and mortar. In contrast, Soft Costs are expenses indirectly related to the project's construction, such as Architectural fees and permit fees.
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Increasing your Home's Value with 11 Renovations
Whether you are looking to sell or refinance your home, increasing your home's value should be your first step. In the following article, you can find some renovation projects you can do yourself or with a professional that will increase your home's marketability, value, or both! The trick is knowing and implementing the right balance […]
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What is BIM? 4 Reasons why it's important for your Project
BIM is an intelligent 3D modeling process that allows architects and engineers to virtually build your project before any work begins.
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Design-Build vs Design-Bid-Build - What is better for Residential Projects
Understand the deference between Design-Build vs Design-Bid-Build project delivery method, and which one is best for your residential development project.
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