Guide to New Custom Home Ownership: The Book Every Homeowner Should Read Before Building Their New Home

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AuthorHouse, Mar 30, 2005 - Reference - 136 pages

Guide to New Custom Home Ownership is a complete and insightful publication on residential construction. designed for the person wishing to own a new custom home. It walks the reader through the process of finding how to decide on custom plans, finding your builder as well as property. It helps the reader understand zoning boards and financing the project. This book helps prevent problems and issues with your builder as well as tradesmen and shows you how to keep your project site safe from injuries while also maintaining the quality and design choices you have in mind for your new dream home. This book is not only for people wishing to be a new homeowner. Real estate agents, material supply reps, sub-contractors and fellow builders will all walk away with a new understanding toward custom residential homes. This book makes for a great gift for anyone considering a new home anywhere and/or anytime in the future.

 

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Author of Guide To New Custom Home Ownership, Wesley C. Brooks is a fifth generation residential builder with 30 years experience in the business. A previously published writer in other areas, Brooks has now written a true must read for anyone wishing to build a new custom home. Wesley Brooks holds the honor of receiving a National Leadership Award in 2002 by the National Business Advisory Council as well as named Michigans Businessman of the Year two years in a row for 2003 and 2004 by a United States Congressional Committee in Washington D.C.. Brooks is an FAA licensed private pilot and travels to construction manufacturing facilities to learn about new building products and materials. Brooks has owned a construction company named New Style Construction located in North Oakland County of Michigan for the past 14 years. He builds new custom homes in and around the Northern part of Oakland County as well as Lapeer County, which is where, Brooks now currently resides.

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