Contracting to Build Your Home: How to Avoid Turning the American Dream Into a Nightmare
Sunstone Press, 1992 - Consumer education - 128 pages
Guidelines tell how to avoid the pitfalls associated with buying or contracting to build a new home.
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Herschel G. Nance
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Page 18 - When you start your search for an architect, there are a number of factors that you should consider. 1 . Does he have an architectural degree and has he designed a number of houses in your area?
Page 8 - It is sold with the understanding that the publisher and author are not engaged in legal, accounting, or other professional services. If legal or other professional services are required, a qualified professional should be engaged.