BuildCorrect: A Property Owner's Guide to Managing Any Construction Project and Avoiding Contractor Scams

BuildCorrect: A Property Owner's Guide to Managing Any Construction Project and Avoiding Contractor Scams

by Ricky Trinidad

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BuildCorrect: A Property Owner's Guide to Managing Any Construction Project and Avoiding Contractor Scams by Ricky Trinidad

Do-it-yourself books are fine for changing a lock or replacing a window, but where do you find information about hiring and managing contractors, avoiding scams, and assuring that your project goes according to plan? Ricky Trinidad's BuildCorrect is specifically for homeowners and real estate investors working with contractors to improve properties. You'll have access to nine free online tools including budget applications, document templates, and step-by-step guides designed to ensure success in your project. You'll learn how to determine if your contractor is overcharging for labor and/or materials, the benefit of having a maximum price guarantee (GMP) contract, and how to complete a project on time and on budget. Benefit from Trinidad's extensive experience in real estate development and construction management. From first page to last, it reveals everything you need to know and is a must-read for all property owners. Build smart. Build right. BuildCorrect!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781439245798
Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
Publication date: 08/10/2009
Pages: 150
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

Ricky Trinidad earned a Masters in Urban Planning from the University of Illinois, Chicago. A real estate developer and general contractor for more than twelve years, he has developed and constructed numerous subdivision communities, single-family homes, commercial developments, gut-rehab and interior remodeling projects. He brings his expertise from working with large and small contractors, laborers, and craftsmen to every page of this book.

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