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You don’t need to depend on (or pay) a general contractor to manage your construction project. Whether you’re building a new home or renovating an existing one, you can manage the job yourself. Carl Heldmann outlines how to purchase your own land, set a reasonable budget and schedule, describe your needs and vision to an architect, and hire subcontractors to do the actual You don’t need to depend on (or pay) a general contractor to manage your construction project. Whether you’re building a new home or renovating an existing one, you can manage the job yourself. Carl Heldmann outlines how to purchase your own land, set a reasonable budget and schedule, describe your needs and vision to an architect, and hire subcontractors to do the actual building. Cut out the middleman and save as much as 25 percent on your beautiful new home!


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You don’t need to depend on (or pay) a general contractor to manage your construction project. Whether you’re building a new home or renovating an existing one, you can manage the job yourself. Carl Heldmann outlines how to purchase your own land, set a reasonable budget and schedule, describe your needs and vision to an architect, and hire subcontractors to do the actual You don’t need to depend on (or pay) a general contractor to manage your construction project. Whether you’re building a new home or renovating an existing one, you can manage the job yourself. Carl Heldmann outlines how to purchase your own land, set a reasonable budget and schedule, describe your needs and vision to an architect, and hire subcontractors to do the actual building. Cut out the middleman and save as much as 25 percent on your beautiful new home!

30 review for Be Your Own House Contractor: Save 25% without Lifting a Hammer

  1. 5 out of 5

    Zoie

    Good read for owner builders.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Haley Valiquette

    Extremely helpful

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    Julio Duran

    I really like this book and Im planning to use it while I am building a house.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Clear and concise, easy to read and understand for a total novice. Helps you understand the timeline of building a house, who to go to for what job, what to watch for, a bit about how to budget and manage bank loan timing, etc. Very basic but a great place to start.

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