Remodel your home and save money, time, and aggravation. With today’s flat real estate market, more and more Americans are looking for ways to improve their current homes. Whether it’s fixing up that old bathroom or kitchen, or adding a whole new wing, remodeling expert Coleman Volgenau, Jr. can help you to do it for less. He tells you how to cut down expenses by managing the job yourself—even if you have no experience and can’t hammer a nail in straight. This practical guide leads you step by step through the entire remodeling process, telling you:
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With the real estate market in a slump, Americans are spending billions of dollars on remodeling. This detailed guide provides excellent advice on saving money by being your own ``contractor'' on any remodeling project whether it's the kitchen, bathroom or any other area of a house or apartment. Discusses how to prepare a remodeling plan and budget; finance the work; research and hire the workers; monitor the project and what recourse to take in case something goes wrong. Includes tips and anecdotes to aid readers in saving time, money and aggravation during the remodeling process.About the Author:
COLEMAN VOLGENAU, JR. currently runs his own company, The Production Team Inc., and was a mortgage loan consultant with a southern California bank. Drawing from his expertise in both business management and real estate finance, he has developed a practical, money-saving method of managing the home remodeling process. He recently designed, planned, and completed a major remodeling project on his own home, adding $350,000 in value for a fraction of the cost.
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Descripción Wiley, 1992. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 1. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX047157497X
Descripción Wiley, 1992. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M047157497X