Depends on what exactly "Bad" is ? I would say your best bet would be start with the property owner. You could pull this information up ( owner name and address) on the county auditor page. If you live in Mahoning county go to mahoningcountyauditor.org and this will guide you. Pull up there information and simply send the owner a courtesy note. Sometimes owners live out of town and appreciate the info. Good Luck !... more
You will likely be finding them each separately. You will need them to work together after that though. After you have your plans drawn up, talk to the plumber that you chose. You can ask them at which stage of the process they would like to be brought in. That way you can make sure they don't get there after they needed to to start on certain work so it will all go more smoothly. http://www.heilplumbing.com/portfolio-item/fixtures/... more
My wife and I will be visiting Waikiki from May 18-24. We want to explore some investment opportunities while there as we are planning to visit the Island a couple of times a year for a few weeks at a time and rent it when we;re not there. We are looking for a RE Professional to work with. We're interested in condo's, Town homes, du, tri or 4 plexus or small cottages. Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or call me at 760 815-6977... more
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The only way you're going to get a home built in 5 months is to purchase from a larger production builder. This won't be a custom built home but these homes generally offer excellent value and you will be able to select finish materials, and some options. True custom building will cost more and take a few more months to build, though it gives you unlimited design options and in theory should be built better.
I would suggest that the best way for you to start would be to first find an experienced buyer broker (I've attached a link below to give you an idea of what you should be looking for) In this case you'll also want to confirm they have specific experience with new construction. They will be your advocate and can quickly tell you who's building where, price ranges, quality etc. There should not be a cost to you to have a buyer broker they will get paid by the seller/builder when you close on your home.
I hope this helps and wish you nothing but the best as you go out and find yourself a new home.... more