As others have said, it really depends on the area and the type of pool you're getting, not to mention any extras you're adding the swimming pool. Usually low to mid range five figures ($xx,xxx). Unless you get really extravagant with the pool you'll probably see prices between $18,000 to $50,000.... more
I don't deal in mobile homes, however I am certain that there is an area in Davie that should be able to accommodate your needs. It's located just south of I-595 and 136th Ave. Good Luck... more
There are also numerous social media sites such as Facebook that have numerous Real Estate and Real Estate investor groups where people post advertisements all the time for services like yours. May want to give that a try.... more
I have thought about getting my carpets cleaned for a while. They have some pet hair in them and it's starting to get unsightly. I don't think it has any smell though. My wife just wants a new carpet and I don't think that is necessary. http://www.homepriderugcleaning.com/carpet-cleaning.html... more
Not sure I understand your question. If a home owner is wanting to remodel a house, you'll need to call your local building department and find out what permits you need, based on what you're wanting to do. You can try to research it yourself on your city or county's website. Here in CO you need a permit if you're adding SF to the house, or adding rooms or bathrooms (such as finishing a basement). But if you're just remodeling what's there -- like updating an existing bathroom, I don't think you need a permit for that. But you should double check.... more
Contact the developer directly and request a copy of the association documents. These documents and the developer should guide you as to the requirements concerning pavers in driveways. If allowed, you will have to get approval from the developer and a permit from Cooper City should be pulled by the company doing the installation for you.... more
You put a nail into a stud(the 2x4 behind the drywall). There is likely not a stud above an electrical outlet. There is generally only hollow space behind the drywall, nothing to hold a nail in the wall......... more
There is no specific answer for your question. As in anything, there is cheap, average and high quality labor and materials (you buy a Chevrolet or a Cadillac; one is twice the price of the other).
The answers you've received below are right. But first, do your homework by sketching your idea(s) and shop your materials for quality (wood, drywall, windows, bathroom fixtures, tiles or carpet, light fixtures electrical, etc). Then, as per Paul Saperstein's and the Levis' answers, contact several contractors to get estimates based on your pre-developed ideas.
The Levis are correct by saying that the price of construction has considerably come down. That is due to the fact that contractors are nearly starving these days because of the present local and national economy. And, yes, make sure you select contractors that are licensed (check their licenses with the Florida Department and Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR) - (go to www.myflorida.com - click Licensee Search Building and Construction), make sure they are well insured, that they will pull all necessary City of Fort Lauderdale building permits and check for references (not the reference letters they put on their websites -- no-one ever puts nasty letters there -- but call the City of Ft Lauderdale Building Department and ask them about a specific contractor).... more
IF this loan is intended towards the repair of the property you are purchasing, then it is possible to apply for a Rehab Loan, how to compute the estimated money needed to rehab the property? hire a certified general contractor to get you an estimate. Another option would be a private/hard money lender, but interest rates are higher, and could be repaid in no less than a year.... more