Builders Risk Insurance

Builders Risk Insurance is mandatory for every construction project. Through US Assure, insurance is provided in all 48 states

Owner Builder Class

Learn how to stay organized, on budget, and on time with this comprehensive online course for owner builders. All graduates will be reimbursed the cost of this course when they get a construction loan from Owner Builder Loans LLC. Owner Builder Loans LLC is not affiliated with the Owner Builder Class.

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Helpful Articles

When Building a Home, Should You be the General Contractor?

Being responsible for the construction of your own home is complicated, challenging and disruptive, but it can be rewarding on many levels. For those who feel capable of tackling the job of General Contractor (GC), here are some things to consider. You! Before making the…

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6 Things You Should Know Before Buying Your Land

For most people, owning a parcel of land affords stability, permanence and a home. Whether you dream of living in the country away from traffic and congestion, a family-oriented place in the suburbs, or house right downtown, you will need some land. Buying land with…

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How Smart Does Your House Have to Be?

Technology advances are making our homes ‘tech savvy’ by allowing us to run our homes remotely from a Smartphone, PC or tablet. You can set up individual home automation components or you can tie all components together in a whole-house solution. But before you get…

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Green Homes and Sustainable Construction Practices

The buildings we live in protect us from nature’s extremes, but they also affect our health and the environment. Sustainable, or Green, Building is the use of healthier and more resource-efficient building construction, operation, and maintenance practices. Here are a few resources for the owner…

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Construction Tips

Here are some valuable tips gathered from successful owner builders: Collect all waiver of liens. After every payment (cash, check or credit card) to a contractor and supplier, have them immediately sign a waiver of lien. At the end of construction, the title company which orchestrates…

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