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  • Assessing Difficult Sites

    A prominent Denver land planner discusses the importance of thoroughly, and quickly, evaluating a development site before making a purchase.

     
  • Erosion Control on Construction Sites

    Two conservation officers explain the basics of erosion control, and why it’s become an issue for builders.

     
  • Financing the Small Development

    Tips and procedures for making a successful proposal to your lender—from a seasoned real estate investor.

     
  • Land-Use Regs: Learning the Ropes

    An insider’s view of the regulatory maze and how to get through it without losing your shirt or your mind.

     
  • Understanding Impact Fees

    This primer, adapted from a new NAHB manual, sheds some light on what is fast becoming a major cost of doing business for builders across the U.S.

     
  • Using Landscaping to Market Homes

    One of New England’s top landscape-architecture firms and a satisfied client discuss how and why they use sophisticated landscaping to sell multi-family projects.

     
  • What Remodelers Should Know About Septic Systems

    Hard-won insights on avoiding septic troubles when you add on, excavate, or remodel. Also, a guide to septic troubleshooting.

     

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