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Old 12-31-2009, 10:54 PM   #1
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Any multi family developers or muti family owners out there?
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Old 01-01-2010, 12:09 AM   #2
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i have part of my house converted as an apartment if that counts...

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Any multi family developers or muti family owners out there?
I've built a few large subdivisions on LI. The last one was in Rhode Island before the market went south. We did all the site development & foundations & pretty much subed out everything else. We maintained supervision on all subs & had our own finish crew & an on site customer service rep who would schedule subs for punch list work & take care of all warranty issues.
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All I did for A few large Home builders was build multi family in the bay area until as Renegade said the Market took a [email protected]#%
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I've built a few large subdivisions on LI. The last one was in Rhode Island before the market went south. We did all the site development & foundations & pretty much subed out everything else. We maintained supervision on all subs & had our own finish crew & an on site customer service rep who would schedule subs for punch list work & take care of all warranty issues.
Would you be comfortable discussing financing (if you were involved with that stage) via PM's or telephone?

I'm looking at alternative ways of financing the projects. Currently HUD seems to be the best way. However, I'm open to suggestions.

Anybody may chime in here if you'd like.

Joe B.

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