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What Does ("PID") Mean in The Real Estate Industry?
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What Does ("PID") Mean in The Real Estate Industry?

A Public Improvement District (“PID”) is a financing tool created by the Public Improvement District Assessment Act as found in Chapter 372 of the Texas Local Government Code. The PID enables any city to levy and collect special assessments on property that is within the city or within the city’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (“ETJ”). A county...

Financing Lining Your Pipes
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Financing Lining Your Pipes

Pricing To find out what the price involved will be, get in touch with a few providers in your area. Most will give you a free estimate based on the materials and the labor involved to get the job done. They can also tell you know long it will take for them to finish the...

2018 Home Renovation Report: Homeowner Trends, Spending and Priority Projects
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2018 Home Renovation Report: Homeowner Trends, Spending and Priority Projects

CURRENT ECONOMIC OUTLOOK Overall, U.S. homeowners are optimistic about the next twelve months. 60% of homeowners take the state of the economy into consideration before making renovation plans, and 61% feel confident the economy is improving. Additionally, 55% of our respondents think home values will increase as well over the next year. While President Trump...

Important Mobile Home Renovation Advice
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Important Mobile Home Renovation Advice

There are many things that you are going to want to remember about mobile home renovation when you do it. First of all, before you start the renovation you want to be sure that you are going to be following all of the different rules that go along with completing your renovation because they are...

How to Avoid Home Improvement Fraud
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How to Avoid Home Improvement Fraud

When it comes to home construction, there are thousands of general contractors to choose from. The best way to narrow down the reputable contractors from the not-so-reputable ones is to do your research, ask the right questions, demand proof of credentials, and choose a contractor that works specifically in the field you need. For example,...