Avoiding Poor-Performing Homes and Profit-Killing Call Backs

Filed in Home Building, International Builders' Show by on January 15, 2019 1 Comment
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The success of a builder is not simply determined by how many homes are built or even how much money is initially made: It’s the amount of profit that the builder retains over the long term.

Building expenses don’t always finish accruing once you turn over the keys to the buyer. The secret to maximizing your bottom line depends on how well you control your call-back costs.

The NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) Master Session “Avoiding Poor Performing Homes & Profit-Killing Call-Backs” will explore the biggest mistakes that designers, builders and the trades make that often lead to costly and time-consuming follow-up work.

Read more about this session and keep up-to-date on IBS programming and special events on the IBS blog.

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  1. Ive often wondered why builders are putting low grade plastic wrap on exterior walls and roofs of expensive homes.

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