Top Due Diligence Oversights in Real Estate Transactions

Overlooking issues during the due diligence process can cost you time, negotiation leverage and it opens the door to expensive surprises after closing. The numerous areas of inquiry - combined with limited timeframes and pressure to cut corners - means that mistakes are easy to make. Is your due diligence comprehensive? This guide will explore the top due diligence oversights so you can effectively avoid them in your practice. Prevent bad deals and ensure a smooth transaction - order today!
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3 Steps to Construction Collaboration & Productivity

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Watch this webinar to hear from a couple of tech construction maestros about: - Why construction is primed for productivity gains - Gaining real-time insights and a clearer picture of what's happening on-site - Saving time on the to and fro of paperwork, entering data and re-work - 3 steps you can take to digitise your construction projects for the better.
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Allocating Overhead to Construction Projects

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Gain an understanding of overhead allocation and its role in assuring projects are profitable. This topic will include a clear definition of what costs are actually overhead to be applied to jobs. The information will define the specific costs that are direct vs. those that are indirect as part of the overhead total costs to be allocated. Then we will look into the various methods to allocate overhead with a few key case studies on how the method you choose will impact each jobs profitability, and the practical applications you can use in your daily roles and apply to your business.
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Marketing Real Estate Drone Inspections with Lamar Ellis

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In this webinar, attendees will learn: - Creating a business plan. Know your product, your price and your target customers before you start marketing. - Set a marketing budget and scope - Creating a distinct brand
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Float Ownership Issues in Construction Project Management

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Time is one of the critical components to completing a successful construction project. Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling has long been a key process in managing time on a project. A byproduct of the CPM scheduling process is float, an often debated topic, particularly who has the right to use or control the float - who owns the float. The focus of this material will be on float ownership. A brief overview of CPM scheduling will be provided, including a more detailed explanation of what float is and how it is calculated. Various possibilities for the ownership of float will be presented and discussed. Actual contract provisions relating to float ownership will be presented and reviewed. The opinions of the courts from several cases involving the question of float will be provided and discussed. In conclusion, you will have a better understanding of what float is and its place in CPM scheduling.
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