ATLANTA, Jan. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Veteran Atlanta homebuilder Howard A. Zuckerman has written a new, definitive guide to home construction. "It's the book I wish I would have had earlier in my career," says Zuckerman, builder of popular active adult communities, executive homes and vacation residences.
Published by The Institute of Real Estate Development & Investment Press, The Complete Home Building Guidebook takes the reader through each stage of the home building process—from the great idea to the final warranty checklist signoff. It is currently available in hardcopy and as an eBook.
The easy-to-use publication is filled with checklists, sample documents, photos and tips on topics including: locating the right piece of property; assembling the building team; designing a marketable plan; estimating, bidding, and scheduling; documentation, the construction process; structuring debt and equity, and more. The Complete Home Building Guidebook is for builders, as well as real estate agents, lenders, "house flippers," architects and others who need a thorough understanding of the process.
"The book goes right in the truck with other essential building tools," explains Zuckerman, the author of six prior building and real estate books. His depth of knowledge and experience provide a unique, been-there-done-that perspective.
"It's impossible to succeed in this business without making mistakes," adds Zuckerman. "But unfortunately, one overlooked inspection or other preventable error can cost a builder dearly in time and money. I want to help others avoid those oversights and omissions."
Zuckerman has been involved in the development or construction of over 1,000 single-family homes, multi-family apartments, condos and townhomes across the Atlanta metro and southeastern U.S. He holds a master's degree in real estate from the University of Wisconsin, and has taught land development at Georgia State University.
To order The Complete Home Building Guidebook, or to request a free sample chapter, visit: www.learnhomebuilding.com. Contact with the author can be made by: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (678) 517-3033.
SOURCE Howard Zuckerman