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I need it yesterday! Why does it take so long? (Part 2)

On July 2, 2014 I posted a blog article with the same title.  This is an update to that article.  Now that the construction boom is the new normal, we have noticed several other factors that are slowing down the … Continue reading

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“Statute of limitations” on unpermitted construction and other bad advice

We keep hearing from our clients of the bad advice that they were told when buying property.  The top piece of bad advice, by far, is that if unpermitted construction occurred a long time ago, it no longer needs to … Continue reading

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Telling the Truth: It’s Just Good Business

By Lorianna Kastrop, Vice President, The Kastrop Group, Inc. Architects The Better Business Bureau is an organization that I admire and rely upon for referrals. Accreditation by the BBB is the gold standard for trustworthy businesses. Our firm has been … Continue reading

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