Sunday, August 8, 2010

Build Your Home In Mexico

          Building a home is almost like starting a new business. With very little experience, you’ll sink in a lot of money to get educated on the ins and outs of getting it done. Given enough capital, you’ll eventually succeed, and the business will flourish. However, are you willing to pay that heavy aprice? Are you willing to get that frustrated?
              It is the same with building your home in Mexico, either a primary residence, vacation home, or condo remodel. Eventually you get educated, and could possibly do it again. But, by the time you learn, your home will be built. Wouldn’t it be easier to use people who have been before you? I have been building homes, remodeling condominiums, designing and building out subdivisions from the beaches at Petalan to the beaches up at Saladita for more than 10 years now.
           Having owned a construction company for 20 years in the competitive market of Southern California, I semi-retired to Ixtapa / Zihuatanejo. After living here a short time, it soon became apparent there was a real need in the construction industry: People who are willing to invest thousands of dollars in construction have very little experience in building, especially in Mexico. This leaves them open to being outright taken advantage of, or paying too high a price to get the work done. Plus, since there is no inspection of the work, there was nobody representing the owner to ensure the quality of the materials and workmanship, or that the work was being built to code.
        This book tells you how to get it done right, from day one. You will gain knowledge from years of experience from people who have gone before you. Mistakes were made and corrected; pitfalls were encountered and can now be avoided; better ideas and methods were tested and incorporated.       
       By reading this book, you’ll learn all of this and get your home built at a reasonable cost! As the author of the book “Build Your Home In Mexico”, you will find this is an invaluable tool in understanding building in Mexico, from A to Z.
Ed Kunze
Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Mx
From north of the border: 011-52-755-553-8055
Local: 553-8055