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Rehabbing & House Flipping

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Alazar Wubet
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cost-effective basement solutions

Alazar Wubet
Posted May 23 2023, 08:12
I made the rookie mistake of having a fellow rookie contractor who walked out on me. on our pre-purchase inspection he told me the basement height is above 7ft and can pass inspection but after purchasing the property i discovered it's below 6'8 and can't pass the D.C. inspection. I talked to several contractors and the options i found are; do a dig-out, lift the whole house, or ignore the basement and sell it as storage. Is there anything you guys can recommend please?

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