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J Scott

05 October 2014

We've been real estate developers in California for over 30 years. Since meeting J Scott on Biggerpockets, reading his posts, watching his work (via video) , and exchanging emails, etc. I must say he's one of the most professional builders I have ever seen. His knowledge of the business,generosity, creative marketing, and professionalism is something all of us, can learn from.

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Member Blog So You Want To Be A Developer? Part 2

Developing real estate is not for the faint of heart. By the time you see a building going up, much of the work has already been done. Each project is unique and presents different issues. This is ...

Member Blog Part 3 of 4 - So You Want To Be A Developer?

In the first two parts of this blog "So you want to be a developer" I took you through finding the land, determining if the parcel will work for your purposes, and gave you the formula we use...

Member Blog Part 4 - So You Want To Be A Developer?

In the first 3 installments of this series of blogs, I have tried to take you along with me on what it is we, as developers/contractors/real estate agents, think about when we are doing a project. ...