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Komal Kapoor wrote:
How will we manage 1800Sq ft plot we confused in our layout
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1. Finish the plan. The more time you spend working out and finalizing the plan with your architect and contractor, the more time you'll have to find cost savings and prevent expensive change orders down the road2. Find a contractor willing to value engineer your project. Value engineering is when the design team, you and the contractor discuss creative ways to achieve the design intent for less. Be honest about your budget from the beginning — if you find a builder you want to work with and he knows you are serious about working with him and not shopping around for a bunch of quotes, he will be more likely to put in the time to get creative with your budget.
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