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What My Builder Didn't Tell Me

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"A truly memorable time writing this book whilst in New York City attending industry meetings and symposiums." -- Howard Ryan

Corporate greed and the slashing of sub-contracting tradie's costs, has caused a major issue in residential construction with the finishing trades and the proposed warranty expectations, which is leading them all to tribunal and court claims more so
Paperback, 152 pages
Published March 20th 2020 by Tellwell Talent
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Apr 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Loved it, very informative in an easy to read format. Real life scenario’s make it very interesting . I want more
Deb Carr
Apr 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is a must-read book for anyone who is renovating, buying or purchasing a property. The book explains the pitfalls for both builders and clients if they don't understand the basics of contract law.

What My Builder Didn't Tell Me is written in easy to comprehend language by a builder who himself has experienced the pitfalls and financial setbacks of not understanding The 5 Elements of Contract Law. Fast forward 30 years on and he now educates other builders, building inspectors and their clien
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​Howard Ryan has over 50 years within the Residential Building and Inspection Industries, he is often called upon as an expert witness in property and building disputes.

Howard is the CEO of Housesafe Training; an educational entity for the building inspection industries.

Howard travels the world educating builders, building inspectors, and consumers in avoiding costly litigation because they do not

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