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PMI on construction loans?

Due to an involved situation with our financials....we are going for a 95% loan for which we have been approved for....conditional upon approval from the PMI company.I'm hearing now that it's…Continue

Started Mar 13, 2011

#1 versus #2 logs?
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anyone know if the diff between #1 and #2 logs is a significant issue?...we have the possibility of getting #2 D logs with round logs for our truss and interior vs. squared off ones?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Warren Jan 17, 2011.

Log Home financing
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Hi Guys,           Yet another situation......we 're running into banks that want a recently (6 mos) comp for a log home within a mile or two of our proposed home...yet none exist to my knowledge at…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Ramey Dec 1, 2010.

Modular log cabins
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I'm only looking to gather all pertinent info on the log cabin concept so I thought I'd post an inquiry as to whether anyone has any opinion/experience on modular log…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Bullock Nov 23, 2010.

 

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Tell us about yourself:
Karen and i HAVE A BASIC FLOOR PLAN IN MIND AND ARE LOOKING FOR A LOCAL LOG COMPANY AND BUILDER
Are you lucky enough to be living in a log home?
no
What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
Within 12 months
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http://landofpawz.com

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Looking for a log home company/builder for south of Boston,Ma

We pretty much have the home designed that we'd like to have built which would be in place of a existing summer cottage.....due to building restrictions and granted variances ( another story in and of itself!) we can only go 18ft wide by 50ft long towards the water....all existing cabins/models don't fit our needs so I guess it will take a custom design

TIA Tom & Karen

Posted on November 4, 2010 at 10:33am — 2 Comments

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At 8:53am on November 5, 2010, Randy Esposito said…
Hi Tom,

We can do pine as well but in the grand total there is not much difference in price. Are you doing one story or two? Are you using the existing foundation? I build all types of homes, not just log. Even with ground up construction on a modular, it would be hard to do it for that price.

But I work very hard to get a house to come in on a clients budget. There are ways to get a log home at a lower cost (no post & beam roof, stick framed or trussed, etc).

If you can give me more details on what is involved and what does or does not need to be done (for instance, do you have a sewer or septic already, do you need a well) I can see what we can do for that budget.

Randy
At 4:50pm on November 4, 2010, Randy Esposito said…
Hi Tom,

Left a comment on your blog post as well. We are located just south of the Mass border and are licensed in Mass. We build throughout CT, MA and RI. Our log packages come from Maine and we offer custom design as well.

Feel free to contact me at (860) 821-0599 or at randy@jenranhomes.com
At 10:33am on November 4, 2010, Dolly - Es Log Home Restorations said…
Hi Tom & Karen, Welcome to the neighborhood. Dolly
 
 
 

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