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by jakob clark last modified Jan 31, 2013 09:32 PM
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Re: Wanting to Move to Austin

Posted by Mark Meyer at December 16. 2005

Yes, building code is based on the jurisdiction of the are in which you are building. MOST cities have adopted the 2003 IRC, with some ammendments. Home builders are supposed to be registered with the State, although I know quite a few that aren't. This registration is based on the required insurance against defects (mostly brought on by mold litigation) It IS possible to act as your own GC however without registering.

Mark

Re: Wanting to Move to Austin

Posted by Kate peters at May 09. 2011

Most of people who moves in austin choose to rent an apartment than buying a house because once you own a house it will be difficult for you to find a new job and to move because you'll have a hard time to sell your home.

 

 

 

 

 

Re: Wanting to Move to Austin

Posted by Johny Bravo at March 31. 2012

Austin is really a great place to live in and to start your career. Congrats for moving. Other than that just make sure that you are hiring a right moving company to move your stuff safely.

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