Whether you’re looking to expand or starting from scratch, few businesses can afford to start a construction project on their own dime. That’s where commercial construction loans enter the picture. This post explains how these […]Read More about How Do Commercial Construction Loans Work?
Doege Development is privileged to be one of this year’s drop off locations for 2018 ABA Toy Drive going on now until December 17th. This year’s ABA Toy Drive will help over 1,200 Children from […]Read More about Doege Development Toy Drive
Doege Develoment was proud to be one of the featured exhibitors at this years General Contractors Expo in Scottsdale Arizona. The event was a great success and we were honored to be among so many […]Read More about 2018 GC EXPO
Building Permits FAQ Permitting is a fact of life in construction, but it’s also the area where people seem to have the most questions. Which types of projects require a permit? Where do you go? […]Read More about Building Permits: Everything You Need To Know
An increasing number of investors are looking to buy distressed buildings because of the low price. While such a purchase can be a shrewd investment, you need to deal with a contractor that specializes in […]Read More about Should I Purchase a Distressed Building?
The investor needs to find suitable land to build on and should hire a construction company to help evaluate the suitability of the location, soil capabilities, and overall condition. A contractor can then help the […]Read More about What Is the Pre-Building Process?
While it is not strictly necessary, it is deemed a good idea by experts in the industry. It can check for flaws in the bidding process, and when properly conducted, hiring a contractor at this […]Read More about Should I Hire a Contractor Before Designing the Building?
This is the most frequently asked question in the commercial construction industry, but unfortunately, it is arguably the most difficult to answer. There are a vast number of factors that go into determining the cost […]Read More about How Much Will My Commercial Construction Project Cost?