The difference between FINE Homebuilding and just Homebuilding is Getting What You Want at a Price You Can Afford. Learn How AVERAGE People All Over The Country Are thinking Out-Of-The-Box and discovering That They CAN Actually Build Their Dream HouseTHEMSELVES! They are stepping out and taking charge of their future in a way they NEVER knew they could . . . By becoming their OWN BUILDER! Learn how any average person with LITTLE or NO building experience can successfully BUILD THEIR OWN HOME BY SUBCONTRACTING! Let me show you how YOU can follow a straight-forward, step-by-step process subcontracting the building of your home as an Owner-Builder and potentially SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS by being your OWN BUILDER and coordinating the building process YOURSELF! Thousands of people have done it, and SO CAN YOU! And rather that paying a service a lot of money to show you how to do it, I'll give you the steps that explain the process of building a home from beginning to end. This is a 114-page book that is a step-by-step guide explaining how the average person can BUILD THEIR OWN HOME. NO LICENSE NECESSARY! It includes detailed checklists and steps that will guide you . This is a guide MEANT for the average person, WRITTEN by an average person. BEST OF ALL . . . I want to make it clear that you can actually PAY YOURSELF what you would otherwise pay a building contractor to do for the same thing! Even if you've ever just been curious to kw IF you could possibly BUILD YOUR OWN HOUSE . . . and you'd like to just look into doing it someday, this is a great resource to get started!
William Fricke is just an : average guy who learned how to subcontract his own home from his in-laws, who built every house they ever lived in themselves. He and his wife, Julia, and three kids, Jess, Matt and Jonathan became sometimes unwilling roofers, painters and whatever it took to get the job done. Many years in the retail industry put food on the table, but the passion to do as much as possible and know every board and nail that went into their home, and the desire to save as much money as possible in getting the best home possible, provided the much-needed drive to learn how to and then teach others how build a home.