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November Construction Insider: Housing start rise, hardwood sector’s push for trade war relief, more

November Construction Insider: Housing start rise, hardwood sector’s push for trade war relief, more

December 3, 2019

This month on Construction Insider: Housing starts increase, new construction jobs despite low spending, hardwood sector trade war relief, and more

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Accounts Receivable Line of Credit: Is It the Best Financing Option for You?

Accounts Receivable Line of Credit: Is It the Best Financing Option for You?

December 2, 2019

With your accounts receivables acting as collateral, a lender can give you access to a pool of money from which you can withdraw at any time. Find out if an accounts receivable line of credit is the best financing option for your construction business.

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How to Serve New Hampshire Pre-Lien Notices

How to Serve New Hampshire Pre-Lien Notices

November 28, 2019

New Hampshire laws require construction participants to serve preliminary notices before a mechanics lien can be filed. This guide details the steps in serving these important documents.

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Massachusetts Preliminary Notice: How the Notice of Identification Works

Massachusetts Preliminary Notice: How the Notice of Identification Works

November 26, 2019

A Notice of Identification is a preliminary notice in Massachusetts that informs general contractors about your participation in a project. Learn how to file it here to preserve your lien rights.

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Massachusetts Mechanics Lien: Proper Filing Leads to a Successful Claim

Massachusetts Mechanics Lien: Proper Filing Leads to a Successful Claim

November 25, 2019

Lien rules in Massachusetts are a little different from those of other states. This guide details the processes and requirements so you can successfully file a mechanics lien in the state.

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New Mexico Notice of Right to Claim a Lien: Protect Your Lien Rights

New Mexico Notice of Right to Claim a Lien: Protect Your Lien Rights

November 22, 2019

Almost all construction parties in New Mexico are required to serve a preliminary notice, also known as Notice of Right to Claim a Lien. This notice must be served within a prescribed period to ensure full coverage for your possible mechanics lien. Read this guide to know all the pertinent details that you must keep in mind when serving a preliminary notice in New Mexico.

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Missouri Pre-Lien Notices: When, Where, and How to File

Missouri Pre-Lien Notices: When, Where, and How to File

November 20, 2019

Missouri is one of the states where the notice requirements are a bit complicated. The notice requirements in Missouri change depending on your role in a project, and there are also specific service methods that construction parties must abide by. This guide explains the basic information that you must know if you want to serve valid pre-lien notices in Missouri.

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Equipment Leasing vs. Equipment Financing: Differences, Pros, and Cons

Equipment Leasing vs. Equipment Financing: Differences, Pros, and Cons

November 19, 2019

If you are in the middle of making a decision between equipment leasing and equipment financing to meet your equipment needs, read this guide to understand their differences and arrive at a decision that best suits your situation.

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Montana Preliminary Notice: Serving The Right to Claim a Lien

Montana Preliminary Notice: Serving The Right to Claim a Lien

November 18, 2019

A Notice of Right to Claim a Lien is a mandatory notice for select construction parties in Montana. This is a comprehensive notice that lets property owners know that you have started working on their project and that you have the right to file a mechanics lien against their property if you do not get paid for your work.

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