Alabama General Contractors Board



WELCOME
TO THE LICENSING BOARD FOR
GENERAL CONTRACTORS




The State Licensing Board for
General Contractors was created
through legislation enacted in
1935. The Board licenses and
regulates commercial/industrial
contractors in the major and specialty
classifications that constitute
the industry. Currently, there
are more than 8,000
contractors licensed to work in
the state.



We maintain
a staff of license specialists
who are trained to answer
inquiries concerning the
licensing process and the
current status of licensed
general contractors.

 



NOTICES OF BOARD ACTIONS:

THE MARCH 31, 2020 LICENSE
RENEWAL DEADLINE IS
AUTOMATICALLY EXTENDED




THE
APRIL 30, 2020 LICENSE
RENEWAL DEADLINE IS
AUTOMATICALLY EXTENDED

&

PURSUANT TO EMERGENCY RULE
230-X-1-.34.01ER TEMPORARY

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How To Buy a Building: Commercial Property Purchasing Process

The commercial property asset class can be a highly profitable and productive portion of your investment portfolio. Depending on the market cycle, buying at the right time and purchase price can help real estate investors build long-term wealth. Commercial buildings fall into many categories, each with their own nuances.

There are substantial differences between buying a building in the commercial space and single-family homes. Here’s an overview of what buying a commercial building looks like, the steps involved in the various types of assets under the commercial umbrella, and whether real estate investors should try to get in on the action.

How to buy a building: commercial vs. residential

Buying a building in the single-family market is significantly different from buying one in the commercial space. Here are some quick facts to consider when thinking about buying your first commercial building.

Lending

One difference between buying a commercial building and

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Residential General Contractors – What They Do and When to Hire

When to Hire a General Contractor

A residential general contractor is a home remodeling professional who organizes and executes larger remodeling projects. Often these professionals are confused with home improvement pros. But as they will be quick to tell you, a home remodeling professional deals with longer projects that incorporate specific design and architectural ideas to provide a homeowner with a better living experience, either by adding space or making better use of an established space.

A home improvement contractor is usually tasked with smaller, though no less important items, such as installing new windows, flooring, cabinets, siding, landscaping, etc. A good way to think of a residential general contractor is that he is in charge of home improvement contractors, or what are referred to in the field as “subcontractors”.

When to Hire Residential Contractors

Many people do not realize that the average kitchen remodel takes 5-6 weeks to complete. Not to mention that to complete

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Saco, ME Condos & Townhomes For Sale

Saco, ME Condos & Townhomes For Sale
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San Antonio, TX Land for Sale — Acerage, Cheap Land & Lots for Sale

There are currently 402 land homes for sale in San Antonio at a median listing price of $260K. Some of these homes are “Hot Homes,” meaning they’re likely to sell quickly. Popular neighborhoods include Hollywood Park, East San Antonio, Alamo Ranch, Tobin Hill, Rogers Ranch, Monte Vista, Alamo Heights, Hill Country, Far West Side, Encino Park, Terrell Hills, Terrell Heights, Downtown San Antonio, King William, and Palm Bay. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in San Antonio every 15 minutes.

In the past month, 2132 homes have been sold in San Antonio. In addition to houses in San Antonio, there were also 282 condos, 165 townhouses, and 104 multi-family units for sale in San Antonio last month. San Antonio is a minimally walkable city in Texas with a Walk Score of 35. San

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Is Buying a House Worth It? 9 Reasons Why the Answer Is: ‘100% Yes!’

Buying your first house takes gumption. You resist splurging on Insta-worthy vacations to save for a down payment. Then hold off on converting those savings into stocks for the latest plant-based start-up your cousin raves about. You fight every temptation in hopes of joining that glorious homebuyers’ circle, and just before you pull the trigger, you stumble upon an infographic telling you renting is actually cheaper — is this struggle even worth it?

The short answer is: yes. We’ve got a long answer for you, too (it even touches on the perennial own vs. rent debate). Here are nine benefits to homeownership that make buying a house totally worth it:

1. Grow with a local community

When you buy a house, you’re not just another tenant swinging through a rental’s revolving door. You’re tethered to a location, tied to a community.

“Buying a home gives you roots. You meet a

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Salem, OR Condos – Condos for Sale in Salem, OR

There are currently 13 condos for sale in Salem at a median listing price of $222K. Some of these homes are “Hot Homes,” meaning they’re likely to sell quickly. Most homes for sale in Salem stay on the market for 44 days and receive 1 offers. Popular neighborhoods include South Gateway, Northgate, Southwest Salem, Southeast Salem, Fairmount Park, South Central, South Salem, Croisan-Illahe, Faye Wright, Northeast Neighbors, Four Corners, Illahe Hills Estates, Morningside, Sunnyslope, and West Salem. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in Salem every 15 minutes.

In the past month, 326 homes have been sold in Salem. In addition to houses in Salem, there were also 33 condos, 37 townhouses, and 37 multi-family units for sale in Salem last month. Salem is a minimally walkable city in Marion County with a

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Grand Rapids Commercial Real Estate on CARWM




Vacant Land For Sale

Grand Rapids, MI 49534

1.12 Acres, $375,000

Office, Retail –

Here is one of the best Values of Commercial Land offered for sale on M-45 just West of the ever expanding Standale Business District. Prime 1.12 …



Breton Business Center

Shopping Center For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49508

2,000 – 8,800 SF, $8.50 – 12.25 PSF (Annual)

– Full service curb-cut onto 28th Street.
– Space for drive-thru on end cap.
– Great location for QSR.
– Daily traffic counts exceeding …



Knapp's Corner Shops & Offices

Office For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49525

557 – 1,236 SF, $12 – 18.75 PSF (Annual)

Join the vibrant and thriving community of Celebration and Knapp`s Corner. Shadow anchored by a Meijer and an IMAX theater. Monument signage …



Northbrook Office Park

Office For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

775 – 6,749 SF, $12 – 14 PSF (Annual)

Office Building –

Northbrook Office Park is the premier office park along

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How to Prepare to Buy a Home: First, Use This Checklist

Even a first-time home buyer knows that a new home is not an impulse purchase. You can’t just waltz in and declare, “I’ll take it!”

Long before you get to making that offer (on paper, through your real estate agent)—and even before going to your first open house—there are a ton of things to do and to prepare.

Overwhelmed? Here’s a checklist of everything you need to do to get ready to buy a new home.

1. Check your credit score

Do not pass “Go,” and do not start looking at real estate until you have checked your credit score. This is the number that mortgage lenders will look at to determine whether you are creditworthy, and will dictate the rate you will be charged by the bank.

The higher your credit score, the lower your interest rate—and that’s what you’re going for. Get a free copy of yours at

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