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Permit Advisors is at RECON This Week: Why You Need to Talk to a Building Permit Expediter

Permit Advisors is at RECON This Week!

Why You Need to Talk to a Building Permit Expediter

The largest conference is this week and Permit Advisors, your favorite building permit expediter, will be walking the floors, speaking to architects, and having a great time! Let’s talk about why you need to talk to me while we’re at RECON this year:

 

  1. Building Permit Expediters are Popping Up Everywhere: Now that the recession is officially over and construction is starting back up, new building permit expediters are popping up and not all that glitters is gold, as they say. Some of these new shops are one-man teams that don’t have the bandwidth to handle manage your projects especially with competing priorities. By getting to know me at RECON you can ask all the questions you want, see my proven track record of success, and ask around the conference about me.
  2. Don’t Take My Word for It-Ask Around: In my last point I referenced asking other professionals in industry who is their building permit expediter and what the experience has been. Everyone knows they need to vet their vendors before using them, but asking companies who have worked with me and my team at Permit Advisors can show you more about how we operate than even I can. I have been called by folks that were referred to me by other customers for years and treat them like old friends.
  3. Execution is Everything: I’m going to be aggressive here and say, who cares about working a process if the process is fundamentally broken? Execution is everything. I work projects to execute the goal of ultimate approval. I won’t sell you some malarkey about working a process and that’s what you’re paying for. For Permit Advisors, you are buying the execution of a specified solution: get the permit. Sometimes we must go outside the process and be creative, and we won’t charge extra for that! Other firms will because they charge per line item or submittal. We want to get the permit, and it’s that simple.

Come see me at RECON this year and let’s talk about how we can partner to get your project approved ahead of schedule while saving money!

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