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Can an individual without a builderes license build their own home in GA

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Can one build there own home in Georgia without being a Licensed Contractor?

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Oct 30, 2019
Yes, a Georgia owner may build their own property without a builder's license in Georgia. However, any work that is subbed out must be done by someone who's licensed in that particular trade, where licensure is required for their work. Further, an owner can only build their own home without a license if the home won't immediately be sold or leased. And, when an owner ends up selling the property they've built, they'll need to get licensed or wait 2 years before building another property. For other Georgia licensure requirement questions, here are some great resources: - Georgia Licensing FAQ - Is a Contractor License in Georgia Required?
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Apr 29, 2021
Does the house you build have to be up to code in order to get water and electricity installed
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May 29, 2021
Each county varies but more than likely especially if it is raw land
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Jun 23, 2021
How do I see that if my residential builder is licensed ?
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Jul 12, 2021
What is the first step in building as a owner
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