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This is basically a tear down and start over. How do I check lots of improvements?

Tore down to foundation.  But, it looks like I can only check one improvement?
How do I highlight everything improved?
  • October 03 2010 - Southwest Hills
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Another thing to check is Portlandmaps.com.  This is always a great resource for whatever it is you may be doing real estate related.  I am unsure if you have bought this property or not but you should check and see when the property was torn down and if you can rebuild yet.  I know it some situations you can not build for 5 years after a property has been torn down.  One way to get around that is to leave at least one wall standing and then it is considered a remodel.  Sounds like it is too late for that idea so I would make sure you check with the city to make sure there are no restrictions on how soon you can build.  Hope this helps!
  • November 08 2010
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If you are using the "owner's estimate" you fill an an improvement, then add, then another and add - they all appear on a list down below.
  • October 04 2010
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