"When I’m at a party and I tell someone that I’m a real estate developer, often times they have no idea what that means. They usually think I’m a real estate agent. Or they ask me to explain a typical day. Either way, I’ve found it generally smoother (and more impressive) to just lie and say I’m an architect."
So I’m going to do what my friend suggested. I’m going to make an effort to talk more about what it means to be a real estate developer. And to kick it off, I thought I’d start with some of the basics and then talk about how I got into the business.
They go out and buy the land, they put a team in place (architect, engineers and so on), they get the necessary approvals to build (with the help of the team of course), they finance the deal, and then they get a builder to actually construct the project.
Hello, I'm Harwinder Parmar, Owner of Haraman Developments and I love being a part of the development of the Tri-Cities of BC.