Providing professional Architectural and Construction
Guidance and advice
Acting as the Homeowners Advocate,
easing them through the
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COUNT ON EXPERIENCE
A graduate of Pratt Institute with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.
Developer of communities in Maryland, Connecticut and Florida.
Builder of over 800 Single Family and Townhomes in Maryland, Connecticut and Florida.
Manager of major commercial projects in Maryland and Connecticut.
Architecture, Construction, Community Development
We can provide you with the visuals necessary to help you interact with your Architect and/or Contractor.
We can review your contracts regarding work to be performed and advise you as to the efficacy of their content.
Stan Schultz was hired by me as an Advocate, working to help me thru damages caused by a major flood in my home. He became my eyes, ears and financial expert in dealing with my insurance company and interfacing with the General Contractor; who was hired to repair the damage and to remediate where there were issues created by the water.
Stan was a trusted advisor, managing and overseeing the project with care and insight. He made the project his own on my behalf.
Alene Workman - Interior Design
WHAT IS AN ADVOCATE
Role of an Advocate
The role of an advocate is to assist people, helping them understand their project parameters, information provided and services rendered.
An advocate is someone who can help you so that your needs are heard and understood and your goals established.
- Helpfulness. The desire to help a client is the most important asset in being a successful advocate. ...
An Advocate can help;
Represent your views when you feel unable to do so yourself; Review, advise and evaluate; plans, budgets, invoices, contracts and schedules;
Prepare written communications;
Clarify processes and procedures; Negotiate, mediate or otherwise assist in dispute resolution;
HOW DO I CHOOSE AN ADVOCATE?
Be realistic about your abilities and ask yourself: “What do I know and what do I need?”
Clearly communicate what your needs are when looking for an Advocate.
Discuss with a prospective Advocate what roles it will need to fill.
Do you just need information?
Are you confident that you can resolve the issue yourself with a little guidance?
Will you need full representation at a hearing?
Does the Advocate have the range of experience to best suit your needs?
Review the Resume'.
Do you have confidence in the Advocate and / or the organization
Discuss fees that the Advocate will charge.
Will the project be a result of an