Unexpected construction costs can be a great detriment to the planning and preparation of a new building or complex. The good news is that property owners, developers and managers can reduce construction costs and risks, if they know what to look for. Below are 10 tips to consider now.

1. Refinance. You can cut construction costs, improve loan terms and reduce risks by taking advantage of low interest rates, rising property values and available financing.

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