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Michele Guido
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  • Williamstown, NJ
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Owning a log home at a young age, is it possible?
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I have wanted a log home since I was 11, I'm in my twenties now and I would like to begin building within the next 5 years. Im going to school for business and real-estate and want to work for a log…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Raymond Wengerd Jun 25, 2014.


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Tell us about yourself:
I have loved log homes since I was about 11 years old. It has always been my mothers dream to own a log home and I took over with that same passion if not more. I am going to school for business and real estate and hope to work for a log home company and of course design, build, and own my very own log home within the near future.
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What timeframe are you looking to start your dream home?
24+ months

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At 5:47pm on March 7, 2014, James W. Harbin said…

Hello Michele, Here's the plan.Go to and learn all you can from this site.Find a little piece of ground in southern New Jersey and build your own log home. Work with the crew and learn from them. Apply for a Dealership with this company and use your education to run a successful log home business. My wife and I are Dealer/Builders for Katahdin Cedar Log Homes in the Mid Atlantic Region and we have a part of Jersey in our territory. Also, check out and let me know what you think. Good Luck, Jim and Pam-302-945-6706


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