The butt and pass method is the strongest, the easiest to build, and it will last the longest. There are scientific reasons why this is the case. There is no room for ‘opinion’ about this — because the facts speak for themselves.
Yes. In fact, Skip’s log home has three stories.
It is interesting to note that Skip’s three-story log home is located within 1,000 yards of the 5.7 earthquake that occurred near Seattle, Washington on May, 1996. There was no damage at all to the house.
One of our members recently made over $160,000 PROFIT on his first log home.
In our opinion, the knowledge of how to build log homes can be much more valuable than an ‘average’ college education.
To make money building log homes, you might consider the following four-step approach:
- Build one log home and sell it for enough money to build two log homes.
- Build two log homes and sell them for enough money to build four log homes.
- Build four log homes and sell them for enough money to build eight log homes.
- Build eight log homes and sell them – BUT DO NOT ACCEPT CASH. Instead of taking cash, take a small down payment from each purchaser and carry your own paper for the balance. This would mean that eight different people might be paying you approximately $1,000 to $1,500 per month – or more. This plan has the potential of generating a monthly income of between $8,000 and $12,000.
Yes. One of our members, Chris Hizer, recently purchased logs from a source we discuss in our seminar for 50 cents per tree — and he was able to get two logs from each tree.
In other words, Chris paid 25 cents per log. Apparently he built a nice cabin for under $1,000 (total cost).