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Owner Architect Agreement Course

Start signing contracts today!

The Owner-Architect Agreement course is specifically designed for emerging professionals and architects seeking to gain a deeper understanding of the legal and practical aspects of the Owner-Architect Agreement. The course covers the essential elements of this agreement, including compensation methods, project scope, and dispute resolution provisions, and provides best practices for negotiating, drafting, and enforcing Owner-Architect Agreements.

By the end of the course, architects will have the tools and knowledge needed to effectively negotiate, draft, and enforce Owner-Architect Agreements, and will be equipped to handle the challenges of construction projects with confidence.

Whether you are new to the industry or studying for the Architect Registration Exam (ARE®), this course will provide valuable insights and practical advice to help you navigate the complexities of Owner-Architect Agreements.

What you'll get:

  • 75-minute video breaking down the details of the AIA B101 contract AND our custom owner-architect agreement.
  • Owner Architect Agreement PDF
  • Custom Owner Architect Agreement EDITABLE template

This offer is for BOTH our Owner + Architect agreement template AND exclusive access to the behind-the-scenes video where I walk you through the AIA B101 contract and BYoung Design's actual contract.

Step inside our firm to have an in-depth look at contracts, what's important, and what items you HAVE to include in yours.

Contracts are one of the most important tools to protect yourself and your company. You should always have a contract in place, even if the project is for a family member. 

When I started, I had no idea where to start with a contract. I spent countless hours researching how I should organize my contracts. I read through multiple 25-page AIA contracts and knew I wanted to develop something more digestible for my clients.

If you want a quick signature without a headache, you must have a contract that is easy to understand but still protects you.

This Owner Architect agreement has been reviewed by a contractor lawyer and is what it is today based on years of experience.

This template will save you hours (even days!) of your time.

What's your time worth?

Get your copy today and start signing contracts with clients and getting paid as soon as tomorrow!

What People Are Saying:

I may have seen contract templates before, and I have gone over them a bit in school, but I think it would probably take me at least a week, if not longer, to research and come up with a contract without a template. Even with this template, I’ll probably spend at least 4/5 more hours making sure I fully understand it and redesigning a bit to make it more in line with my branding. That may be a high estimate but I think a lot of us in architecture are kind of perfectionists and pay very close attention to detail.