Site Selection & Analysis -- Overheads -- NAHB Land Development

Site Selection & Analysis -- Overheads -- NAHB Land Development

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SITE ANALYSIS AND SELECTION CM 426 (Selections from Land Development , Linda Kone, Home Builder Press) I. MARKET STUDY -- LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION A. DETERMINE LOCATION OF PROPERTY 1. ESTABLISH NEED FOR DEVELOPMENT PRIOR TO FEASIBILITY STUDY 2.. IDENTIFY ACCEPTABLE LOCATIONS 3. ESTABLISH CRITERIA FOR SITE (SIZE, ZONING) B. WHERE ARE POPULATION CENTERS? C. INCOME AND DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF MARKET 1. PER CAPITA INCOME VS. COST OF LIVING -- EXPENDABLE INCOME 3. MAJOR LOCAL ECONOMIC SOURCES 4. POPULATION -- AGE AND DISTRIBUTION II. SITE SELECTION A. TWO APPROACHES 1. SITE IN SEARCH OF AN IDEA OR USE 2. DEVELOPMENT IDEA IN SEARCH OF A SITE B. THREE ANALYTICAL STEPS IN SITE SELECTION 1. PHYSICAL CONCERNS -- OFF-SITE AND ON-SITE 2. LEGAL HURDLES 3. POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS III. PHYSICAL CONCERNS A. SIZE (ACREAGE) AND SHAPE (GEOMETRY) OF SITE B. MAPS -- TITLE COMPANY, COUNTY OFFICES C. OFF-SITE FACTORS
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1. ADJOINING PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT NEEDS 2. SHOPPING, SCHOOLS, WORK -- DISTANCES 3. UTILITY SYSTEMS -- HOOK-UP FEES -- COSTS TO
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