Questions

Results for: Real Estate Development

Of course my answer to this is Bias as I am a Greek living in the United States but Greece is my choice. All of the media attention is overblown. Greeks are very resilient people who are proud of their country and heritage. Like the tipping point in the U.S. came right around 2010 - 2011, Gree...

Continue


This should help you out: 1. Property Development for Beginners: A Beginners Guide to Property Development by Steve Chandler http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1482580551/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1482580551&linkCode=as2&tag=pittspropedea-20">Property Dev...

Continue


The way I use to do this in Austin Texas... 1) Pull the property tax records for your county. Usually you can purchase a physical CD with data for a few $100. I use to purchase these every quarter, as #2 will change each time a property sells (tax data changes). 2) Lookup turnover threshold f...

Continue


Go to city hall. There will be a desk for development...what name it is, well, that will change depend on the municipality. Talk to the staff and tell them what you want, and they'll send you to the right place. You want to talk to engineering and development staff and ask them who the best deve...

Continue


I've been a commercial real estate broker for 5 years now and have ventured into a handful of business partnerships - some have worked and some have nearly ruined me. What I find, on a surface level, is that you must absolutely share the same VALUES and MISSION as your potential partner. Having e...

Continue


I've been investing in residential and commercial real estate for over 10yrs and have learned from a lot of decisions along the way. Certainly depends on the type of property, type of investment, and structure of the transaction. For example the answer would be very different between a SFR and a...

Continue


If we go by the definition of real estate management, it is amazingly simple. The real estate management the business of managing land and buildings, including activities such as keeping buildings in good condition and organizing the renting of property, but going by the question, I believe that ...

Continue


There are lots of unexpected costs with land development and new construction. Examples include soft costs (arch, engineering, surveying, permit costs, etc) and hard costs (connecting utilities, clearing land, etc). Always have a reasonable buffer to take into account any unexpected costs. Best o...

Continue


Thank you for your question. I love real estate and have been dealing in this business for almost 20 years now across the world. I've personally invested in quite a few countries around the world and have learned a good deal of this business the hard way. It's always important to have a good bro...

Continue


You would figure out your price per acre by the kind of rent you can collect in that area. You don't need to be right downtown in the richest area but if you want to have middle class clients you better be in a middle class area, call if I can help you more, thanks...Ken Queen

Continue


Copyright © 2020 Startups.com LLC. All rights reserved.