Professional Real Estate Development The ULI Guide to the Business

ISBN-10: 0874208947

ISBN-13: 9780874208948

Edition: 2nd 2003

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Description: Thoroughly updated, the second edition of Professional Real Estate Development explains the nuts and bolts of the real estate development industry. Ideal for anyone wishing to learn more about the industry or preparing to embark on a real estate development project, the book explains how to develop and manage five major real estate products: land, residential, office, industrial, and retail. Focusing on small-scale projects, the authors show you practical methods for developing real estate, including feasibility analysis, design and construction, financing, marketing, and management. Photos, site plans, diagrams, and case studies provide examples of actual projects and how the process works. Information is specific and detailed, with costs, rents, and financing information included by product type. Book jacket.

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List price: $99.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Urban Land Institute
Publication date: 1/1/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 397
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 3.190
Language: English

Introduction
What Is a Developer?
The Book's Approach and Objectives
Requirements for Success
Paths for Entering the Development Field
Finding the First Deal
A Use Looking for a Site
A Site Looking for a Use
Improving the Chances of Successful Development
Managing the Development Process
Real Estate Cycles
Getting Started
Stages of Development
Conclusion
Organizing for Development
The Firm's Organization and Management
Forming Partnerships
Organizational Life Cycles
Organizational Structure
Compensation
Strategic Planning
Choosing Consultants and Contractors
Locating a Consultant
Selecting a Consultant
Rates
Working with Consultants
The Design/Construction Team
Architects
Landscape Architects
Land Planners
Engineers
Soils Engineers
Environmental Consultants
Surveyors
Parking Consultants
Asbestos Abatement Professionals
Construction Contractors
Real Estate Service Firms
Market Consultants
Appraisers
Attorneys
Title Companies
Surety Companies
Brokers/Leasing Agents
Public Relations/Advertising Agencies
Property Management
Lenders
Working with Lenders
Sources of Financing for Real Estate Projects
Conclusion
Land Development
Overview
Subdividing Land
Land Development versus Building Development
Project Feasibility
Market Analysis before Site Selection
Site Selection and Acquisition
Market Analysis after Site Selection
Regulatory Process
Financial Feasibility Analysis
Design and Site Planning
Evolution of Subdivision Design
Sensitivity to Design Issues
Cluster Development, New Urbanist Plans, and PUDs
Site Planning Process
Site Information
Streets and Street Hierarchy
Site Engineering
Platting
Higher Densities
Financing
Obtaining Financing
Joint Ventures
Construction
Marketing
Marketing to Homebuilders
Marketing Larger Parcels
Direct Marketing to the Public
Merchandising and Advertising
Internet and Interstate Marketing
Development Maintenance after Completion
Protective Covenants
Community and Condominium Associations
General Advice
Conclusion
Multifamily Residential Development
Overview
History
Product Types
Getting Started
Project Feasibility
Market Analysis
Site Selection
Financial Feasibility Analysis
Design
Unit Mix
Site Design
Exterior Design
Interior Design
Design Issues
Design Process
Financing
Construction Loans
Permanent Financing
Financing Issues
Government Programs and Working with Nonprofit Organizations
Construction
Managing and Scheduling the Job
Inspections
Subcontractors and Draws
Insurance
Marketing
Developing a Market Strategy
Public Relations
Advertising
Operations and Management
Hiring Staff
Turnover
Selling the Property
Conclusion
Office Development
Overview
Categorizing Office Development
Trends in Office Building Development
Project Feasibility
Market Analysis
Site Selection
Regulatory Issues
Financial Feasibility
Design and Construction
General Principles
Site Planning
Exterior Design
Interior Design
Tenant Leaschold Improvements
Pitfalls and Suggestions
Financing
Construction Loans
Permanent Loans
Lease Requirements
Mortgage Options
Standby and Forward Commitments
Equity
Marketing and Leasing
Marketing Strategy
Brokers
Types of Leases
Lease Rates and Terms
Operations and Management
Budgeting and Accounting
Keeping Tenants Satisfied
Selling the Completed Project
Conclusion
Industrial Development
Overview
Product Types
Building Categories
Categories of Business Parks
Rehabilitation and Adaptive Use
Project Feasibility
Market Analysis before Site Selection
Site Selection
Market Analysis after Site Selection
Regulatory Issues
Financial Feasibility
Design and Construction
Site Design
Building Design and Construction
General Advice
Financing
Construction and Permanent Loans
Equity Structure
Dealing with Institutional Investors
Joint Venture Deal Points
Negotiating Risk
Marketing
Marketing Strategy
Marketing Materials
Brokers
Leasing
Property Management
Development
Lease-Up
Stabilized Operations
Selling the Project
Conclusion
Retail Development
Overview
Standard Shopping Center Categories
Specialty Centers
Project Feasibility
Market Analysis
Site Selection
Regulatory Issues
Financial Feasibility
Design and Construction
Site Plan and Building Configuration
Parking, Circulation, and Access
Site Engineering and Landscaping
Outparcel Development
Building Structure and Shell
Interior Design
Construction
Financing
Marketing
Leasing
The Lease
Organizing the Leasing Program
Postconstruction Marketing and Promotion
Operations and Management
Management Approaches
Security
Financial Records and Control
Maintenance and Housekeeping
Conclusion
Trends and Issues
Looking at the Past and to the Future
Changing Market Factors
Industry Restructuring
The Demise of Small Developers?
Financing
Paying for Infrastructure
The Erosion of Development Rights
The Technological Revolution
Trends
New Demographics
Changing Lifestyles
Cities versus Suburbs
Development Issues
Smart Growth
Place Making
Environmental Concerns
The Need for Open Space
Transportation and Congestion
Social Responsibility
The Developer's Public Image
Differing Social Objectives
Gaining Community Support
Personal Integrity
Conclusion
Appendices
Index
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