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|Author||: Richard M. Levy|
|Total Pages||: 268|
Download Introduction to Real Estate Development and Finance Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book provides readers with a basic understanding of the principles that underlie real estate development. A brief historical overview and an introduction to basic principles are followed by examples from practice. Case studies focus on how cities change and respond to the economic, technological, social, and political forces that shape urban development in North America. It is important to have a framework for understanding the risks and rewards in real estate investing. In measuring return, consideration must be given to both investment appreciation and the cash flow generated over the life of a project. In addition, metrics are presented that can be useful in assessing the financial feasibility of a real estate development proposal. This book also provides an overview of the forces of supply and demand that gauge the potential market for a new project. In determining the size of “residual demand”, estimates for population growth, family formation, and new development are important. All development projects fall under the auspices of one or several jurisdictions. Though every jurisdiction has different rules and procedures, basic knowledge of the planning process is critical to the success of all development projects regardless of location. Furthermore, all projects have a legal component. Basic issues of land ownership, property rights, property transfer, and land registration are reviewed, all of which need to be considered when a property is sold or purchased. This book also provides a primary on the design and construction process. In constructing a building, a team of experts is first required to design the architectural, structural, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for a building. An overview is provided of each building system: wood, concrete, and steel. Critical to a successful real estate development, project management principles for the processes of design, bidding, and construction are explored, with close attention given to budgeting, scheduling, and resource management. Essential reading for anyone involved in the development of our built environment, this is a must-read introduction for students and professionals in architecture, urban planning, engineering or real estate seeking an approachable and broad view of real estate development and finance.
|Author||: Stephen Buckman,Jeff Burton,John Talmage|
|Publsiher||: Taylor & Francis|
|Total Pages||: 195|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Community Real Estate Development Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Community Real Estate Development: A History and How-To for Practitioners, Academics, and Students introduces the fundamentals of affordable housing to aspiring development professionals. From understanding the history informing today’s affordable housing programs to securing financing and partnering with public and private stakeholders, this primer equips students and emerging professionals for success in a unique area of the real estate industry. Topical chapters written by nationally recognized leaders in community real estate development (CRED) take a didactic approach, using real-life examples and case studies to provide context for reflection. Drawing on the authors’ experience as private sector developers, state and municipal housing officials, and not-for-profit executives, this versatile resource offers an insider’s perspective on creating and maintaining affordable housing in any real estate market. Features: Covers topics including community design, development policy, tax credits, land use planning, development rights, historic buildings, adaptive reuse, tax increment financing, and gentrification Presents interviews with development professionals in asset and property management, commercial real estate brokerage, and local housing authorities and government agencies Highlights winning case studies from a student competition to inspire similar classroom activities Includes a glossary of CRED-specific terminology to help readers master the language of affordable housing Contains diverse examples, planning tools, and "programs to make numbers work," with a companion website available Blending the latest academic research with hard-won insights from the field, Community Real Estate Development prepares the next generation of affordable housing professionals to continue the work of its pioneering authors and editors.
|Author||: John Ratcliffe,Michael Stubbs|
|Publsiher||: Psychology Press|
|Total Pages||: 590|
|Genre||: City planning|
Download Urban Planning and Real Estate Development Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This text brings together urban planning and real-estate development. It should be useful to students of real-estate studies, estate management, land management, land economy, and general practice surveying.
|Author||: Richard Reed|
|Total Pages||: 357|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Property Development Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The 6th edition of this extremely popular and classic textbook has been updated to reflect ongoing changes in the field of property development. Attention is paid to the impact of the global financial crisis on the property development process and, in addition, to the increasing relevance of technology to the property profession. Whilst the successful style and format of the text has been retained, new chapters have been added and existing chapters updated and enhanced to guide lecturers and students in their teaching, reading and studying. Other new features in this edition include: Fully updated discussion points and reflective summaries Examples of contemporary best practice based on international case studies covering the UK, USA and Australia New chapters on ‘Property Cycles’ and ‘Technology’ Online materials for lecturers and students This fully revised edition of a standard text for all property development and real estate students will also be of interest to early career professionals and those pursuing similar professional degrees in the industry and in wider built environment courses.
|Author||: S. P. Peca|
|Publsiher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Total Pages||: 208|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Real Estate Development and Investment Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Real Estate Development and Investment A Comprehensive Approach Written by real estate industry veteran Stephen Peca, this timely guide skillfully outlines the various phases of the real estate development process and addresses some of the most important issues associated with this discipline. Using numerous illustrations and anecdotes, this book takes you through the development process, from historical considerations and idea formulation to financial feasibility and asset disposition, while covering the entire cycle of real estate development for various property types. Topics touched upon throughout these pages include: The key factors affecting demand for different land uses and development The interaction of market research, financing, planning, contract negotiation, marketing, leasing, and property management The need for universal, current, and broad knowledge The importance of ethics in the development process The role of different professionals and companies involved in the development process Environmental considerations in real estate development And much more Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, this reliable resource will help you gain a firm understanding of the functional skills necessary to be successful in this field and familiarize you with several often-overlooked-but essential aspects of commercial real estate development.
|Author||: Daniel B Kohlhepp,Kimberly J. Kohlhepp|
|Total Pages||: 324|
Download Real Estate Development Matrix Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book presents a new way of thinking about, teaching, learning, and practicing real estate development. Real Estate Development Matrix describes the process in a two-dimensional model and presents seven Development Stages which form the horizontal axis, and eight sets of Development Tasks which form the vertical axis to define a 56-cell matrix. In each cell, money is spent and risks are taken to achieve certain tasks and thereby create (or destroy) value. This holistic process considers the entire life cycle of real estate from its "green field" inception to its "brown field" state. The book is written by a real estate developer and academic, and the presented material is conceptual, practical, and non-technical. Jargon has been minimized as much as possible as the author introduces an entirely new model for real estate development that is both academically authoritative and developed in practice. It is aimed at a general professional audience participating in the development process, but equally the book is ideal for use as a textbook in undergraduate and graduate courses in real estate development, and an excellent supplemental text for business courses discussing real estate finance and investment. It may also be used as a textbook for professional courses, workshops, or seminars in real estate development. The book is supported by an interactive website at http://realestatedevelopmentmatrix.com/