A feasibility study can save precious time and money. These studies highlight potential flaws in the project plans before shovels hit the ground. It’s important to identify specific pitfalls early, to avoid bigger problems that could derail a development.
Easements represent a conflict between usage rights and ownership rights, and they can quickly cause big headaches for developers. Here’s how experienced commercial developers navigate the challenge of an easement.
The traditional goal of a mixed-use development is to combine residential homes with one or more non-residential uses. Approached correctly, these developments offer tremendous benefits to communities, the environment and beyond. Learn more here.
Careers in Construction Month was launched to increase public awareness of the many careers the construction field has to offer. The goal is to create a positive perception of these important jobs and inspire the next generation of construction professionals to take the helm—and the hard hat!
Are you trying to alter a piece of land? Then you’ll need to get construction entitlements before you can put shovels in the ground. Learn everything you need to know about this process here!
When we think technology has reached its peak, it comes back with new solutions that make our lives and work better. Learn all about the role of drones in residential development.
Efficiency relies heavily on good planning and a centralized decision-making hub. Having an Integrated Project Manager to oversee a development project can lessen the overall risks, help with time and money savings, and achieve the best possible outcome. Keep reading to get acquainted with Integrated Project Management and its added value to your development.
Nobody wants to lose money, full stop. Preparing for the unexpected is always a smart move, and Construction Bonds are a way to get your finances covered during a development project. Learn all about who they involve and the types of bonds you can add to your contracts.
Residential developments require careful planning so the project team can deliver on time and within budget. Before diving into a project, residential developers must understand the four main stages of real estate development: predevelopment, preparation, construction and delivery.
It’s no secret the housing market is hot—in nearly every area of the country. Home values are rising due to several factors, including low interest rates (now rising) and lack …