Residential Land Developer's Checklists And Forms

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R. Dodge Woodson uses his years of experience as a builder and land developer to compile this unique checklist and forms book covering the day-to-day business practices...
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Overview

R. Dodge Woodson uses his years of experience as a builder and land developer to compile this unique checklist and forms book covering the day-to-day business practices of the residential land developers and the construction community.

All forms and checklists will also be available in customizable Word and PDF format from companion website.

Contents: Researching Profitable Properties
• Doing the Demographics
• Zoning Matters
• Flood Zones and Flood Plains
• Wetland Issues
• Road Considerations
• Leftover Lots
• Timber Tactics
• Budgeting Your Money
• Selecting Partners
• Beating the Bank
• Organizational Skills That Win • Selecting Your Professional Team
• Contractual Terms and Offers
• Dealing With Property
Owners
• Working With Real Estate Brokers
• Site Inspections
• Plans and Specifications
• Putting Work Out to Bids
• Sales Projections
• Insurance Needs
• Working With Subcontractors
• Watching Your Workers
• Beating Your Budget
• The Exit Plan

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071441735
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/10/2004
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 8.44 (w) x 10.86 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

R. Dodge Woodson has been involved in real estate speculation for over 30 years. He holds the license of a Designated Broker, the highest classification of a real estate license available. In addition to being a broker and the owner of Expert Realty Services, Inc., Woodson is a homebuilder. He has built as many as 60 homes per year. His building company, The Masters Group, Inc., is known for its quality, ethics, and dependability. Simply put, Woodson has spent his life in real estate and construction. When it comes to residential land development, Woodson's combined experience as a developer and builder is hard to match.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1: Financial Budgets and Considerations

Chapter 2: Putting Your Plans Together

Chapter 3: Sample Arguments

Chapter 4: The Permit Process

Chapter 5: Environmental and Flood Factors

Chapter 6: Working WIth Contractors

Chapter 7: Managing Your Development
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