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Steps thousands of builders need to take to cover themselves as states await federal approval of storm-water procedures.
One of the biggest impediments to doing a deal for brownfield land revolves around future liabilities and who retains that risk.
Builders who develop land need to carry this model further to determine what they can pay for raw land.
The federal government will open bidding on 3,700 acres in Orange County, Calif., this fall, and the real estate community will pay close attention.
A new crop of brokers aims to fill that niche with services that go beyond simply finding multifamily and mixed-use sites.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service recently declared the Endangered Species Act broken and in need of repair.
A complete list of highlights of California Senate Bill 800.
The tendency to litigate against builders, developers and trade contractors for even minor repairs has risen to such a level that state legislatures have been taking action.
With impact fees as high as $60,000 in some parts of the country, moderately priced homes with fees passed on by builders are increasingly out of reach for targeted buyers.
The difference between a profitable land deal and one that ends up as an expensive mistake is often found in the details of the contract you draft.