Land Development



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August 01, 2003

Under terms of a rolling option agreement, William Thomas Homes was required to take down finished lots under a predetermined time line. Because it owned a 50% stake in the land development company, it received the lots for half the retail markup.

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August 01, 2003

The legal structures underpinning land-control deals can be confusing. We turned to a residential transaction expert, attorney Mathew A. Wyman, a partner with Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP in Los Angeles, to sort it out.

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August 01, 2003

One of the biggest impediments to doing a deal for brownfield land revolves around future liabilities and who retains that risk.

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August 01, 2003

Fast-growing, land-constrained regions dominate the ranks of states with the most million-dollar homes.

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August 01, 2003

Five builder-developers demonstrate a few of the many ways cash-free and cash-lean deals get done.

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August 01, 2003

In exchange for managing the building and sales of all remaining units in the first two phases, Menke and Hunihan were able to control and profit from land they never owned.

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August 01, 2003

Ben Anderson contacted the landowner and offered assistance in overcoming five hurdles that stood in the way of development on the site.

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August 01, 2003

Steps thousands of builders need to take to cover themselves as states await federal approval of storm-water procedures.

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August 01, 2003

More tips on how to control land.

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August 01, 2003

Builders who develop land need to carry this model further to determine what they can pay for raw land.

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