Home Builder Press, National Association of Home Builders, 1994 - Housing development. - 337 pages
The industry's bible. Nine chapters cover everything you need to know about land development from initial market studies to site selection and analysis. New and innovative design ideas for streets, houses, and neighborhoods are included. Whether you're developing a whole neighborhood or just one site, you shouldn't be without this essential reference.
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The Market Study
Financing Your Project
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