The October issue of Professional Builder features Mercedes Homes and the concrete wall technology it developed for use in the homes it builds in Florida. Since its publication, the company’s phones haven’t stopped ringing.
In last month's article, we discussed the process of finding land to develop as well as how to conduct the preliminary investigation and financial analysis. This article will discuss tying up the land, due diligence and financing. Tying Up Land Once you've identified a parcel of land and completed the preliminary investigation, you'll need to tie up the land until you are ready to acquire it.
The month and June quarter ended mixed as markets reacted to the expected quarter point hike by the Federal Reserve. The ninth increase in a year left Wall Street hoping for an easing in the hikes in the future, but there was no nod in that direction. "They are going to keep going," said David Jones, head of DMJ Advisors, an economic consulting firm.