a project does not become profitable until it is in the hands
of the third owner. The first owner is the unprepared but
optimistic owner-developer. The second is the financing entity
that forecloses the property; and the third is the purchaser
who gets the property below cost from the bank.
cases, the cost of the land is a very small percentage of
the total cost for a project. The costs associated with architectural
engineering, entitlement, permitting, impact fees, infrastructure,
construction, financing and market stabilization are not clearly
determined by the original land owner-developer.
Infill the foundation of a successful development.
is experienced in a variety of development areas, including:
resources and knowledge of available outsourcing expertise,
Infill can provide a feasibility study that will be the foundation
of a successful development.
information about feasibility studies, contact Infill at firstname.lastname@example.org.