Category: Zoning Glossary

Zoning Glossary: Zoning District Names

This week, I will review the most critical aspects of zoning intelligence. We start with the Zoning District Names, a series of alphanumeric strings on …

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Decoding Zoning Data: Understanding the Three Key Offerings in the Real Estate Market

Zoning data has become increasingly important in the real estate market. However, there is lack of transparency on what constitutes a complete set of zoning …

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The location of the top five Fort Worth neighborhoods according to our Investment Index.

Here are the locations of Fort Worth’s best neighborhoods for real estate investments.  Data-driven real estate investing is like having local knowledge everywhere. Local developers …

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Fort Worth plans for larger-than-life industrial growth.

Fort Worth’s tracts with the highest development density are all zoned for Industrial development. Zoning data is power. Not only can we identify where cities …

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A 3D city with colored overlays indicating the best locations for specific real estate development.

Density is the next level investment metric.

What is density, and how can we use it to identify early real estate investment opportunities? There are many ways to look at geographic data, …

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Austin, TX, Single Family Development: One unit per lot.

Explore Austin, TX, single-family community development and discover how to scan markets based on zoning criteria.

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Why Brokers Need Zoning

Property listings have three general options: sell as-is, sell for its rehab potential, or sell for its development potential. Each option has a different type of buyer. The more you focus your sales pitch, the faster you close.

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Financial Outputs: The Back of Envelope

The BOE is a one-year snapshot of a real estate project’s financial performance, often used to filter bad deals from a series of development options. The idea is to produce a simple measure across all properties, such as return on cost (ROC).

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Condo Financials

A condominium is a building, or complex of buildings, in which every apartment or home is individually owned. Financial analysis of a condominium is different from an income producing property because the return on cost (ROC) for a condominium is generated from the total sale of the condos instead of the rent cash flow.

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Multifamily Financials

Multifamily residential is a rental income property that contains multiple separate housing units. A multifamily building generally has one owner, or landlord, that rents units to residential inhabitants, or tenants.

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