NAHB Online Course Examines Successful Land Development Strategies

Business Management
Published
June 26 update: Registration for this webinar has reached capacity and is now closed. We will be offering this course again in the near future. Becoming a land developer is not for the meek. But successful land development can significantly increase revenue and profit for smaller home builders. NAHB's Land Development: Getting Started, Business Management & Financing live online course will introduce you to the land acquisition and development process and explore the crucial first steps to becoming a successful developer. This dynamic novice course scheduled for Tuesday, June 30, 1-4 p.m. ET, led by veteran instructor Tom Stephani, GMB, MIRM, will help you develop strategies for finding land development opportunities for small projects (2 – 50 lots) and discuss which business structure is best for your business. You'll get a balanced perspective on what it takes to develop land and, more importantly, learn approaches to limit risk and maximize profits. What you can expect from this course:
  • You will be introduced to the land acquisition and development process and review the first five steps of this eight-step process: finding land, market analysis, tying up land/preliminary investigation, concept plans and due diligence.
  • As a building professional who is new to the land development business, you will develop strategies for finding land development opportunities for small building projects (2 – 50 lots) by examining real-world examples.
  • You will have the opportunity to review key business structures and financing options for running a small volume land development business.
Registration is open until 3 pm ET on Monday, June 29. For questions about registration, please contact Deborah Krat at EdWebinars@nahb.org. NAHB Continuing Education credits: 3 hours toward CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGR, GMB, CSP, Master CSP, CGP, CMP, Master CGP and MIRM.

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