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Real Estate Development Matrix

By Daniel B Kohlhepp, Kimberly J. Kohlhepp

Routledge

324 pages

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Description

This book presents a new way of thinking about, teaching, learning, and practicing real estate development.

Real Estate Development Matrix describes the process in a two-dimensional model and presents seven Development Stages which form the horizontal axis, and eight sets of Development Tasks which form the vertical axis to define a 56-cell matrix. In each cell, money is spent and risks are taken to achieve certain tasks and thereby create (or destroy) value. This holistic process considers the entire life cycle of real estate from its "green field" inception to its "brown field" state.

The book is written by a real estate developer and academic, and the presented material is conceptual, practical, and non-technical. Jargon has been minimized as much as possible as the author introduces an entirely new model for real estate development that is both academically authoritative and developed in practice.

It is aimed at a general professional audience participating in the development process, but equally the book is ideal for use as a textbook in undergraduate and graduate courses in real estate development, and an excellent supplemental text for business courses discussing real estate finance and investment. It may also be used as a textbook for professional courses, workshops, or seminars in real estate development. The book is supported by an interactive website at http://realestatedevelopmentmatrix.com/

Table of Contents

Preface

About the authors

Acknowledgements

Table of Exhibits

Part I

1. Introduction

2. Real estate development defined

3. Real Estate Development Matrix

4. The third dimension

Part II

5.Introduction to the Stages of real estate development

6. Land Banking

7. Land Packaging

8. Land Development

9. Building Development

10. Building Operations

11. Building Renovations

12. Property Redevelopment

Part III

13. Real Estate Development Tasks: an overview

14. I. Acquisition Tasks

15. II. Financing Tasks

16. III. Market Analysis and Marketing Strategies Tasks

17. IV. Environmental Issues

18. V. Approvals and Permits Tasks

19. VI. Physical Improvements Tasks

20. VII. Transportation and Accessibility Tasks

21. VIII. Sales and Disposition Tasks

22. Summary

Afterword

Index

About the Authors

Daniel B. Kohlhepp is the president of Granite Road LLC. He is a former senior lecturer and academic program director of the Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure Program at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. He began his career in real estate as a college professor at the University of Oklahoma and Penn State University and then spent 30 years as a real estate investor and developer before returning to academia. In 2007 the Homer Hoyt Institute recognized Kohlhepp as a Hoyt Fellow, and in 2012, he was elected to the board of directors of the Homer Hoyt Institute. He is an equity principal of the Real Estate Counselors Group of America, and he is also a member of the Appraisal institute and currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Sustainable Real Estate. Kohlhepp holds a PhD in Real Estate and Urban Planning Analysis from The Ohio State University and an MBA and BS degree from The Pennsylvania State University.

Kimberly J. Kohlhepp, MSREI, LEED AP BD+C is currently the Associate Director of Development for Kimco Realty's Mid-Atlantic Region in Baltimore, MD. Before joining Kimco, she was a principal at Nestwood, LLC, a consulting firm focused on producing financial proformas, market research, and educational courses for real estate development teams and organizations. Kimberly has also worked with Brookfield Office Properties and Federal Realty Investment Trust in both property management and asset management roles. Kimberly holds a Master of Science in Real Estate and Infrastructure from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Ohio.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
ARC010000
ARCHITECTURE / Urban & Land Use Planning
ARC015000
ARCHITECTURE / Professional Practice
ARC017000
ARCHITECTURE / Project Management
ARC024000
ARCHITECTURE / Buildings / General
BUS036050
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Investments & Securities / Real Estate
BUS054000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Real Estate
BUS054020
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Real Estate / Commercial
BUS101000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Project Management
TEC005000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Construction / General
TEC009000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Engineering (General)
TEC009020
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Civil / General
TEC062000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Project Management