The New Practitioner's Guide to Fiscal Impact Analysis: 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

The New Practitioner's Guide to Fiscal Impact Analysis

1st Edition

Edited by Robert Burchell

Routledge

82 pages

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Paperback: 9780882851099
pub: 1986-02-28
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This handbook summarizes economic evaluation measures for residential and nonresidential development. It tells you how to forecast the costs and revenues associated with land development. Contained are examples with answers which serve as a guide to correct interpretation.The first edition of the handbook has been widely adopted by planners, planning board members, students of planning, and interested citizens. In its updated form it contains a discussion of the change in demographic mul­tipliers since 1977 as well as post-1980 multipliers for future demographic projections. These include household size and school children load for:• Single-Family Units• Garden Apartments• Townhouses• High-Rise Apartments• Mobile Homes• Duplex, Triplex, FourplexWhether K to 6th, or 7th through 9th grades, to Senior High Schoolers - the way to forecast them is here. The data are simply presented by four regions and subdivisions with all the methodology for sound, proven fiscal analysis.An updated discussion of the change in demographic multipliers since 1977, this indispensable handbook provides post-1980 multipliers for future demographic projections. Household size and school children multipliers are provided for different type and size housing configurations, including single-family units, garden condominiums, townhouses, high-rise apartments, mobile homes, and duplex/triplex/quadplex structures.The data are simply presented by four regions and subdivisions with all the methodology for sound, proven fiscal analysis.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS051000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Public Finance
BUS069000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economics / General