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[On-Demand Webinar] How to Do Quick Feasibility Assessments to Identify your Next Site

 Learn how to find development sites in seconds, complete feasibilities in minutes and save yourself hours in the replay of this webinar co-hosted by Archistar.

 

  • Instantly filter properties with development potential from the thousands of listings currently on the market
  • Find big off-market blocks suitable for duplex or townhouse development
  • Check for precedence in an area and identify the highest and best use of a site
  • See at a glance: maximum building height, minimum lot size, council and zoning details
  • View street frontage and easements
  • See the demographic and household income for an area so you can build to the demand
  • Run fast feasibility assessments for a duplex or townhouse development
  • Work out Residual Land Value: the price ceiling when purchasing a block of land to achieve your minimum 20% profit margin
  • Quickly generate Development Potential Reports to understand how much you will earn from your investment
  • Set watchlist notifications to be emailed as soon as a shortlisted property hits the market

 

 

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