Do you know the local land development rules in the jurisdiction that will regulate your next real estate project?
Here is a great quote from George Garcia in the Winter 2020 of Nevada APA Magazine:
“What can slow-up, or perhaps destroy, a project in the permitting stage of a development is when assumptions are made by a developer that the permits can be attained in the same manner and time frame as other jurisdictions in which they have worked in the past.”
I often need to remind our development clients that the land use regulations in each city and county are unique. In addition, other special regions, like the Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta of the Lake Tahoe Basin, have there own land-use planning regulations layered on top of the local land-use regulations.
If you want to develop land in Central California or Western Nevada, work with a good land surveyor and private land planner, and take the time to understand the SPECIFIC land use regulations and processes that apply to your project.
Reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 209-298-7521 to get help.
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