Bankrate’s Mark Hamrick sits down with Erin Lowry, author of ’The Broke Millennial’ book series.
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Land Planning Tied to Multiple Local Economic Factors
Local planning authorities (LPAs) deal with more than just housing zone changes. New homes are one component of environmental, economic and life-quality considerations.
Is New Housing Construction Encouraged in the National Planning Policy Framework?
It’s a myth that sustainability goals of the NPPF will get in the way of development. Quite the contrary – newer housing and development only needs to be smarter.
How Do Housing and Infrastructure Development Compare to Population Growth in the UK?
With the population of the UK expected to hit 66.8 million by 2030, there are many ideas on how that should be managed. The good news is solutions are being discussed.
Cash Vs. Debt Financing: Which Has the Upper Hand in Buying Raw Land?
Land investors are flocking to the UK because of high demand for housing. But investors with cash have significant advantages over those who work with debt financing.
Are Housing Prices Inflated by “Middle Men” Land Investors?
Residential developers formerly bought land, built homes and then sold them. But now many hand only zoning and infrastructure, handing off building to builders.