Zanola Company offers a wide range of feasibility and research studies, as well as real estate consulting and sales and marketing management across many segments of the building industry, from single and multifamily new home developments to city and regional housing growth plans to commercial development.
While challenging to fit into a succinct elevator speech, we’ve seen that our studies across the board can answer four specific questions to help each client find and reach their goals.
Our Market Research Studies offer site-specific research for new homes developments, answering four vital questions for best success.
1. Am I on the right track?
Zanola Company’s Market Point Study presents a site-specific opportunity overview for a new homes development. The site-specific research overview gives the client an opportunity to see a wide range of data and trends for the specific area they are planning to develop, with targeted future growth projections.
2. How well will my project perform?
Zanola Company’s Market Focus Study evaluates the feasibility for a client’s new homes development plan. This focused analysis of a client’s existing plan gives the client a clearer image of what the future of their development could be.
3. What is the best opportunity for my development?
Zanola Company’s Market Discovery Study identifies the best opportunities for a new homes development. This study presents a guide to help clients design their development, discovering best opportunities for success and a plan to achieve that success.
4. What is the best unique research for my development?
Zanola Company’s Market Z-Factor Study provides the ultimate research, guidance, and planning for a new homes development. We understand that not all new homes developments fit into a neat package or category, and often clients have special opportunities within a development that must be addressed. This study provides custom research for a client’s unique needs.
To learn more about Zanola’s work with new homes development, please contact us at 314-918-7200. Keep an eye out for future posts that will discover how these four questions can guide multifamily, governmental, and commercial developments.