Subdivision


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Subdivision

A tract of land divided into residential lots.

subdivision

A tract of land divided into residential lots.
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When subdivision represents the highest and best use of land, most appraisers rely on either informal or formal surveys of developers to estimate developer's profit.
20) Developers argue that gates help enhance the sense of community and quality of living in a subdivision.
Trees are good, trees are key," says Coffman, snapping some pictures to further document the subdivision that first got him thinking about what more could be done to protect watersheds.
If the developer completes the public improvements pursuant to the subdivision improvement agreement, then the bond is exonerated.
This Memorandum describes the relationship that will allow RCC/IWS to expand its low-end market of 300 home subdivisions and below to subdivisions supporting many thousands of homes able to support capacities in the millions of gallons per day in volume.
The homes are the first in the subdivision that was originally started by Brandon Barber, Seth Kaffka, John Meeks and Brandon Rains through their Dream Team Holdings 1 LLC.
Local developer Fritz Distler is overseeing the first phase of Prospect Point, an eventual 27-unit subdivision on Waubeek Street with 12 lots offering elevated views of the bay.
For the ``innocent buyers'' who purchased property after the illegal subdivision was done, the county added conditions to their projects, such as road dedications, McCarthy said.
This paper addresses the question of whether global subdivision by culture regions can still legitimately be used in geography instruction.
They did this by surveying the boundaries of the property, ordering soil analyses, obtaining approval for septic systems on each lot, installing and upgrading the underground electrical service, constructing a new road, recording a subdivision plat depicting 14 separate lots, and paying separate tax bills for each lot for five years.
In a case in which the Appraisal Institute filed an amicus curiae or "friend of the court" brief, the Texas Supreme Court has ruled that expert opinions based on the subdivision development method can be reliable, relevant and admissible in some cases involving undeveloped land.
With views of the Hudson River and of nearby reservoirs, this project is slated for development as a high-end residential subdivision.