Integrated-Use Development

“Mixed-use development” has become so overused as to have nearly lost its meaning.  Put two disparate land uses side by side and, voila!, you have mixed-use development, regardless of whether those uses are complementary. The Danter Company proposes a new term: integrated-use development. Integrated-Use Development – a style of development where complementary uses are not simply …

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2015 Qualified Census Tracts, Difficult Development Areas Updated

HUD has updated Qualified Census Tracts (QCT) and Difficult Development Areas (DDA) for 2015, to be effective for properties placed in service after 12/31/2014. The Danter Company provides this information on our website in an easy to use format as a convenience to our LIHTC clients and others working with the LIHTC program. Updated DDAs …

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What is the Difference Between an Appraisal and a Market Feasibility Study?

At The Danter Company, we are a real estate research company specializing in market feasibility research.  One of the misconceptions that we battle most often is that a market feasibility study is the same thing as an appraisal, or that an appraisal is really all you need to ensure that your project achieves success. Asking …

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