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Researching Growth and Development Areas

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AgTag23
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What tools, maps, or websites are out there to see expected neighborhood developments, future neighborhood growth, new home sites etc etc..?
dallasiteinsa02
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I actually think a school districts information is a wealth of data. It tends to be pretty accurate since they work so closely with the City. Where are you looking?
213 Grove
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Metrostudy
NoahAg
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If within a city's jurisdiction, agenda and meeting minutes from city council and planning/zoning meetings.
jenn96
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Metrostudy, it's just very expensive. The data is top-notch. We use it all the time.
flown-the-coop
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RSI if in DFW.
Mr_mo8268
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All of the above are useful

We use Google My Maps to compile all our market data. We get most of our info from:

The market (clients, owners, our day to day operations)
HBJ
Metro Study
Apartment Data
School districts
Bisnow
Land owners
There is some architect forum that is normally pretty insightful online
Hou Chron

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Certain Municipalities make it really easy to pull recent permits and some even have interactive development maps online with their whole permitting system overlayed.

College Station posts their development permits monthly so I typically check in on those in case I missed something moving in the market.
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