When it comes to real estate development, there are a number of key factors that will define whether or not a property development project was successful.
It’s an architects’ job to be creative and design a building that will stand out and provide convenient use of the property for all of the tenants and residents. Contractors, on the other hand, mainly think about how they are going to build what the architect has designed, and how they are going to manage their construction teams, equipment, and logistics throughout the construction process.
For real estate developers, it's an entirely different ball game with different metrics for success.
Here at Swapp, we understand that some of the most important attributes for real estate developers in every project are:
Shortening the planning process to maximize the projects’ annual ROI
Maximizing the amount of units being built while increasing the yield per unit
Optimizing design options to reach a higher marketability score