Here’s to a great year one. We want to wish a Happy First Anniversary to Matthew Scott, who joined Real Projectives® in June 2017. As a project manager, Matthew is responsible for performing diligence, overseeing development and managing capital renovation projects throughout the U.S. He applies experience as a contractor... read more →
Choosing the right types of contracts for your project. Selecting the right approach and negotiating appropriate project contracts with vendors are important to the success of renovations or new construction projects. Because there are so many related factors that need addressing, including scope, schedule, price, and payment terms, real estate... read more →
Line up those inspections stat. For the health and safety of a community, no construction or renovation project goes uninspected, and many require multiple inspections from a variety of agencies. Unfortunately, with all of the activity in most jurisdictions, inspectors are very busy—and there are fewer and fewer of them... read more →
Avoid the pitfalls of material shortages. We all understand the laws of supply and demand. But in the U.S. in general, plus being spoiled by the Amazon effect, we have come to expect products and materials to be in ample supply whenever we want them. Unfortunately, in the real estate... read more →
Real Projectives’ Movers & Shakers We are thrilled to announce that Bryan Burnette has been elevated to the position of Director of Project Management. He has been with Real Projectives since June of 2016, successfully serving our many clients with their real estate advisory needs. He has meticulously managed complicated... read more →
Without proper planning, construction labor shortages could leave your project short. You know the old saying that “time is money”, but what happens when money isn’t enough to resolve a resource shortage? The U.S. real estate industry is experiencing a boom. However, there’s a catch. That growth is predicated on... read more →
The self-storage industry has recently seen a notable increase in the number of facilities emerging within urban areas. Two of Real Projectives’ senior project managers, Greg Wilhelm-Wenzel and Bryan Burnette, share their thoughts on the opportunities and consequences this new storage boom could bring. The Charlotte Observer cites that demand... read more →
by Jonathan Williams Much discussion has focused on how the real estate market should adapt to preferred housing trends for millennials as they age. Bisnow recently published an article in which Bozzuto CEO, Toby Bozzuto, predicted millennials will favor longer term stay in rental housing within the cities, but that... read more →
Real Projectives had a blast at Terrapin Adventures! Our growing team improved communication, trust, and teamwork while tackling the fun exercises, including high ropes, zip line and 40 ft. swing! Below are some pictures from our adventure-filled day!
Had a great day gardening with the Community Action Council of Howard County! We at Real Projectives enjoy making a real impact on the community!