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Zoning & Development for Real Estate - Chapter Summary
Our engaging chapter covers development and zoning in real estate, as well as the related topic of cluster zoning. Spot zoning and real estate plottage are also topics of discussion. If you're struggling to understand any of the subjects, feel free to contact one of our instructors for help. All of our learning materials are available for you to study 24 hours a day on your mobile device or computer. You can use the lesson quizzes as a great test prep exercise ahead of an upcoming exam. Once you complete this chapter, you should be able to:
- Explain what planned unit development (PUD) housing is
- Define spot zoning
- Describe value and increment as they apply to plottage in real estate
1. What is Cluster Zoning? - Definition & Concept
Cluster Zoning is just one type of zoning in real estate. Upon completion of this lesson, the reader shall have a firm grasp of what cluster zoning is and why people would purchase homes in cluster zoned developments.
2. What is PUD (Planned Unit Development) Housing?
In this lesson, the reader will learn about Planned Unit Development (PUD) Housing. A definition and examples will be provided, with the goal of providing the reader with sufficient information to leave the reader with a firm grasp of this type of housing development.
3. What is Spot Zoning? - Definition & Examples
In this lesson, spot zoning will be defined. Additionally, examples of spot zoning will be provided. Upon completion, the reader should have a strong knowledge of the term spot zoning and be able to apply examples to this term.
4. Plottage in Real Estate: Definition, Value & Increment
In this lesson, we'll define plottage and explain how it's used by real estate owners to combine adjacent properties and increase the value of real estate holdings.
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