GG Land Group's Strength
Our team that brings 30+ years of relationships in the area. It is through leveraging these relationships that we often get the first shot at prime real estate opportunities from the land owners. In addition we have an extensive amount of relationships within the local political community that we enter. In our opinion, this is essential in getting anything accomplished from an entitlement perspective. Lastly we also have a number of relationships within the various governmental agencies that help us work through and expedite the federal governmental policies.
GG Land Group's Goal
Management at GGLG brings talents together to form a synergistic real estate company outside the paradigm. Ultimately creating real estate opportunities by cultivating strong relationships.
The GGLG approach is what gives GGLG its competitive advantage. This approach involves finding and cultivating relationships with local land owners, engineers and city officials. By maintaining these relationships, GGLG can more effectively mitigate risk and keep resources and processes on track and on time.
These relationships allow GGLG to acquire sites, primarily not on the market, and use our extensive experience to remedy entitlement issues. This methodology allows GGLG to deliver a clean and approved project for the end users.
Development opportunities are all around you, No one size fits all when it comes to development opportunities but this leading land developer has a few ideas on where to look.
We have seen a number of changes in the development pattern for off campus student housing over the years. My company is primarily a horizontal land development company and over the last 25 years we have prospered and suffered through numerous real estate cycles and with different real estate asset classes.
When the financial markets started to get their legs back and began looking to place money, the student housing market became a desired sector to participate in. The core group of players were well-positioned and looking to increase their share of the market. In addition, new players who had multifamily experience started to get financially organized and enter the sector as well.