➸ [Read] ➳ The Rise of the Community Builders: The American Real Estate Industry and Urban Land Planning By Marc A. Weiss ➽ – Sharkmotorcyclehelmets.co.uk

This Is A Reprint Of A Book It Is To Be Hand Scanned, So As Not To Destroy The Text Or Cover, And Returned To Beard Books The Book Deals With The Evolution Of Real Estate Development In The United States, Focusing On The Rise Of Planned Communities Common In The American Suburbs Since The S Rise of the Community Builders demonstrates the impact of real estate firms that created subdivisions, community builders, and their role in the industry and particularly urban planning Many of the tools used to create and maintain subdivisions, lot size and minimum housing construction costs, and other restrictions later became accepted as good urban planning This also included racially restrictive covenants He focuses on changes with the Los Angeles Realty Board and the California Real Estate Association, demonstrating how these case studies really impacted real estate nationally What i appreciate most about this text is the archival excavation He unearths some forgotten planning documents and sources to weave this narrative Most helpful for my own research is his investigation into what realtors said themselves He utilizes publications like CREA s California Real Estate magazine and even the League of California Municipalities Pacific Municipalities He also utilizes proceedings from national and state Conferences of City Planning Great resource for identifying sources, in the same way his 1986 case study on Berkeley lifted up sources about residential segregation in Berkeley.