Purchasing property without the appropriate due diligence research to determine the permitted uses for the property, if a property can be used for a specific purposes, and the time and costs associated with entitling the property can lead to costly mistakes for commercial and residential real estate professionals and their clients.
The process of obtaining discretionary land use and planning approvals; grading, building, and other construction related permits; utility approvals/permits; and entitlements from other governmental/municipal agencies for commercial shell/tenant improvements construction and residential track/multi-family construction projects can be an overwhelming and time consuming task; and if these approvals and permits are not issued in a timely basis, the schedule, and consequently the budget of the project can increase significantly.
Strom Entitlement-Permitting Project Management can complete this due diligence/feasibility research and manage the entitlement/permitting process. Strom uses proven leadership, persuasion, technical expertise, team building, and communication skills to complete the research and lock in time and cost commitments for the land use, planning, and/or construction permitting phase of your project.
Terry Strom, has a verifiable track record of entitling projects in 1/3 to 1/2 less than the average time requirement. He has over 25 years of experience managing the entitlement, design, and construction of capital improvement/development projects both in the private and public sectors. In additional to this hands-on experience, Mr. Strom comes well-credentialed with a registered Civil Engineer designation, an MBA from USC, Masters of Public Administration from National University, and certificates in Land Use and Environmental Planning from UC Riverside and Real Estate Finance, Investments, and Development Program from the University of San Diego. However, most importantly, Terry aggressively pursues the due diligence research and project entitlement and permitting requirements while maintaining a cooperative and respectful relationship with each agency.