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Single Family For Rent Developments

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Single Family For Rent Developments
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What they are? Just a “new” type of multi-family development? Why we are seeing them? Single family for rent developments are becoming more popular in satisfying the ever increasing demand and filling the ever decreasing housing supply for “renters-by-choice”, starter homes, attainable housing, and the “missing middle” housing. This session presents the typical regulatory challenges faced by cities and developers and best practices for developing and regulating Single Family-for-Rent developments.  

Includes: Video Audio Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 0.75
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Property Owners Association Law | Real Estate Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2024

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1. Single Family For Rent Developments (Jun 2023)

William S. Dahlstrom, Luke Franz, Colton Katzen

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Single Family For Rent Developments (Jun 2023)

What they are? Just a “new” type of multi-family development? Why we are seeing them? Single family for rent developments are becoming more popular in satisfying the ever increasing demand and filling the ever decreasing housing supply for “renters-by-choice”, starter homes, attainable housing, and the “missing middle” housing. This session presents the typical regulatory challenges faced by cities and developers and best practices for developing and regulating Single Family-for-Rent developments.  

Originally presented: Apr 2023 Land Use Conference

William S. Dahlstrom, Jackson Walker LLP - Dallas, TX
Luke Franz, Jackson Walker LLP - Dallas, TX
Colton Katzen, Urban Moment - Austin, TX