Real Estate Developers Can Increase Their Odds of a Yes Vote at public hearings with strategies deve
Katie Coates, an expert in building support for real estate development projects, and author of “Yes Vote”, the book for developers who need to overcome opposition, can help developers get entitlement approval. Her unique system gets the best results to overcome opposition and find supporters.
, 10 January 2018 --
Real Estate Developers Can Increase Their Odds of a Yes Vote at public hearings with strategies developed by author and consultant Katie Coates.
Katie Coates, an expert in building support for real estate development projects, and author of “Yes Vote”, the book for developers needing to overcome opposition to real estate development, can help developers get approval as they work through the land use entitlement process. She has designed a unique system that can help people get the best results, overcome NIMBYism and other opponents, and find supporters. Katie Coates, Author and Consultant, explains that many projects that originally look hopeless and are declared dead in the water can be turned around. This is where her “Yes Vote” book and strategy sessions can help. More information can be found at http://yesvoteplan.com/ There are a number of different steps at which real estate developers need help, as they may encounter opposition during the real estate project approval process. This can include the design review board, the planning commission, city council or town council, or regional or state agency. By using the strategies discussed in “Yes Vote: The Public Hearing Plan for Developers”, readers will be able to learn how to get through the public review process successfully, and change their project’s destiny in order to get approval for their real estate projects. “By developing a strategy and implementing the tactics outlined in my book, I help clients with every aspect of their public hearing process. With the right strategy and effective implementation, a developer’s public hearings can look, sound and feel better,” Katie says. “This can lead to a yes vote so that the developer can build his project!” For anyone looking to get approval for their real estate development project, “Yes Vote: The Public Hearing Plan for Developers” can help get the best results. The book was written about specific tactics illustrated with case studies to help real estate developers get their projects approved at public hearings. It walks readers through developing a plan to strategically prepare for their public hearing. Topics covered include correcting misinformation spread by opponents, finding supporters even in a hostile environment, and formulating a clear plan for success. Katie has helped her clients achieve success at dozens of public hearings. They sing her praises after she turns around their projects. Developers can get in touch to schedule a strategy session by using the contact form provided on her website: http://yesvoteplan.com. “Yes Vote: The Public Hearing Plan for Developers” covers details about the real estate development field including the real estate entitlement process and land use. Katie’s expertise, developed over the course of 20 years working in the field, includes how to overcome opposition in real estate development, how to find supporters for a real estate project, building community acceptance, developing grass roots support for the real estate project, helping developers overcome opposition and understand residents, and specific strategies that can help developers overcome NIMBYism. These strategies work for all kinds of real estate developers, including commercial real estate development, residential real estate development, and industrial real estate development. Katie Coates, APR has developed a systematic process to help real estate developers get approval at public hearings as they work through the entitlement process. She has obtained Yes Votes for real estate developments at dozens of city council, planning commission, and regional and state agency public hearings. Her clients sing her praises after she turns around their projects by cutting through the opposition’s noise, getting the ear of influential leaders, and giving decision makers the information they need to grant real estate developers approval.
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Submitted by prcagency, Press Dev on Wednesday, 10 January 2018 at 10:01 AM