NAHB
Local Impact of Home Building in a City, County, Metro Area or State Input Requirements Form

For a fee, NAHB produces customized studies that analyze the local (metro, county not part of a metropolitan area or state) impact of building homes in a specific city, county, metropolitan area, or state. The form below shows most of the customer provided information NAHB economists need to run the customized models and produce a study.

Turnaround time is two weeks after the customer agrees to pay the fee and provides the input information in its final form. Finalizing the inputs may cause some delay.

If the form is submitted electronically, NAHB Housing Policy Economist, Na Zhao will follow up about the fee and other outstanding items on form. Customers are also welcome to contact Na with any questions prior to filling out the form, at 1-800-368-5242, ext. 8398 or nzhao@nahb.org.


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GENERAL

* Name, Address and Phone Number of Person Submitting this Form:
* E-mail Address of Submitter:
* Name and Number of State or Local HBA :
* Where is the construction located:

(Name of MSA or non-metro county)
* Do builders and subcontractors pay local sales tax when purchasing construction materials :
Yes
No
(Local sales tax does not include state sales tax.)
If yes, what is the rate:

(percentage)

SINGLE-FAMILY CONSTRUCTION

* Number of homes to analyze:

(May be actual number of homes built, or a round number like 100)
* Average selling price:
* Value of raw land per unit:

(Value of appropriately zoned land only; no site preparation)
* Permit/hook-up/impact/other fees per unit :

(Should include all construction-related fees paid to local government)
* Property tax:

(Dollar amount per home or percentage)
* Assessment ratio:

(Assessed value - for property tax purposes - divided by market value, should be less than or equal to one)
* Homestead exemption:

(Generally a dollar amount, often it is zero)

MULTIFAMILY CONSTRUCTION

* Number of housing units to analyze:

(May be actual number of units built, or a round number like 100)
* Average selling price per unit:
* Value of raw land per unit:

(Value of appropriately zoned land only; no site preparation)
* Permit/hook-up/impact/other fees per unit :

(Should include all construction-related fees paid to local government)
* Property tax:

(Dollar amount per home, or percentage)
* Assessment ratio:

(Assessed value - for property tax purposes - divided by market value, should be less than or equal to one)
* How many units are condos:

(Intended for owner occupancy)
* Homestead exemption that applies to condos:

(Dollar amount or percentage. Generally a dollar amount, often it is zero)
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