Who bears the burden of development impact fees? ( USA)

F. E. Huffman, Arthur Christian Nelson, M. T. Smith, M. A. Stegman

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Abstract

Theorizes how the real estate market will respond to development impact fees. Looks at the effects of impact fees on residential and nonresidential real estate under different supply and demand relationships and in the short term and long term. Examines prices that developers, homebuyers, and landowners pay or receive, and explores how impact fees affect the distribution of development among communities in metropolitan areas. Concludes that neither developers nor landowners will bear the major burden; consumers - homebuyers, renters, or nonresidential tenants - will pay the major share of development impact fees in the long term. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationJournal - American Planning Association
Pages49-55
Number of pages7
Volume54
Edition1
StatePublished - 1988
Externally publishedYes

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Huffman, F. E., Nelson, A. C., Smith, M. T., & Stegman, M. A. (1988). Who bears the burden of development impact fees? ( USA). In Journal - American Planning Association (1 ed., Vol. 54, pp. 49-55)

Who bears the burden of development impact fees? ( USA). / Huffman, F. E.; Nelson, Arthur Christian; Smith, M. T.; Stegman, M. A.

Journal - American Planning Association. Vol. 54 1. ed. 1988. p. 49-55.

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Huffman, FE, Nelson, AC, Smith, MT & Stegman, MA 1988, Who bears the burden of development impact fees? ( USA). in Journal - American Planning Association. 1 edn, vol. 54, pp. 49-55.
Huffman FE, Nelson AC, Smith MT, Stegman MA. Who bears the burden of development impact fees? ( USA). In Journal - American Planning Association. 1 ed. Vol. 54. 1988. p. 49-55
Huffman, F. E. ; Nelson, Arthur Christian ; Smith, M. T. ; Stegman, M. A. / Who bears the burden of development impact fees? ( USA). Journal - American Planning Association. Vol. 54 1. ed. 1988. pp. 49-55
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