Bringing Real Value To Real Estate

MARKET RESEARCH

Landworks has a wealth of experience in designing and conducting marketing research studies for real estate developers, property management companies, home builders, construction firms and contractors, and community and economic development organizations located throughout the United States. Our residential clients include developers of both market rate and subsidized housing aimed at the general public and at special populations, such as seniors or people with disabilities.

Landworks helps you understand and explain changes in buyer behavior by examining these types of studies that drive your business day to day:

  • Market Demand Profile
  • Trade Area Studies
  • Real Estate Trends
  • Site Location and Assessment
  • Tenant Satisfaction
  • Employee Satisfaction
  • Product and Service Optimization
  • Lost Tenant Studies
  • Focus Groups
  • Layout and Optimal Room and Floor Plan Design

By understanding and tracking these dynamics in the marketplace, Landworks can help you understand where and how your company will accelerate sales so that you can optimize your business investment and results.

At Landworks, we have Real Estate industry specialists with an in-depth knowledge of the segment and a long track record providing market research insights to some of the most established real estate developers and companies. We provide the right tools, innovative approaches and analytical insights to help our clients develop new concepts and products; track and evaluate performance, advertising and promotions; and sales forecasting while incorporating everything that drives, influences and impacts brand success.

Client experience includes:

  • Commercial and Residential Properties
  • National, Regional and Local Home Builders
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Construction Firms and Contractors
  • Property Management Companies
  • Economic Development Organizations
  • Retail Companies
  • Restaurant Companies

Our assignments range from tactical projects to long term strategic programs.