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Insightful Strategies to Build Thriving Communities

Seifel Consulting provides strategic real estate and urban economic advisory services

We help our clients resolve complex urban growth issues, maximize the value of real estate assets and achieve fiscal goals. Over the past two decades, our insightful analysis has guided our private and public sector clients through the planning, funding and development of high quality residential, commercial and industrial real estate.

Our targeted strategies have enhanced economic growth and fiscal health in communities ... revitalizing downtowns, former military bases, brownfield sites and urban waterfronts. We have guided the creation of thriving communities, transit oriented developments and over 100 successful redevelopment projects.

Our clients achieve a competitive advantage by developing real estate that is both economically sound and socially responsible. Each parcel of land is precious, and we in the real estate community will be measured by the integrity, vision and permanence of our work. To that end, Seifel Consulting develops strategies that achieve our clients' desired returns and create enduring value for the communities they serve.

Four Integrated Practice Areas

Real Estatefipa_blue-box   Economicsfipa_yellow-box   Housingfipa_red-box   Redevelopmentfipa_green-box_2
Lead clients through the analysis, funding and development of sustainable real estate.   Evaluate local economies and recommend strategies to enhance economic development and fiscal health.   Facilitate housing programs and developments that realize a thriving and diverse community.   Guide community revitalization strategies and successfully navigate the changing redevelopment landscape.

Latest News

  • San Francisco Housing Forecast: 2015
    San Francisco: one of the hottest housing markets in the nation, where housing demand has surged along with job growth (about 30,000 new jobs since 2012), largely fueled by the rapid rise in “knowledge sharing” companies, like Salesforce, Twitter, AirBnB and LinkedIn. While 2014 was a banner year for housing construction in San Francisco (2,500+ housing units underway), the dramatic decline in construction during the recession means housing supply has not kept pace with demand. ...