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Low inventory in NWA, potential for lower land cost in outlying areas and concerns about density during covid has led investors to look outside municipalities for building/developing affordable housing.
A major hurdle to developing these areas have been infrastructure. Current code allows only one dwelling per acre in the counties; prohibiting any chance of supplementing the nearly 0% of affordable housing on the market today. One possible solution is septic systems designed for small communities.
We're bringing back our contractor, Jon Jouvenaux, and his newest associate, Piper Satterfield, to show us how this might work. They will discuss:
Jon Jouvenaux is President of BBB Septic, Storm Shelters and Portable Toilets. An active investor for 15+ years, he brings the perfect combination of knowledgeable expertise in all things septic and the instincts and know-how of a savvy investor. Jon has been a Champion of REI NWA, a mentor and guide to many investors and is well-respected in the NWA community.
- What to know about the site before buying
- Important factors in site location
- How NOT to disturb the soil
- Understanding layout and density design
- When to bring in the engineers & what they can tell you
- Navigating the permit process
Piper Satterfield is a Septic Design Specialist and the newest addition to the BBB Septic team. A former Sr Environmental Health Specialist with the AR Dept of Health, Piper specializes in onsite wastewater from inspecting it, testing it and determining where it should go. She brings knowledge, experience and connections to every project.
Join us for this in-depth discussion about a new, creative approach to building affordable housing. Bring your questions, ideas and comments and hear from the pros what is possible, probable and profitable.