We work with passion!
All of DreamQuest Tiny Neighborhood programs were developed and designed in direct response to the growing attainable workforce housing crisis, community feedback and integrating industry best practices.
DreamQuest Tiny Neighborhoods has developed in collaboration with our partners and industry experts, a four-stage process to realize our mission.
Community Building – Land Acquisition – Entitlement - Asset Management
DQTN and our partners seek to provide a voice for those that are most affected by the attainable workforce housing crisis – the working class American. We align with key stakeholders to create opportunities for connection and knowledge sharing with our partners and friends. Through our social media, newsletter, and community organizing efforts, we will further place a spotlight on this important issue and strengthen the collective voice of those affected directly and indirectly.
Our team is continuously at the forefront of identifying and collating research, legislative actions, current events, and news that impact attainable workforce housing. Topic areas include fair housing practices, housing inventory growth, housing initiatives and state level programs, insurance premiums, interest rates and real estate trends. Through this work, our goal is to engage government, private industry, and philanthropists to place this crisis at the forefront of their priorities.
DQTN completes a thorough market analysis and evaluation process to determine the areas that would be prime for a tiny neighborhood development. To date, we have completed this review process on numerous locations in the Central Florida area and have entered into a contract for Blue Lake Cove, an 87 tiny homes neighborhood in Deland, Florida.
DQTN’s real estate specialists will coordinate and lead the legal process to secure government approval for rezoning requirements, if needed, and gain approval of development plans. This complex process involves working with a zoning and entitlement attorney by managing the logistics in obtaining required documents for an application. Documents typically include engineering reports, renderings, architectural designs along with research and documentation to support the reason for the rezoning request.
As the backbone of America, the middle class provides essential services that cannot be easily replaced or eliminated. They are the all-important consumer that fuels the economic health of our nation. DQTN will provide quality support as the property manager for all developed DreamQuest Tiny Neighborhoods. We will ensure proper maintenance and upkeep of all communities to homeowners’ satisfaction. DQTN will provide jobs and skills training to local residents and when possible, purchase from local vendors, further strengthening the local economy.