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  1. THE METRO AREA IMPACT OF HOME BUILDING IN THE CITIES OFTEMPLE & BELTON IN TEXAS Presented by Elliot F. Eisenberg, Ph.D. National Association of Home Builders October 16, 2007 Temple, TX

  2. LOCAL ECONOMIC IMPACT • Construction phase • Jobs • Materials • Local fees, taxes, contributions • Ripple or feed-back from construction • Wages spent in local economy • Occupancy phase • Earnings spent in local economy

  3. Conventional Wisdom is that more jobs produce homes • But, new homes produce more jobs too! HOUSING => JOBS

  4. CONSTRUCTION PHASE VALUE OF CONSTRUCTION INPUTS: ¨ SERVICESPROVIDED AT CLOSING ¨ PERMIT/HOOK-UP/IMPACT FEES (Info Obtained From Local Sources) MODEL OF THE LOCAL ECONOMY OUTPUTS: INCOME FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS ¨ TAX/FEE REVENUE FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

  5. MODEL OF THE LOCAL ECONOMY RIPPLE PHASE INPUTS: LOCAL INCOME & TAXES FROM PHASE I SPENDING ON LOCAL GOODS AND SERVICES Consumer Expenditure Survey (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) OUTPUTS: LOCAL INCOME & TAXES

  6. OCCUPANCY PHASE INPUTS: INCOME OF HOUSEHOLD OCCUPYING NEW HOUSING UNIT SPENDING ON LOCAL GOODS AND SERVICES ¨ PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS MODEL OF THE LOCAL ECONOMY OUTPUTS: LOCAL INCOME & TAXES

  7. The Killeen-Temple-Belton, TX MSA

  8. The Killeen-Temple-Belton, TX Multiplier Only Captures Spending that Stays in the MSA Includes: Banking, Car Repair, Dry Cleaning Day Care Services, Legal Services Newspaper Delivery, and Restaurants But not: Auto Manufacturing, Mattress Manufacturing, Movie Production, and Travel Agency Services

  9. History of the Model • Over 480 eco. impact analyses performed Users of the model include: Boone County Kentucky Habitat for Humanity, International MI State Housing Development Authority Michigan State University Missouri Housing Development Commission Univ. of Florida Univ. of Massachusetts Univ. of Montana West Virginia Housing Development Fund…

  10. Assumptions of the Model Single FamilyMultifamily Average house price: $170,781 $77,018 Average raw lot cost:$4,285$5,808 Permits/Infrastructure:$853 $461 Annual prop. taxes:$3,211 $1,802 • Average house price

  11. Economic Impact of Single Family Home Building • Construction phase • Ripple effect from construction phase • Occupancy phase • Ten year total

  12. FIRST YEAR IMPACT: SF Construction Every 100 SF Homes INCLUDING: 117 Jobs in Construction 25 Jobs in Wholesale & Retail Trade 15 Jobs in Business and Professional Services

  13. FIRST YEAR IMPACT: SF Ripple INCLUDING: 18 Jobs in Wholesale and Retail Trade 10 Jobs in Local Government 9 Jobs in Health, Education & Social Services

  14. ONGOING SF ANNUAL EFFECT INCLUDING: 14 Jobs in Wholesale and Retail Trade 10 Jobs in Local Government 7Jobs in Health, Education & Social Services

  15. TOTAL SF IMPACT: FIRST TEN YEARS 100 HOMES Along with 240 temporary jobs and 63 permanent ones!

  16. TOTAL SF IMPACT: FIRST TEN YEARS 700 HOMES Along with 1,680 temporary jobs and 441 permanent ones!

  17. BIGGEST LOCAL EMPLOYERS EMPLOYER# of FT JOBS Scott & White 6,640 Central TX Veterans Healthcare2,686 Wilsonart International 1,681 New Single Family Construction1,680 McLane Company – Corp. HQ 1,535 T.I.S.D.1,3401,535 • Average house price

  18. FIRST YEAR IMPACT: MF Construction Every 74 MF Homes INCLUDING: 50 Jobs in Construction 7 Jobs in Business and Professional Services 6 Jobs in Wholesale & Retail Trade

  19. FIRST YEAR IMPACT: MF Ripple INCLUDING: 6 Jobs in Wholesale and Retail Trade 3 Jobs in Local Government 3 Jobs in Health, Education & Social Services

  20. ONGOING MF ANNUAL EFFECT INCLUDING: 8 Jobs in Wholesale and Retail Trade 5 Jobs in Local Government 4Jobs in Health, Education & Social Services

  21. TOTAL MF IMPACT: FIRST TEN YEARS Along with 92 temporary jobs and 38 permanent ones!

  22. BUT NEW HOMES REQUIRE: INFRASTRUCTURE • Fire and police protection • Garbage collection • Parks and recreational opportunities • Roads • Primary and secondary education • Etc…

  23. Required Current Expenses per SF Unit

  24. Required Current Expenses per MF Unit

  25. Required Capital per SF Unit

  26. Required Capital per MF Unit

  27. Now that we know: The benefits of construction & The costs of construction Does new construction pay for itself?

  28. Yes it does! For every 100 SF and 74 MF units-- • By the 2nd year economic impacts offset fiscal costs • By the end of the 25th year the debt is fully paid off • In the 25th year, net is $228,580 and is $235,509 thereafter

  29. Over 30 years, every 100 SF and 74 MF units generate a cumulative $23.7 million in revenue for local governments—but only $22.5 million in costs

  30. Almost done, just a bit more

  31. Bell CountyPriced Out Analysis

  32. What does 25 years really mean? • Is it OK, or should it be done faster? • Big purchases take time to pay off. • Car loans now last 5 years, and many lease! • How fast did you pay off your student loans? • How fast are your kids paying off theirs? • Did you pay off your home in 25 years?

  33. A Closer Look at Primary and Secondary Ed. • 12.6% attend Private Schools • 1.7% are Home schooled • 0.4 school age children / MF unit • 0.6 school age children / SF unit • State aid is $321.9 million or 66% of budget

  34. How Large Are Non Property Tax Revenues • SF property taxes are$3,211/year But, yearly revenue is $5,158/unit per year, which is 61% more. • MF property taxes are$1,802/year But, yearly revenue is $3,536/unit per year, which is 96% more. • Clearly, property taxes are not the whole story!

  35. QUESTIONS? • Elliot F. Eisenberg, Ph.D. • Call: 202.266.8398 • Fax: 202.266.8426 • eeisenberg@nahb.com • 1201 15th Street NW • Washington, DC 20005-2800