About DPFG

Real Estate Professional Services

DPFG is committed to providing the real estate development community custom professional services. The firm prides itself on being able to obtain the relevant facts surrounding each transaction and properly advising clients based on such information. The consultants at DPFG are focused on providing services that help our land developer and builder clients navigate the development and construction process in a timely and cost efficient manner.

Recent News and Updates


    Development Planning and Financial Group has continually supported the Riverside County Building Industry Associationís Chapter through their generous support of the Annual Partnership
    Program, Golf Tournament and many other Chapter events throughout the year. Members of their staff are active in our Leaders of Tomorrow Group and in addition our Governmental Affairs Team has relied on the technical expertise of DPFG to assist with the technical validation of development impact fee studies, user fee studies and all municipal fee related exactions that are levied against future development

    Homebuilder Confidence in U.S. Climbs as Outlook Improves

    Confidence among U.S. homebuilders improved in May for the first time in five months as buyers rush to take advantage of near record-low mortgage rates.
    The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo index of builder confidence rose to 44 from a revised 41 in April, the Washington-based group reported today. The median forecast in a Bloomberg survey called for an increase to 43. Readings below 50 mean more respondents said conditions were poor.

    South Atlanta Pushes for Community Improvement District

    Hoping to strengthen the economic vitality of the Camp Creek corridor, several leaders from Southwest Atlanta, as well as East Point, College Park and Fulton County, want to create a community improvement district. The aim is to lure more retail and the logistics-related businesses, according to a recent report in the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Such entities, or CIDs as they're called, are created when businesses agree to raise money by taxing themselves, with those monies going toward improving infrastructure and boosting economic development.

    Sacramento City Council Approves Arena Term Sheet

    The Sacramento City Council voted 7-2 to approve a financial term sheet to build a new $447.7 million sports and entertainment arena in downtown Sacramento on Tuesday night. The City Councilís decision paves the way for the usage of the cityís parking operations. In reference to the term sheet, $258 million would be used to finance the project. $189.7 million is to be paid by an investor group led by billionaire Ron Burkle.