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There is one reason major markets are dominated by big builders - scale.

Big builders can afford the best business intelligence and technology, rely on tried and true systems integration, and demand the best prices. Economies of scale allow major builders to operate with vastly better margins, quicker turns on capital and a higher level of presence in the market. These factors combine to give big builders their most powerful advantage - market share.

Why is market share so powerful? Because it creates a feedback loop that allows them to develop an even larger economy of scale.

It's almost impossible to overcome the advantages that giant builders produce for themselves. However, you can take much of what they spent hundreds of millions of dollars to develop and leverage that against builders of your scale or even larger, capturing market share and creating your own feedback loop. It all starts with knowing how and when it is appropriate to do so.

"SAF-America and American Dream Development, in conjunction with Community Alliance

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Partners, brings economies of scale to small economies. Our focus on continual process improvement, our significant shortening of the learning curve and our relationships with leading national suppliers and vendors, can help your business experience a higher level of function ability and profitability, as well as encouraging the expansion of your market share.

As project managers, we use the following "big builder" approaches:

Systems Integration
Sustainable Business Modeling
Strategic Planning
Diagnostic Analysis
Business Intelligence



   


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