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The City is hoping to build on this study in the future to track trends and look for areas that suggest further study. The desired study will contain a framework which is replicable over time, allowing the City to track and benchmark certain data points in the future.
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The City Council has budgeted up to $40,000 for the study.
The City has indicated that data collection is expected to be conducted prior to mid-April, to coincide with the end of the Michigan State University academic year. The report should be finalized by early summer 2020.
The RFQ/P does refer to submarkets, such as the Northern Tier, downtown and those neighborhoods proximate to Michigan State University.
Data on all properties in East Lansing is available via this link: https://bsaonline.com/?uid=138. Our staff can provide information in regards to properties that have a rental license, with type, occupancy and other related information. Some additional information is available through our Assessor’s office, which can provide additional data to the selected respondent, as staff resources allow.
We don’t anticipate public input sessions leading up to the development of the study. However, we do anticipate a high level of public interest in the results of the study, as well as the anticipated next steps. If you’d like to propose additional outreach, we might suggest that you offer it as a phase 2 consideration.
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