directional growth

directional growth

The direction in which a city or town seems to be growing. This is important in appraisal and in making decisions to purchase speculative real estate to hold for later sale or development.

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We view the directional growth and expansion along the I-35 corridor as an opportunity to expand our footprint and as a precursor to entering the Austin market,' said Jim Goudge, chairman and CEO of Broadway Bank.
Second, in these interactions we characterized directional growth before and after colony interaction by using colony area and geometric center of mass.
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Prominent Strategy Consultant Will Lead Directional Growth Initiatives at Vivint
In this newly created position, Eyring will lead the organization's directional growth initiatives in home automation, residential security, and solar markets as well as provide guidance and direction on new initiatives.
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Baker will be responsible for expanding the agency's directional growth in delivering end-to-end integrated marketing communications services to Borenstein clients including print, interactive and rich media.
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