About KMA

Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. (KMA) is a full-service real estate advisory firm with offices in Berkeley, Los Angeles and San Diego. Now celebrating our 50th anniversary, we specialize in real estate advisory services with a focus on P3s, affordable housing policy and transactional work, land use economics, enhanced infrastructure financing districts along with other strategies to fund public facilities, fiscal and economic impact analyses and economic development.

As we now celebrate five decades of service, we reflect on the evolution and adaptation of our advisory practice.  Throughout the changing landscape of urban real estate development, we have never wavered in our primary goal of providing pragmatic and creative real estate advisory services to meet each client’s individual needs…

Practice Areas

KMA has extensive experience in the full spectrum of economic services relating to public/private real estate development- this integration of disciplines allows KMA to deliver extremely cost effective, coordinated service to our clients.

Real Estate Advisory

KMA assists clients with strategizing, financing and negotiating complex public private real estate development.
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Affordable Housing

KMA structures successful affordable housing transactions as well as develop effective affordable housing policies.
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Land Use Economics

KMA places a special emphasis on implement land use strategies and real estate projects that enhance quality of life.
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Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts

KMA prepares financing plans for public infrastructure improvements and has been a pioneer in establishing EIFDs.
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Fiscal and Economic Impacts

KMA evaluates the impacts of specific real estate projects and land use alternatives, for both public and private sector clients
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Economic Development

KMA helps formulate market-based strategies to enact successful economic development policy.
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Featured Projects

Rocklin – Surplus Lands Act Affordable Housing Project
UCSD La Jolla Innovation Center
Sacramento County Metro Air Park EIFD
Oceanside Economic Development Element of General Plan
Brisbane Baylands
West Hollywood Public Benefits Policy

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