Real Estate Project Yes Vote Book Launched by Public Hearing Expert Katie Coates

A new book has been launched by Katie Coates to help developers to get approval for their projects at public hearings. Called Yes Vote: The Public Hearing Plan For Developers, it helps real estate developers turn their projects into reality.

A new book outlining the steps to take to get approval for real estate projects at public hearings will be available for pre-order on December 14 through Amazon. This book, especially for real estate developers, has been launched by Katie Coates. Yes Vote: The Public Hearing Plan For Developers was written to provide advice, guidance, tips and tricks for developers who want to ensure they get support for their projects at public hearings. 

 “Yes Vote outlines a system that works to engage the community in the public review process. I have worked with Katie Coates, and her methods help developers obtain the approvals they seek. I highly recommend this book,” said Bhavesh Parikh, Development Director at Hines, a global real estate investment, development and management firm founded in 1957.

Katie Coates has designed a system for helping developers get the approval they seek at public hearings when putting forward plans for their projects. Katie is an expert in the field, and has obtained “yes” votes for her clients at dozens of city council, planning commission, and other agency public hearings.

Her new book was written especially for developers who are preparing to present their applications at public hearings around the country. With a number of key insights into the development process, it is ideal for anyone looking to get regulatory approval for their projects.

This means that anyone in need of help ahead of their own public hearing can get expert tips on navigating the entitlement process from Katie Coates through reading the book. The guidance will help them to get the ear of decision makers, giving them the confidence to get behind the project and ensure it goes ahead.

Sometimes projects end up looking hopeless, and a developer might not know which way to turn. However, even those projects that may have been declared dead in the water can be turned around with the right knowledge, strategy, and tactics.

Using the specific strategies in Yes Vote: The Public Hearing Plan for Developers, readers will be able to get through the entitlement process quickly and efficiently. This can help even the trickiest projects to get backing and come to fruition.

Katie Coates, APR has developed a systematic process to help developers get approval at public hearings as they work through the entitlement process. She has obtained Yes Votes at dozens city council, planning commission, and regional and state agency public hearings.

Her clients sing her praises after she turns around their projects by cutting through the opposition’s noise, getting the ear of influential leaders, and giving decision makers the confidence to grant developers approval.

Anyone wanting to get more support for their projects can find full details of the book Yes Vote at A free copy of the book can be obtained for a limited time at

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