Determine long term cash flow and key financial performance initiatives to make the best investment decision.
- Rental apartments
- Student Housing
Office Once project feasibility has been determined, developers must ensure that the projected stabilized value of the project exceeds the construction costs, cost of capital, and any other costs. SVN Canada Research analyses the financial feasibility of developing, leasing, and selling a given asset, in the form of a detailed financial report suitable for joint-venture partners, mezzanine partners, and lenders.
- Site plan concept (optional) developed by SVN Canada Research and affiliates, based on a CAD survey provided by the client. This plan includes the location of the proposed building, parking area, building setbacks, and gross floor area.
- Order of magnitude development budget (optional) developed by SVN Canada Research and affiliates. Determine soft costs, construction costs, and development charges, based on the project statistics outlined by the site plan concept.
- Lease-up and absorption schedule for the project.
- 60-month cash flow detailing monthly construction cost payments, interest/financing payments, and operating revenues and expenses during and after construction.
- 10-year cash flow summary, including sensitivity of asset value and net proceeds of sale at different capitalization rate scenarios.
- Key financial metrics, including IRR, NPV, sharing of preferred returns between equity partners, cash flow distribution, profit distribution.
- Sensitivity scenarios to text cash flow and asset value sensitivity to changes in rents, unit mix, and other relevant variables.