Evaluating the financial viability of a real estate development project requires an understanding of the metrics used by capital sources. Most sources will assess the project's internal rate of return to see if it meets their "hurdle" for viability. But, a project's internal rate of return depends on a detailed cash flow analysis both during construction and after close-out to show both return of and return on equity. How can a developer evaluate a project in its early stages without having accurate information on detailed cash flow? What metrics will capital sources see as legitimate means for evaluating project viability until more information becomes available? How are the metrics used early in a project consistent with a full internal rate of return analysis? This webinar discusses how to evaluate a project’s economic viability using a variety of metrics leading to a full internal rate of return analysis. Who Should Attend:
- Managers of acquisitions
- Development managers
- Project managers
- Entitlement managers
- Identifying and understanding standard metrics used to evaluate the financial viability of a real estate project.
- Understanding and calculating a full internal rate of return analysis.
- Exercises in calculating IRR.
August 16, 2011 1:30 PM Eastern