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Real Estate Developer Course - Lagos
Value add and opportunistic property investments are complex both in their initial scope and their cash flow projections. Development projects require greater skill and flexibility from Analysts and an ability to work with simultaneously with project partners. This course will show delegates how to appraise projects in Excel, incorporate and communicate updates as they happen and ultimately understand how to convert an opportunistic property investment into a core asset that can be sold on.
Development financing can be trickier than straightforward senior debt investment financing. This is because finance is often required in stages. The brought forward carried forward method demonstrated on the course, is the easiest way to deal with programmed debt drawdown functions and rolled-up interest.
The assessment of project specific risk is arguably much more important in development schemes. Sensitivity analysis and scenario analysis are covered in the final section of the course
On this course you will…
Learn how to calculate land and profit residuals
Learn how to structure a full development cash flow, including phased sales, S-curve and straight line cost functions
You will be taught how to find maximum bidding prices for site development and building refurbishments
Understanding development financing considerations and learn how to optimise financing
Analyse financial and project completion risks
Employ best practice and find solutions to common modelling problems
Who will benefit from this course?
Real Estate professionals at any level with exposure to real estate financial models on a frequent basis
Learn how to build a discounted cash flow, analyse returns and understand the components of development models
Gross versus Net Yields, calculating Net Development Value (NDV)
Profit residual, with and without financing
Site residual, how to calculate profit without knowing your costs.
Introducing financing to site residual calculations
Purchase price and acquisition costs
Phased Sales, marketing and disposal costs
Modelling construction costs using straight line basis, fixed costs, variable costs, incidental costs and construction fees
Income and expenditure project functions
Logic functions, logic tables and array formulae
Learn how to build a detailed property development project cash flow, add financing and perform risk analysis on commercial development projects
Multiple IRRs, competing projects, scoping and linear programming, maximising performance
Return metrics: Equity profit ratio (EPR), Costs paid out of proceeds (POP), Profit on cost ratio (PCR)
Alternative site calculation, Net present value (NPV),
Modelling construction costs using S-curve , variable costs,incidental costs and construction fees
Switching between scenarios
Introduction to Development financing, Pari Passu versus Equity First Financing
Debt scheduling: brought forward and carried forward method
Consideration of the impact of development finance interest, fees and covenants