4203 Words Oct 20th, 2012 17 Pages
Revere Street- Part I (Multifamily)
Roger Staiger III, FRICS (202) 640-8912

Gain Understanding of owner/developer issues within Real Estate Finance  Understand tools and methods for evaluating projects  Understand general structure of a project pro forma using multifamily case study  Gain basic ability to construct a project pro forma  Develop initial tools to quantify a project

2 of 82

Vehicle for Understanding
 Harvard

Business Case  Relate to Personal Projects  Individual investor/developer seeks to learn Real Estate Finance through actual investment

3 of 82

Revere Street Case Summary
Edward Alexander wants to invest in Real Estate  Alexander has $80,000 to invest

…show more content…
He has $20,000 to invest and the cost of the complex is $175,000. He anticipates that with the current market he will be able to finance 95% of the building. He anticipates the following costs for the purchase: Legal Fees ($2,000), Title Insurance ($1,000), and Mortgage Origination ($3,000). He views this as a low risk project and therefore expects the capitalization rate for the project to be 8.0% for the foreseeable future.

16 of 82

Does John have sufficient funds?
Construct Sources and Uses Statement  Determine if available / identified financing sufficient to cover initial pricing  Determine answer to Question #1

17 of 82

Sources and Uses Statement
Sources Debt Equity Total Sources Uses Purchase Price Legal Fees Title

More about Revere

Open Document