Project Feasibility Studies - Continued...
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financial feasibility studies are pro forma financial presentations
based upon the findings of the market study as to the space plan,
routine rental rates, CAM fees/charges, percentage rents, tenants
improvements, capital financing structure and syndication models all
rolled up into a consolidated report that includes a technical
discussion of the empirical assumptions, charts, graphs and a
presentation of all notes for the construction program, the operating
program and a consolidated pro forma financial presentation that can
easily exceed 250 pages.
prepares shopping center feasibility studies
pursuant to typical commercial terms:
Feasibility Study: $12,500 to $15,000. Terms: must be paid
in advance (otherwise, the study will not qualify as an arm's-length
market study for the purposes of obtaining a commercial construction
mortgage financing loan). Delivery is no later than 45 days;
if the study is not delivered on time, the client will receive a
full refund and be able to keep the study (provided the client
didn't cause the delay).
Feasibility Study: $15,000. Terms: are 50% upon acceptance
of agreement and the balance when the study is complete and ready to
be delivered. Pricing includes free revisions for period of 30
Proposals: $3,500 to $7,500. Terms: paid in
advance upon acceptance of services agreement.
Plans: $3,500 to $7,500 (execution and management of the plan
requires the payment of additional fees that may be deferred to
closing in some cases). Terms: paid in advance upon
acceptance of services agreement.
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