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Financial Feasibility

 

A financial feasibility assessment is critical to the economic viability of any development or investment. Urbanics has extensive industry-based experience pertaining to financial feasibility analyses, allowing for reduced investment risk and the accurate yield of opportunities. Each analysis is tailored specifically to each client and project, including varying levels of complexity, perspective and financial structuring. Outputs of the analyses may include:

 

  • Determination of financial feasibility of a project

  • Assessment of financial performance of a real estate asset

  • Development of economic planning guidelines designed to maximize monetary return

  • Estimation of project costs, revenues, expenses and equity requirements 

  • Identification of likely sources of debt and equity funding

  • Preparation of pro forma income and cash flow statements

  • Discounted cash flow and rate of return analysis

  • Preparation of funding packages for potential lenders and investors

  • Joint venture partnership calculations including equity, debt, and profits

  • Comparative assessment of alternative development schemes

  • Assessment of market and development risks through sensitivity analysis

Some of our recent studies include:

 

Tranquille on the Lake

Tranquille, BC  (2010 to present)

The Tranquille on the Lake is a unique master-planned community. At completion the proposed development is expected to include over 2,000 DU’s, approx 650,000 sqft of commercial, hotel and related activities, agricultural land uses, farmers market, cultural/heritage land uses, and educational land uses.  Our involvement with the project includes:

  • Preparation of the preliminary master plan 

  • Market analysis

  • Financial feasibility

  • Entitlements and negotiations with the City 

Whitecap Dakota First Nation Market Study and Financial Feasibility Study

Saskatoon, SK (2011)

The proposed master-planned community is on a 120 acre site in the Whitecap Dakota First Nation reserve lands. The study identified the optimal residential product mix to serve local primary housing as well as secondary and retirement housing needs. At completion, in addition to housing, the development is expected to include a nursery and a garden centre, RV Parks, waterfront precinct with a tenting village on the riverfront and a hotel, arena, and retail stores in the casino precinct area. Our involvement with the project includes:

  • Preparation of the preliminary master plan 

  • Market analysis

  • Financial feasibility

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