A financial feasibility analysis can help to identify whether your proposed development will be a financial success or a failure. It will highlight potential problems or risk you may face along the way enabling you to undertake sensitivity analysis to better understand the risks. This systematic method of taking into account all projected costs and income provides clear direction to ensure a successful financial outcome for a project.
Stage 1: Introduction to Financial Feasibility
Run as a practical workshop, the stage 1 course provides attendees with a basic understanding of how to conduct a financial feasibility study. Attendees will be taken through the theory of discounted cash flow and terms used including IRR, PV and NPV. This course also introduces attendees to a lead software package, ARGUS EstateMaster through data input.
Who Should Attend Stage 1?
This course is designed for those with limited industry experience, with technical backgrounds, or those who work with developers and want to have a better understanding of the development and feasibility process.
Learning Outcomes for Stage 1
- Introduction to operating ARGUS EstateMaster
- Understand the theory behind discounted cash flow
- Understand the key performance indicators used when assessing the profitability and economic viability of a development project e.g. IRR, ROI, ROE
- Identify different finance options, sources and terms
- Understand methods for determining land price
- Identify and find relevant data for your analysis
Additional Course Information
Member Course Fees:
UDIA NSW Member Registration: $825
Non-Member Course Fees:
Non-Member Registration: $995
Group Discount – Member Only Offer
Register four or more people to attend the full four-day course and receive a 10% discount. All registrations must be received by UDIA NSW at the same time.
Unique Learning Environment
Through applied knowledge, relevant and timely information the provision of practical examples, attendees are able to immediately apply what they learn in the classroom back in the office. Attendees are also given a unique opportunity to network with fellow attendees and guest presenters through our small group structure and networking group lunch.
If this course is relevant to your immediate or long term training needs you can claim CPD points. Please note that UDIA NSW does not award CPD points. Please contact your relevant association or certifying body to confirm how many CPD points this selected course would be awarded prior to registering.
Course Delivered and Hosted by
Altus Group is a leading provider of independent advisory services, software and data solutions to the global commercial real estate industry. Altus Group empower clients to analyse, gain insight and recognise value on their real estate investments.