Our financial assessments are ideal for individual custom home buyers, multi-family home investors, master community developers, and large-scale commercial or civic projects. Call on GIS to perform a financial assessment if you are looking to build out a subdivision, or further develop properties with apartments, condominiums, apartments, townhomes, or other cash-flow generating property proposals.
If the initial investor or developer would like to have additional investors associated with the project, a financial analysis could be exactly the kind of information those potential investors will need to see.
For multi-family units or large scale apartments we can also provide a financial cash flow analysis that will generate accurate and detailed projection of cash flow, monies from oan funding, profit & loss sheets, and budget analysis projections for the units through the renting and/or selling process.
Our financial analysis takes into account costs, estimated cash flow and income, and feasibility of the entire project. In that capacity, we can work with lenders, real estate appraisers and investors, consultants, and other officers and professionals associated with making decisions regarding your upcoming project.
What Does A GIS Financial Assessment Look LIke?
Our team uses a wide range of specialized financial documents and spreadsheets to account for the various monies, both pledged and anticipated cash flow, in order to compile an accurate financial picture of the project from start to finish. It takes into accounts comparable projects and their values, listings-sales, as well as our understanding of land valuations. It also considers the impact (direct or indirect) of palled development around the project site that may have an impact on the value of the project. This report analyses those development and external improvements to show investors what they can expect for their property investment in the future.
Our ultimate goal is to make the most of your unique build site. As a result, real estate development with GIS includes everything from deciding where you might want to build, to feasibility studies, preparing a project proforma, defining scope and project costs, hiring surveyors or geotechnical consultants when necessary, and coordination with your chosen engineering and custom home or multi-family unit design team.
If you are considering developing a site in the Seattle area and would like the opinion of an experienced professional, click the “Free Site Visit” button and we will schedule a time to meet with you.