On Monday we talked about real estate investing loans, specifically loans used to purchase rental properties where the borrow is not planning on occupying the majority of the building. Today, I’d like to focus on real estate development and construction loans as they relate to the purchase and development of raw land. Real estate development and raw land Before we go any further, keep in mind that today we are not focusing on construction loans that a borrower might use to fund the development of their own primary residence. Today we are talking about loans used by developers. Real estate development and construction loans are definitely considered speculative. Meaning, they are strictly for investment purposes and most lenders will see them as riskier. Therefore, they will look at them with more scrutiny. If you are considering buying raw land that you will hold for a while and them sell, or subdividing and adding utilities to, then the first thing to understand is that lenders will likely not fund as much of the purchase price as they would with other types of business loans. With real estate loans for rental properties an average loan-to-value might be 75%. Meaning the lender will provide a loan amount up to 75% of the the purchase price or appraised price, whichever is less. With raw land loans you are looking at closer to a 60-65% loan-to-value, meaning you as the borrower would need to add 10-15% more in cash into the deal to get it done. Once you get the land purchased you then need to setup any construction loans needed. Construction loans The construction loan piece of real estate development works a lot like construction loans for a primary residence. The lender will agree to a maximum loan amount based on what is called an “as appraised” value. Then, as the builder completes work they can draw on the loan. A key point here is that the percentage of work completed is compared to the percentage of the funded loan amount. So, if your construction work is 50% complete but you are asking the lender to have funded 75% of the loan amount then you are likely to get denied. Therefore, the builder must ensure that the construction progress matches the amount of the loan that gets funded. Next up We are moving into Friday where I will be talking about borrowing money to invest in stock trading. This could be a strange concept to many, but it happens all the time. Join my online community at JonathanMillsPatrick.com or connect with me on social media at: https://twitter.com/jmillspatrick https://facebook.com/JonathanMillsPatrickcom https://instagram.com/JonathanMillsPatrickcom Finally, if you'd like to learn more FREE resources on funding a business head to http://jonathanmillspatrick.com/ebooks/
Views: 177 Jonathan Mills Patrick
Free software at http://RehabValuator.com This is a case study of a new construction duplex - everything from deal structure to financing to presenting the deal proposal to your banker!
Views: 13527 RehabValuator
I wanted to do something a little different today and share some insights into how we manage all of our property renovation, development and conversion projects using two project management tools that are ideal for property investors. We use these tools to track the tasks and schedules on each of our property projects across our (small) team, so everyone has full visibility to what's happened and what needs to happen to deliver successful projects. If you like this video and want to see more tips on running a successful project management business please let me know, and ask any questions you might have on running your own property investment projects. Property investment, property investing uk, property investing tips, property investing strategy, property investment for beginners, buy to let, buy to let uk, buy to let property investment, house of multiple occupation, hmo property investment, property development , property development for beginners, asana, instagantt
Views: 3397 Inside Property Investing
Jeffrey Levine of Douglaston Development sits down with Jessica Abo to share his advice for anyone who wants to work in real estate.
Views: 4943 Entrepreneur
Financial Modeling 101: Enable HD Video & learn how to model a construction loan for a ground-up development. Many construction projects will require you to create a financial model to calculate your interest expense and reserve. In this video you will learn about circular debt in excel. This is a modeling video that will teach you about construction funding and interest. Part 1: https://youtu.be/FfKVySRO0Hw Download the Excel Files Here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/18nwkxr6s9m9a03/Basic%20Construction%20Model%20-%20Part%201%20Blank.xlsx?dl=0 Navigate to the Ground-up development exercise section and follow alongside this video.
Views: 7406 Noe Perrin
A interview and Q&A with Billionaire Real Estate developer and owner of the Miami Dolphins, Stephen Ross. In this interview Stephens answers many questions relating to real estate, including how he got started, plans for the future and advice he received along the way. Stephens also talks about his career and gives advice to those just starting theirs. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 9:44 Start of Stephen Ross 10:13 Impression of Detroit and Law school 12:11 What goes into the decision making process to invest and develop an area?(Time Warner Center) 14:49 What will the experience be of Hudson Yards? 18:30 Why isn't a development like this happening in Detroit? 20:18 What accomplishment of yours would your uncle be most proud off? 21:29 What do you hope the impact of your philanthropic work will have? 22:22 How has owning Miami Dolphins changed the way you want to give back? 23:48 What has challenged you most about owning a sport team? 24:48 Has your legal background helped you in real estate? 25:44 Advice for entrepreneurs? 26:26 Start of Q&A 26:39 Inspiration for RISE? 31:57 What aspect of developing real estate was most challenging to you early in your career? 32:58 When your project is big, how do you break it down? 34:02 Favourite memory of living in Detroit? 34:50 Value of a J.D? 36:50 How do you chose your philanthropic causes? 38:05 Would soccer become a major sport in the U.S? 41:38 Advice for going into bigger Real Estate developments? 42:52 How to find deals and weigh risk and reward? 44:20 The role you want to play in Detroit as a developer? 45:36 Thoughts of location of sports stadiums, and can they bring a community together? 47:49 When you graduated, did you aspire the heights you have achieved? 48:29 What does success look like? 49:00 What is a day in your life like? 49:41 What do you hope to be the ultimate impact of your philanthropic investments? 50:22 Who was your mentor? What advice did they give you? 51:31 What is the best role in a university for a philanthropist? 51:55 How do you get a chance to work for you? 52:29 Impact of 9/11 on you as a developer? 54:16 When did development pick up again? 55:46 Was there a time at Law school that helped your career? 57:57 If you were to come back to Detroit in 10 years, what would you like to see? Interview Date: 23rd April, 2015 Event: An Evening with Stephen Ross at Wayne Law Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/SROSSPic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
Views: 15018 Investors Archive
An interview with billionaire Realestate tycoon Stephen Ross. In this interview Stephen discuses his early life and how he became involved in real estate. Stephen also talks of his big projects throughout his career and work outside of real estate, such as the Miami Dolphins. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Video Segments: 0:00Introduction 0:29 Start of interview 1:10Early life 2:15 Not a good student 2:48 University 3:21 Coming to New York 3:51 Working as a Tax Attorney 5:17 Working in Real Estate investment banking 6:38 Bear Sterns 7:16 Becoming a Real Estate developer 9:38 Opening up first offices 11:34 Developing affordable units 12:05 Riverwalk project 14:22 First office building project 15:35 Battery Park City 16:11 625 Madison Avenue 16:56 Time Warner Center 20:12 Difficult times/ REIT 22:43 Expansion 23:15 Giving back 24:35 Miami Dolphins 25:24 Hudson Yards Interview Date: 22 September, 2010 Event: Building NY Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/StephenRPic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising.
Views: 52099 Investors Archive
Episode 10 on Vicariously Podcast, released April 26, 2017. Mike Halow took the leap of faith in 2009 to start Premia Capital. After almost 16 months into the venture, he had yet to close his first deal. Only eight years later, Premia Capital has purchased and developed over $400-million of Class A and creative office property on the San Francisco Peninsula. Mike shares stories and insights from his entrepreneurial journey that have helped him now showcase a robust and diverse commercial portfolio.
Views: 6383 Vicariously Podcast
How long does it take to build a condominium apartment? How much will it cost? Who wants to buy a condo 4 or 5 years before its built? Brad J Lamb, founder of Lamb Development Corporation answers these questions and more in this instalment of the Did You Know video series by Fortress Real Developments. Mr. Lamb explains the relatively long and complicated development process in just two and half minutes. He does this by breaking down the process into 5 steps providing his unique insights as both a developer and real estate broker.
Views: 17313 Fortress Real Developments
How much should you pay for the land when you want to develop it for a new home or an urban infill project? This is a common question from newbie real estate investors and the value of a piece of land or a house is usually determined by the market. Different buyers in a market though, might be looking at different things. If someone who wants to buy a house and live in it, the value can be tied to emotions or from comps in the area. If someone wants to buy a house to rent out, the value can be determined by the rent that can be achieved. In my case, I buy a lot of properties for urban infill, meaning that I build new, houses on lots in urban areas. For me, the value of the land is directly tied to the price of the finished, new home. In this video, I walk through of land or lot acquisition cost analysis for a new construction, spec home build for an urban infill real estate investment project. This spreadsheet is not meant to be all-inclusive of every cost I might have in a project, but a quick look to help me determine if a property is worth pursuing. Download the spreadsheet used in this video at https://www.evernote.com/shard/s3/sh/a42d0a1c-3f16-4638-9d53-083d22f65406/130ea2f5cc89a89787c31c6e4d81fb32 If you would like to learn more about real estate investing or building spec homes, you can find all of my videos at lynncurriebuilds.com
Views: 17256 Lynn Currie
3 pieces of advice on how to become a property developer. If you dream of making money from property development then this video is for you. To find more videos, blogs and more about getting started in property development head over to: www.prosperbyproperty.com
Views: 74202 Prosper By Property
Check out our blog http://www.thachrealestategroup.com/what-are-the-differences-between-a-builder-and-developer-ask-thach/ Where the main discussion continues... Ask Thach Question today is "What are the Differences between a Builder and Developer?" If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to our channel and sign up for your free weekly real estate business and life advice. http://www.ThachRealEstateGroup.com Ask Thach Nguyen http://www.thachrealestategroup.com/ask-thach-nguyen-seattle-real-estate-agent/ Beacon Hill, Seattle, WA Builders, Developers, and Real Estate Agents http://youtu.be/hSuRyxnEooQ
Views: 2866 Thach Real Estate Group
Nikhil Sivadas stumbles upon a new term 'commercial mortgage backed securities' in the market. He tries to find out how this is becoming a new route for Indian real estate developers to raise funds. Watch more videos: http://www.ndtv.com/video?yt
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BitRent is the first blockchain platform meant to attract commercial and residential property investments at an early stage of construction in order to gain maximum profit. Check more information here: http://bitrent.io/ BitRent platform enables every individual on Earth invest and own any commercial and residential property item. We make buying hotels, businesses and shopping centers affordable to everyone. Our goal is to develop a platform based on blockchain technology and attract construction industry investments. Investment projects are buildings with chips implanted in all constructional elements. Such innovation allows all participants get complete information on real estate items within a decentralized network in real time. More information here: https://www.reddit.com/r/BitRent/ https://www.facebook.com/BitRent-345889972537572/ https://twitter.com/bit_rent https://medium.com/@bitrent https://t.me/bitrent https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2214811 https://steemit.com/ https://www.instagram.com/bitrent_official/
Views: 104270 BitRent
It takes more than a bank to finance the construction of a new housing development. There are many different parties involved in financing housing communities. A key component of any successful development project in Canada is having the right capital stack. What is a capital stack? Watch this video to find out. The Did You Know video series is brought to you by Fortress Real Developments.
Views: 6565 Fortress Real Developments
In this Opportunistic Real Estate Private Equity Case Study tutorial video, you'll learn what to expect in real estate private equity case studies, and you'll get an example of a real opportunistic RE PE case study with the solution file and a walk-through of the key points. Get all the files and the textual description and explanation here: http://www.mergersandinquisitions.com/opportunistic-real-estate-private-equity-case-study/ Table of Contents: 2:41 Part 1: The Types of RE PE Case Studies, and Where This One Fits In 4:30 Part 2: This Case Study and What Makes It Tricky 10:47 Part 3: Doing the Quick Math on This Deal 13:12 Part 4: The Assumptions and Construction Timeline 20:12 Part 5: Expenses, Equity and Debt Draws, the Waterfall, and Sensitivities 27:08 Part 6: The Investment Recommendation 29:13 Recap and Summary Part 1: The Types of RE PE Case Studies, and Where This One Fits In The 3 main types are core / core-plus, value-added, and opportunistic. In the first category, the property stays nearly the same over the holding period, and the market analysis is more important than a complex model. In the second category, the property changes significantly, and the models tend to be more complex. In the third category, a new property is developed or an existing one is redeveloped. This case study is in the third category, but the modeling is a bit simpler than what we showcased in the second RE PE case study here. Part 2: This Case Study and What Makes It Tricky A few points make this case study tricky: Problem #1: Timing of Unit Sales – You tend to sell units in phases, and after a certain percentage of units are sold, construction begins, you start selling units in the next phase, construction there begins, and so on. Problem #2: Variable Debt and Equity – You can't just assume a certain % of debt to use because you’re not allowed to draw on debt until a certain percentage (40%) of units have been pre-sold – so debt and equity will differ based on the timing of pre-sales. Problem #3: Multiple Payment Phases – When condos are pre-sold, typically there’s an upfront deposit and then a final deposit when the construction is complete. Part 3: Doing the Quick Math on This Deal If you do the quick math here and simply sum up the total square meters across all the units, multiply by the average selling price per square meter, and then subtract the Hard Costs, Land Acquisition Costs, Soft Costs, Developer Fees, and other expenses... ...You'll see that the unleveraged cash-on-cash multiple is around 1.0 - 1.2x. Even when we use leverage, it won't boost this multiple up to 2x - we might get to around 1.5-1.6x, and maybe a bit higher with inflation factored in, but that's about it. Therefore, we're already leaning *against* this deal before opening Excel and creating a real model. Part 4: The Assumptions and Construction Timeline We tweak the provided figures a bit to get more reasonable numbers for the Hard Costs in each case. The construction timeline takes some time and effort to set up, because you have to pre-sell either the targeted # of units in each month, OR the total remaining units in that phase (whichever one is less). And then when the required percentage are sold (60% here), you move onto the next phase. Then, you have to split up the sales into initial, construction-phase, and final deposits; multiply the value of units sold each month by the appropriate percentage and distribute them to do this. The Final Deposit number must be equal to the total value of units sold minus cumulative initial and construction-phase deposits so far, since it only happens once (in the final construction month). Part 5: Expenses, Equity and Debt Draws, the Waterfall, and Sensitivities Expenses are quite straightforward - they are percentages of sales, or they're linked to the total gross square meters of the property. For the equity and debt draws, draw on equity if monthly gross income is negative and less than 40% of total units in the building have been sold. Also draw on equity if you're in the final month or final construction month and need to repay debt. Draw on debt if you're past the 40% of all units sold threshold. Pay interest on debt in cash if you can do so with positive gross income, and accrue it otherwise. Repay debt if there's positive cash flow to do so. Part 6: The Investment Recommendation We recommend AGAINST this deal because it’s too hard to achieve the targeted 2x cash-on-cash multiple. We do get there in the Upside case, but not the Base case; and the Downside case is admittedly closer to the 1.2x target. There are also other problems: lack of good market data, results that are incredibly sensitive to small changes in Hard Costs, and an inability to mitigate key risks. http://www.mergersandinquisitions.com/opportunistic-real-estate-private-equity-case-study/
Views: 14437 Mergers & Inquisitions / Breaking Into Wall Street
Here are the Top 5 Real Estate Developers in the Philippines based on their market capitalization (or their parent companies’, if not publicly listed.) COURTESY: Federal Land, Inc. Official TheOfficialSMDC DCMI Homes Megaworld Corp Everra23
Views: 3802 CHAVEZ Property Realtor
Where do the homes and buildings that we live and work ini come from? What does the process of bringing these structures and communities into existence look like? Join us for a comprehensive overview of the land development process.
Views: 17067 Tampa School of Real Estate
How to become a property developer... that's what today's video is all about and I'm also sharing 10 property developing tips because I feel property development is a FANTASTIC way to build equity. I am delighted to say Today's video is in association with the Refurbishment Masterclass run by the highly regarded Martin and Sarah Rapley - an expert at project management with tons of experience developing land, property (real estate) and other development. I've managed to persuade them to let me give away five of their amazing project management PDF fact sheets. They're on how to write project specifications, putting together budgets, how to appoint builders, working with builders, and managing your timeline of works. These are incredible resources and click the link below to download them... https://yourfirstfourhouses.com/ Here are the tips... 1. Always work backwards from the gross development value, or GDV, when calculating a purchase price. It's the very best way to work out what you should be paying for a property or a building plot. Be realistic about this gross development value. In fact, can I suggest perhaps being a little bit pessimistic when calculating this figure. 2. Next, just because a property needs refurbishing, that doesn't automatically make it a good deal. If you spot a property that appears to be, say, 20,000 pounds below market value, if you've then got to spend, say, 30,000 pounds doing it up, that's not a deal. Unless you can add some real tangible value in some other way, for example, say, building in the back garden, I would suggest you should be looking for another project. 3. Just because a plot has planning, that doesn't guarantee you a profit or that the property could even be developed at all, for that matter. Obviously, you need to do your research careful and dare I say if the agent is offering up some fairly persuasive numbers, for example the gross development value, keep in mind the agent makes a commission if you buy. Personally, I would suggest putting more faith in your own numbers, rather than theirs. 4. Always have a schedule of works. If you don't know what you want, how does the builder, and just as importantly how can you possibly have a realistic budget? 5. You can't build from planning drawings. It's therefore impossible for builders to accurately price from them. Your architect needs to produce building reg drawings before you go and get any prices. 6. Don't be afraid to outsource to experts. Honestly, they will save you thousands in the long term. 7. You don't have to appoint the cheapest builder, work with the best builder. On any one project, you can only achieve two of the following three items. You can get high quality, fast turnaround, or low cost. Our advice is to aim for high quality and fast turnaround, if you possibly can. 8. Delaying the project whilst trying to beat down the price can cost you more in the longer term than what you're trying to save. Delays tend to swallow up your profits as the financing costs on any given project are genuinely quite high. 9. Always agree terms with your builder before the work starts and write them down for both parties to keep a record of. On larger projects, don't be afraid to use a formal contract. 10. Lastly, I've got to ask you this question. Is project managing the works really the best use of your time and skills or might your time be better spent going out looking for that next deal? I really hope you found this project manager based video helpful. My name is Tony Law from Your First Four Houses with online training that helps build your property portfolio.
Views: 33738 Your First Four Houses
Check out one of our latest ground up construction projects during Phase 2 of the construction process. Urban LA Properties is a Real Estate Development & Investment company that has been serving the Greater Los Angeles area for almost a decade. Visit our website to learn more about our company, investment opportunities, and to view other ULAP projects. www.urbanlaproperties.com
Views: 694 Carl Stokes
Filmed October 24, 2017, at the ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles. Should your business mantra be “Go big or go home,” or “Too big not to fail”? In a lively, freewheeling exchange intended to educate emerging entrepreneurs and perhaps amuse mature ones, John McNellis author of the ULI book “Making It in Real Estate,” explores the benefits—and costs—of using other people’s money to fund your development deals versus the freedom—and limitations—of using your own money. Is it better to own 1 percent of a high-rise or 100 percent of a gas station? To go national or stay local? Spoiler alert: You can go broke either way. Speaker: * John E. McNellis of McNellis Partners LLC
Views: 15801 Urban Land Institute
Some cities are breaking the rules; exuding an appetite for risk, vision, and leadership; forming great partnerships; and shaping their communities for the 21st century. As traditional sources of funding and the real estate markets have changed, entrepreneurial public and private leaders are figuring out how to move their communities forward. This session was based on a ULI publication about creative financing focused on smaller communities and suburbs. The session includes speakers whose developments were highlighted in the report, talking about their developments, dilemmas to success, and possible solutions. LEARN MORE Learn from case studies of six communities that have used and combined various sources of public funds to facilitate dramatic change. Download the report at http://uli.org/report/reaching-future-creative-finance-smaller-communities/ SPEAKERS: * Thomas Murphy, Senior Resident Fellow, Joseph C. Canizaro/Klingbeil Family Chair for Urban Development, Urban Land Institute * John Callahan, former Mayor of the City of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania * Anastasia Mileham, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, for Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation * Stephen P. Navarro, Executive Vice President of CBRE SPONSOR: * Wohlsen Construction
Views: 19347 Urban Land Institute
In 2019 New York City will have a new neighborhood - Hudson Yards. CNN Money's Vanessa Yurkevich gets an all access tour from Related Companies C.E.O. Stephen Ross.
Views: 27199 CNN Business
How To Start Successful Real Estate Business in Pakistan with Zero Investment Orange Real Estate CEO Ch. Zahid Iqbal discuss about the starting a successful career in real estate business in Pakistan with Zero Investment. The property market in Pakistan is a very good place to invest your money as a lot of housing societies and projects are developed especially in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi. Starting a real estate business is not difficult and does not require a lot of money but good knowledge of the Pakistani Property market is essential. Real Estate in Pakistan is an important and growing sector of the economy of Pakistan. Pakistan spends $5.2 billion on construction in a year. According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, construction output accounts for 2% of GDP, with housing representing less than half that total. With the rate of urbanization that Pakistan has been experiencing, there is a growing need for urban planning. According to FPCCI (The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry), real estate agents are playing an important role in the economic development of the country. “Construction sector has grown by 9% which indicates its strength but this robust sector needs help of the real-estate sector,” it said in a statement. Demand for residential properties in Pakistan grew in 2010, leading to increased interest among real estate developers and investors. Since prices have exceeded 10 million PKR, new housing developments are often aimed at the upper middle class. To assist the real-estate sector, the Government of Pakistan announced a reduction in interest rates on mortgage loans in 2012. The first thing one would do after starting a business is to select a professional name for the business and then for marketing purposes create a website or portfolio which includes goals, mission and what services will be offered to customers. The aim is to differentiate the business from existing competitors so that prospective customers are more likely to choose you. One can be successful in the Pakistani property market by keeping good interest in property trends. Try to keep yourself up to date with the latest properties and their market value in different cities of Pakistan. Knowing the price is the most important thing to be able to negotiate better. Be aware of where, when and how to invest, if you are unsure about anything you can also go to a property agent for guidance. Good communication is also a key point to make property investment efficiently. You should be able to communicate in an effective way with sellers, potential buyers or tenants. Your customer will also trust you if you convey matters in a better way. There are many opportunities still to be explored, just start your business and work hard to achieve your goal. Success in any case depends on your desire to learn. It is possible to earn millions if one works hard and has enough experience in the property market. Ch. Zahid Iqbal CEO Orange Real Estate 0092-321-846-6595 [email protected] orangepak.com
Views: 17415 Property Pakistan
Eleven (11) months of construction at Anichi Resort & Spa, Dominica Citizenship by Investment Project. About us: Anichi Development, a subsidiary of Oriental Developers (Caribbean) Ltd. is a real estate developer based on the Caribbean island of Dominica. The company's flagship resort, Anichi Resort & Spa, is a member of Marriott International’s fastest growing premium sub-brand, the Autograph Collection. It is also a certified real estate development included in Dominica's Citizenship by Investment Programme, and offers investors a gateway to owning quality real estate and a second passport from the island of Dominica. You can find more information: - Why Dominica Citizenship works for you: https://www.anichidevelopment.com/citizenship-by-investment/ - Dominica Resort Features, Benefits and Cost Calculator: https://www.anichidevelopment.com/real-estate/ - About The Unspoilt Caribbean: https://www.anichidevelopment.com/dominica/ Go to our website for to get the latest news about Dominica Citizenship by Investment Program and Anichi Resort & Spa: https://www.anichidevelopment.com/
Views: 73 Anichi Development
Property developers who need funding up to £30mil often need structured development finance and private equity partners, such as through www.axialcapital.co.uk, to achieve greater returns on their time and investment. And a key element of doing this is well thought out preparation, including a budget (or cashflow) for the project in need of funding - and that's what this video is about. It is part of a series where we will explain how Axial Capital Partners structures development loans, equity and joint-ventures (JVs) for UK developers looking for property development finance or equity funding, as well as offering clients guidance on matters such as budgeting for developments. Some topics covered in this presentation include: 'The project overview' (00:19) 'Costing the core elements of a development' (01:13) 'The cash-flow template overview' (02:04) 'Determining the sales profile' (03:13) 'The construction and development costs' (04:21) 'Entering the numbers into the cash-flow' (06:11) 'Calculating gross profit & margins' (09:21) 'Summary & contact' (13:25) You can also connect with us at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/axial-capital-partners/ www.facebook.com/AxialCapitalPartners https://twitter.com/AxialCapitalUK
Views: 390 Axial Capital Partners
http://rightproperty.com Software updated to 3Q2014 This video is an introductory look at housebuilding development and construction costs using the Sirca Home Developer software. The video also introduces the summary format which is based on the RICS New Rules of Measurement: Order of Cost Estimating and Elemental Cost Planning. The rules have been written to provide a standard set of measurement rules that are understandable by all those involved in a construction project. Had a cold when producing this video! May have to consider an updated version in April.
Views: 2676 ZGHARISALES
http://HowToFlipCommercial.com | Flipping Vacant Commercial Buildings Training Info | How to Flip Commercial Real Estate This video explains what you will learn from my course on Flipping Vacant Commercial Buildings via NNN Leases. You will have a unique opportunity to take advantage of this commercial real estate niche that has virtually has no competition. We all want to play the Big Boys but most of us don't know how and are afraid to deal in this sea money and wealth. Commercial Real Estate is where the Big Boys play and so can also if you know how to get started with little restrictions and regardless of your current situation. Many commercial property developers are now using crowdfunding platforms to raise capital for their projects. That means people who want to invest in billion dollar properties now have access to once unapproachable real estate projects -- albeit for very small shares of the business. Simon Baron Development Group, a New York based real estate developer recently announced that it is using the services of CityFunders to crowdfund $1 million in equity for the development of a Long Island City rental tower. Earlier this year, Fundrise, a Washington based crowdfunding company, offered investors the opportunity to buy bonds backing the 3 World Trade Center development in Manhattan. The cost: $5,000. Related: What's the deal with crowdfunding investments? "Investing in commercial property is generally very capital intensive," said Heather Schwarz Lopes, chief strategy officer of Early Shares, a crowdfunding platform that focuses on real estate development. "Now investors can start at a lower price level." Shares in commercial real estate normally start with minimum investment of $5,000 to $25,000. Crowdfunding for properties and other equities had only been available to accredited investors with a net worth of more than one million dollars or an annual income of over $200,000. But following the passing of Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act in 2012, the SEC is set to release new rules that allow anyone to take part in crowdfunding equities. Those rules are scheduled to take effect next Friday. "[Small time] investors can now invest with the professionals," said Steve Drew, CrowdStreet's products chief. But people without real estate investing experience should exercise extreme caution. Some of the properties are estimating sky-high returns upwards of 13% to 17% after an investor sells his or her stake. A typical investment holding period for each investment ranges from five to 10 years. It sounds too good to be true. And it might be. There is significant risk associated with crowdfunding properties. For one thing, risk valuations on investment projects are evaluated by construction developers or crowdfunding platforms themselves. Unlike traditional stocks and bonds, external credit rating agencies do not offer opinions on the risk associated with investing in crowdfunded properties. Furthermore, like all real estate, these projects are relatively difficult to sell in secondary markets. Dr. Richard Swart, UC Berkeley's crowdfunding research director, acknowledges that property crowdfunding is riskier than traditional investments. However, Swart said he feels that the increasing demand for these kind of crowdfunded projects will drive developers and platforms to be more transparent with the risk involved in each project . He, also noted that crowdfunding in real estate markets can be safer than other kinds of crowdfunding investments, since there is an underlying physical asset associated to each stake. Related: Invest in next Facebook...for a few bucks Investors in crowdfunded properties can pick between retail outlets, office buildings or multi-family residential developments. Most of these projects are a cross breed between a bond and a stock. Like a stock, you hold a share in the company that runs the project but you also potentially receive a yearly income. Building developers project an annual income of over 8% return on your capital from rent payments and profits generated from building management. 1. Be clear in your mind that you are an investor and not a senseless accumulator of commercial properties. The idea of making commercial real estate investments is to produce handsome profits. So, if you mindlessly buy a commercial property that produces no profit on resale, you really just acquired a property instead of making an investment. 2. Determine whether you and the commercial properties are fully protected before buying. All your commercial real estate investments have to be totally separate from one another so that one lawsuit does not in any way affect the other investments. Talk to a lawyer to ensure that you are personally protected if you’re sued for any reason. https://youtu.be/Hd_wBb3eKlQ #wholesalinghouses #flippinghouses
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Phuket Property, Properties Real Estate Developer, Investment, Estate Management and Rentals, construction and sale of luxury private residential apartments, condominiums, penthouses and villas, Phuket Thailand. Visit: http://www.tawanproperties.com
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Përvjetori 15-të i ManeTCI / 15th Anniversary of ManeTCI Mane TCI is the leading company in the business of construction, investment, technical maintenance and real estate development in Eastern Europe and the Balkans, established in 2002.The company is focused on constructions and large investments in construction such as development of commercial centers, residences, villas , tourist resorts and industrial infrastructure. Mane TCI’s portfolio includes the following projects: QTU, TEG, Ambasador 1,2,3 Rolling Hills Luxury Residences , Vala Mar Residences. ManeTCI is part of Balfin Group, the biggest and most innovative private investment group in Albania and region.
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In this video, I give 5 brief descriptions of different types of real estate developments and what the real estate developer does.
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Urban-View is a developer of boutique residential properties. Based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Urban invest and develop in Brooklyn for the last 10 years. Urban View has been behind over 40 successfully executed new development projects. Urban has created tremendous value for its investors and partners. Urban View’s Management Team - Nadav Hamo, Robert Michaeli, and Eitan Peretz have vast experience in the Brooklyn real estate development market. They gained their expertise through spearheading projects in all aspects from acquisitions and financing to design and construction. Urban View specializes in condominium buildings, and has strong experience with gut-rehabilitations, renovations, alterations, extensions and rental management.
Phuket9 Real Estate Development company is one of many companies in Phuket involved in investment property construction. Investment attractiveness of Phuket island. Development of transportation infrastructure and commercial property. Investment property for sale in Phuket by Phuket9 Real Estate Development: www.phuket9.com Phuket is the largest island of Thailand. It is located in the southwest of the Kingdom of Thailand. The island is separated from the mainland by the Pakpra Over the strait, new bridges with a length of 410 meters The main tourist magnet of the island are dozens of snow-white beaches and an abundance of nearby islands Water temperature on the coast all year round +29 C All year long, a huge tourist stream Phuket Airport annually increases the capacity of taking and sending hundreds of flights per day For the development of the island, several state investment programs In fact, all road surfaces meet the highest world standards Daily construction of new transport hubs is under way ensuring the rapid development of the rest of the infrastructure Every year hundreds of thousands of square meters of commercial real estate are put into operation Investors from all over the world are building hotels, residential complexes and shopping areas The largest international and local network companies each year open their offices in Phuket The flow of tourists is constantly growing. Every year Phuket is chosen by almost 10 million tourists from all over the world. Today, Phuket is the main investment site in South-East Asia.
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Phuket Property, Properties Real Estate Developer, Investment, Estate Management and Rentals, construction and sale of luxury private residential apartments, condominiums, penthouses and villas exclusive resort communities in Phuket, Thailand. visit: http://www.tawanproperties.com
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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN CONSTRUCTION, INFRASTRUCTURE AND REAL ESTATE (AFFORDABLE HOUSING) Panel discussion: 3-4 industry led speakers from UK and Uganda • HOUSING: Understanding market demand, and addressing the disconnect between the price of formal, developer-built housing and what the general population can afford. Can the market shift its emphasis to meet the needs of the majority? • REAL ESTATE FINANCING: A review of innovative funding products, capital structures and what collaborative efforts need to be implemented for local construction and mortgage financing to flourish. • OPPORTUNITIES: What are the key investment opportunities within the local property market? • DEMYSTIFYING: Obstacles to Ugandan real estate investment; including local land rights, tax regime and legal frameworks. • DISRUPTION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING MARKET: T he affordable housing sector in Uganda is go-ing through interesting times with new affordable property entrants disrupting the market with affordable properties. The surge is boosted by easy access to mortgages from leading banks like Housing Finance bank. What is the cur-rent state of affordable housing? What is the level of shortage in the country, challenges & successes: The Uganda Experience”? • FINANCING: What are the current sources of funds and what are the plans/initiatives to make housing credit more affordable, what are the alternative financing solutions? • REGULATIONS: What is the current policy and regulatory framework on condo-mailo and lease titles? • What is KYAPA MUNGALO land tenure, and is the land title bankable? • What is the reality of Uganda’s investment climate on the Ground considering the political climate as portrayed by the media? (Eric)
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Guide for investments in Canada in real estate with services, such as: search of land, search of buildings, feasibility of projects, cost study, direction, management and supervisions of construction projects, turnkey projects in Montreal Quebec Canada. For immigrant investors and business people from all countries real-estate business coaching and project services in Montreal Quebec Canada. Construction Daniel Dargis Inc. Do not hesitate to visit: www.dargisconstruction.com with www.businesstripcanada.com
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Building Costs & Construction Management - As the build progresses, how do you keep track of the costs and progress? What happens if you hit rock? Richard Mason from Mitchell Brandtman presents from night 3 of the Property Development 101 series "Build It".
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A few years ago, I set out to create an alternative to the now discontinued ARGUS DCF. over time the project changed from building "an alternative" to creating an all-in-one underwriting solution for real estate acquisition and development. Today, I'd like to introduce the beta version of several years' worth of work. To view the post and download the model, visit: https://www.adventuresincre.com/all-in-one-underwriting-model-for-real-estate-development-and-acquisition/ To learn more about the author, visit: https://www.spencerburton.org
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Recent global developments, coupled with economic conditions, have demonstrated that one cannot understand financial markets and the economy without understanding real estate markets and underwriting real estate risk. The Professional Certificate in Real Estate Finance and Development provides an unparalleled opportunity for professionals and executives to obtain state-of-the-art insights and skills about the key factors and investment strategies driving real estate markets. By joining our professional program, you will further your understanding of the real estate development process. Our real estate professional courses will provide real value to a global audience of executives and knowledge-thirsty professionals, and will provide training opportunities for large organizations seeking to educate and inspire their most talented employees.
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Conventional Property Development process dictates that there are only 5 stages in property development process. however, I have found that a complete property development system has lot more steps that are required to be completed in order to deliver a property development project on time and under budget. A developer must have a clear understanding of the complete property development process. To learn more about How to get into Property Development or to enrol in my any of my Property Development Courses (http://www.propertydevelopmentsystem.com.au/PropertyDevelopmentCourses), please download our FREE Property Development Blueprint ► http://goo.gl/5yz3AT that explains the complete Property Development Process Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/PropertyDevelopmentSystem YouTube ► http://www.youtube.com/c/PropertydevelopmentsystemAu WWW ► http://www.propertydevelopmentsystem.com.au/ Connect with Amber Khanna Google+ ► http://gplus.to/amberkhanna Linkedin ► http://www.linkedin.com/in/AmberKhanna Twitter ► https://twitter.com/Amber_Khanna
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Asif Hakeem, is the current CEO of Hakeem Investment Florida, LLLP. Hakeem Investments Florida, LLLP is a Tampa Bay Investment company facilitating commercial and residential needs in Hillsborough County. Asif and his brand are major players in the commercial Real Estate scene in Tampa Bay and we learn about a new hotel he is planning that will go next door to the Seminole Hard Rock Casino as well as why he is so bullish on Plant City Real Estate. Great information in this show about how to raise capital for large Real Estate investment projects and we learn about the history of the Seminole Hard Rock Casino too.
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At Land & Development 2016, Sam Mizrahi and Stuart Lazier spoke at length about Mizrahi Developments' project, The One, at 1 Bloor Street West, Toronto. Located on the South West corner of the intersection at Bloor and Young, The One is one of Toronto's most prestigious developments. http://mizrahidevelopments.ca/#/featured-projects/the-one SAM MIZRAHI, President, Mizrahi Developments Sam Mizrahi has 20 years of leadership experience as a visionary developer of residential, retail and community projects across North America. An inspirational team builder who identifies and recruits leading experts in a variety of fields, he has a proven ability to execute complex projects that require a layered skill set in community relations, marketing, heritage appreciation, retail and commercial requirements, property amalgamation, construction, design and quality management. Throughout his career, he has worked in detail-oriented, hands on capacity overseeing all aspects of development for multi-million dollar projects that have contributed to the architectural sensibility of some of North America’s most iconic and historic neighbourhoods. From the start, he has pursued and acquired superior industry certifications, such as the ISO 9001, that set Mizrahi Developments apart from the competition and underscore the company’s focus on quality management and construction. Under Sam’s leadership, Mizrahi Developments has grown substantially in the last 5 years, both in scope of projects and in reputation. in Toronto, one of the most competitive marketplaces in North America, Mizrahi Developments has earned a growing reputation as a firm to watch, with its recent luxury condo projects breaking sales records and setting a new standard for superior craftsmanship and attention to customer service. Known for his work ethic and entrepreneurial vision, he continually looks for ways to redefine the luxury experience and set the company apart with architectural collaborations and innovative features that not only benefit customers but also enhance pedestrian engagement in the life of the city. A committed philanthropic leader, he is involved in a variety of charitable and community associations around the world. STUART LAZIER, Partner & CEO, Fiera Properties Stuart Lazier, a partner and co-founder of Fiera Properties, has more than 34 years of experience as a leader in real estate management and investment. As a partner at Fiera Properties, and a member of the Board of Directors, Stuart oversees all corporate initiatives and operations for Fiera Properties. In addition, Stuart, with his breadth of experience in value-added asset management, is the Fund Manager for the Fiera Properties GTA Opportunity Fund. Stuart has served his community as board member and Chair of Covenant House Toronto, Chair of the Real Estate Committee for the Toronto United Way, Vice Chair of the Board of Governors at Upper Canada College, and Chairman of the Build Toronto Board of Directors. Stuart is currently a director of a number of other private companies and non-profit organizations. Stuart holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. For more information about Land & Development, please visit http://www.realestateforums.com/landconference For more information on any of 20 other commercial real estate events across Canada, please visit http://www.realestateforums.com/portal/events/ CONNECT WITH US Twitter http://ow.ly/ZLh4X LinkedIn http://ow.ly/ZLhbQ YouTube http://ow.ly/ZLhf6
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The development approval process can be really daunting if you haven’t gone through it before. There’s a lot of different steps to take that you’re probably not aware of. So today, I have Luke with me from durackarchitects.com to talk through the complete guide to the development approval process so you guys can get an understanding of it and you guys can stop being overwhelmed and know exactly what to do next. Ryan: Hey Luke, thanks for coming on today. Luke: Good day, Ryan. Good to be here. Ryan: Do you want to first give us an overview of the development approval process for getting a development approved so we can start building it? And then, we’ll go into the nitty-gritty and the step-by-step. ------------------------------------------- http://onproperty.com.au/409 - View the full transcription and audio version of this episode. http://onproperty.com.au/free - See real positive cash flow property listings
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Nicole Bremner is a London based property investor who has built her phenomenal East Eight company through aggressive social media brand building, exploring creative fundraising options for her developments, and partnering up with some great people to complement her own skill set. We spent the day with Nicole to understand how her property business operates, and to look at some of the development deals she's working on including a large commercial to residential conversion in Brent Cross, converting 5 office blocks into studio apartments, and a luxury home renovation in Central London. During the day we got the chance to ask about property crowdfunding, structuring a property development business for growth, and the financials behind her permitted development deal and the luxury property development project. Property investment, property investing uk, property investing tips, property investing strategy, property investment for beginners, buy to let, buy to let uk, buy to let property investment, vlog, property development , property development for beginners, crowdfunding
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The real estate development process can be intimidating. It often feels chaotic, haphazard, and arbitrary -- especially for people new to real estate development. Groundwork USA's Technical Assistance team’s experience working with practitioners and laypeople in brownfield-affected communities across the country has shown us that few local stakeholders understand the ins and outs of the real estate development process, much less when and where to get involved and potentially shape a project’s features and outcomes. To help reverse that situation and empower local communities, Groundwork USA has created this Development Process Map to help stakeholders, local officials, and grassroots organizations better understand all the steps involved in developing a “bricks and mortar” real estate project. Viewers will explore each facet of the real estate development process in detail, including market analysis, feasibility study, community engagement, due diligence considerations of contamination, finance and site design, and through deal-making, construction, and project management. To learn more about how Groundwork USA is helping to advance equitable community development, visit https://groundworkusa.org/ta-services/equidev-brownfields-planning/.
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