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Elements of Real Estate Financial Feasibility

The old proverb, “The problem well stated is half solved,” is very appropriate for any kind of feasibility. The importance of any feasibility study is based on organizational desire to “get it right” before committing resources, time, or budget.

Since uncovering every aspect of a project is part of the DNA of any feasibility study, you can have complete visibility on your project.

This is true in case of a Real Estate Financial Feasibility study that can take you some time and likely to cost you more money. The more mistakes that your feasibility study can uncover the better. So, you would rather make these mistakes on paper than in the middle of a running project.

The certainty that comes from knowing that your real estate project is not a shot in the dark gives you priceless peace of mind.

The Elements of a real estate feasibility study

Each of these areas examines and evaluates essential factors vital to the project’s success.

There are five broad aspects of a feasibility study.

  1. Technical feasibility
  1. Economic feasibility
  1. Legal feasibility:
  1. Operational feasibility:
  1. Scheduling Feasibility

So what are the benefits of Feasibility Study?

It is conducted in order to objectively uncover the strengths and weaknesses of a proposed project or an existing business. It can help to identify and assess the opportunities and threats present in the natural environment, the resources required for the project, and the prospects for success.

So, what are you waiting for?

Get started on your real estate feasibility study today by enrolling for a Financial Feasibility Course like the one that REMI offers.


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