Construction firms operate on narrow profit margins and the success of construction projects is hinged upon proper financing. Construction Funding is the only single volume, concise text on the financial aspects of building and developing. The book acquaints the reader with a set of procedures specifically designed to solve the unique financial challenges facing the construction industry. It guides the reader step-by-step through each phase of financing a development project, from simple one-family residences to large multi-unit complexes. Construction Funding also addresses raising capital, selecting markets, rating sites, insurance, joint ventures, loan options, and cash flow management. Separate sections are devoted to the conduct of profitability studies and to finding after-tax rates of return. Construction Funding, Fourth Edition, has been updated to provide current costs and funding methods and additional learning features such as key terms, review questions, and learning objectives.Property management duties will include but not be limited to: leasing of apartments, day-to-day management, maintenance ... For example, few if any New Orleans real estate investments made their budgets post-Katrina, and insurance costsanbsp;...
|Author||:||Nathan S. Collier, Courtland A. Collier, Don A. Halperin|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2007-10-12|