Property entrepreneurs are now required to prepare detailed and comprehensive business plans indicating the up front viability of a project and how a they intend to deliver the planned project.
Given these requirements a business plan should help a potential funder or investor to understand the property developers ability to repay and look to demonstrate the long term viability of both the property business and the project and in doing so to identify short, medium and long term working capital requirements.
The importance of preparing a property business plan is apparent and time and effort will need to be spent in preparation of the plan. The following article sets out to illustrate what should be included.
Keogh Consulting looks to help individuals and organisations deliver the right projects the right way. Here is some of our knowledge and a few case studies that we hope will help you on your project journey.
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