Small Build Development I Public-Private Partnership (P3) I Consultant
The small scale build pre- development phase takes your project from an idea, to a financial model to accessing Sources and Uses for your project. Scope of work includes - Pre-Development Budget, Proforma, Preliminary Financial Model, Operating Budget, Pitch Deck, Capital Stack.
Public-private partnership (P3) in higher education is a collaborations between public institutions and private organizations to achieve their mutual goals. Scope of P3 work includes- the strategic development of new opportunities to create new long term sources of revenue and reduce expenses associated with surplus/ underutilized real estate property. Oversight and management of related studies, asssessments, budget, business plan, financial analysis and related documents; negotiation of terms and conditions, development agreements, long-term ground lease agreements, operating agreements and all other related documents.
Purchase, sell, or lease commercial real estate. Scope of work includes- project site selection search, acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate property, lease negotiation, and valuation.
Commercial real estate due diligence is often overlooked or considered not important by commercial real estate buyers. But it is one of the most critical steps in any commercial real estate transaction and helps the buyer verify property information and discover potential problems or concerns. Scope of work includes- detailed market research and trends, feasibility studies, and due diligence to provide you with accurate and timely information for making informed real estate decisions.
Scope of work includes- thorough financial analyses to evaluate leases, investment opportunities, assess property performance, and recommend strategies for enhancing returns.
Comprehensive asset management plans to optimize the value and performance of your properties. Scope of work includes- implementing proactive maintenance programs, monitoring market trends, and identifying opportunities for asset enhancement or disposition.
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