What makes a development feasible? (Kuala Lumpur)
A one-day course in bringing together commercial, retail, industrial and mix-use properties.
Undertaking a robust development appraisal (feasibility study) can make or break a project. Understanding the inputs to a model and how these can be affected and manipulated is key. The course will cover the key terminology, principles and inputs relevant to a Development Appraisal and through case studies and a practical session, candidates can construct their own development appraisal model.
What will the session cover?
Lecture: interactive series of presentation supported by in-depth group discussions.
Case studies and exercises: allow you to apply the new theory and concepts in real-life context.
Practical session: there will be a software-based case study. Please bring along your laptop (Windows based) for the class.
Underlying Principles & Terminology (DCF, NPV, IRR)
Key Property Development Performance Indicators
What makes a development feasible
Determining Land Values
Principles of Financing Modelling
Stages of a Development Appraisal
Building your own Development Appraisal Model
Who should attend?
Property Agents – seeking to better understand andmarket developments/land.
Property Owners and Analysts – looking to sharpentheir skills in development feasibility.
Quantity Surveyors and Project Managers – looking to better interact with clients and developers.
Property Valuers, Developers – seeking to construct a feasibility using best practice techniques.
Banks & other financial teams – looking to manage risk better.
Participants with some understanding of Real Estate industry.
About the trainer:
Tim Peisley is a certified trainer and workplace assessor with over ten (10) years of experience as Training Manager and Technical Writer with large commercial institutions in Australia. He is extensively working in the Asia-Pacific region delivering contents for all levels of property professionals. He also assists in educating students from universities around the world on the principles of discounted cash flow, development feasibility and valuation.
With his vast experience within the property industry, Tim works to bridge the gap between technology and the property industry across the Asia Pacific region.
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