The Feasibility Studies Stage considers the first step where we analyze either the project is profitable or not. On the basis of feasibility,
Client can make strategies for changes in ideas and design to make it profitable. The Feasibility includes:
- Land Assessment: Determining whether a potential site will work for a project is one of the primary reasons owners and developers choose to conduct feasibility studies before buying
land or building on an existing site. Even a small-scale feasibility study entails reviewing the client's needs, topography, and FAR ratios.
Segregation of the land area: Allocation of areas for Commercial, residential, landscaping and specially car parking.
Calculation of Construction Cost: It’s the most important part of feasibility, calculation of construction cost
includes pilling (if needed), complete structure, consideration of best available finishes and provision of MEP. The other factor
that includes are Consultants Cost and government approvals overhead.
- Projected Revenues : The revenues are calculated considering the per Sft sale price and /or per sft rent (if needed),
occupancy rate and the tenure of a project. These revenues are dependent on the geophysical location and the already executed
same type of the project. Although the provision of escalation and profitability are incorporated with Client’s consent.
Net Present Value (NPV)
Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
The assumptions have also been provided for better understanding of working. The calculation of financing cost on the basis of Debt
to Equity ratio working can also be provided upon client's requirement.