Lead Developer Plus

Build To Sell + Build To Rent
Development Feasibility Software


Level the playing field with industry-standard Feasibility,
Pro Forma & Cash flows for everyday investors and developers

build to rent project summary

Detailed Development Feasibility Software
With Cash Flow Projections using S-curve
Distributions, custom cost codes &
multiple financing options AKA Capital Tranches

For Real Estate Developers & Investors
who love details & precision over their cash flow & financing options

Comprehensive feasibility study analysis to model the highest-best use, publish professional reports, attract investors & get finance. Move forward with confidence, knowing exactly how much equity you will need for your project, when and what it will cost the project.

The swiss army knife of
Development Feasibility Software & Proforma


Battle-Tested and Successfully Implemented In
🇦🇺 Australia, 🇳🇿 New Zealand, 🇺🇸 USA, 🇨🇦 Canada, 🇬🇧 UK, 🇿🇦 South Africa,
🇯🇲 Jamaica, 🇫🇯 Fiji,  🇲🇾 Malaysia, 🇮🇩 Indonesia, 🇸🇬 Singapore,
🇭🇺 Hungary, 🇮🇳 India, 🇹🇷 Turkey & growing.

Who is it for?

Designed from the ground up with speed & simplicity for property developers, real estate appraisers, property valuers, real estate investors, construction contractors, builders, finance brokers, banks and lenders. Whether you are a beginner investor or a seasoned property developer, Lead Developer+ is a must have tool in your arsenal.

Feasibility software use cases

Global Settings

Lead Developer+ is a Real Estate Development Proforma/feasibility software for residential, commercial, mixed-use & land development projects.

It covers almost all types of housing project feasibilities and various types of commercial, industrial, office development feasibilities. 

Create development feasibilities & proforma models for all types of developments.

LD+ is a property development feasibility software that does both feasibility study reports and real estate development proformas.

Mixed-Use development business plan

Are you undertaking a mixed-use development? LD+ is designed to run numbers on & create detailed multi-residential business plans (feasibility studies). It is ideal for small and medium-size urban developments that include retail, commercial, office and or multi-residential units. For example, you can model mixed-use feasibility where some units (commercial or residential) are built for sale, and others are for creating an operating income using the build-to-rent model.

Self Storage Development & Valuation

If you invest & develop self-storage units or any premises that first need to be built or renovated & then leased up. LD+ has you covered. If you start from scratch, this is the recipe you would use—land Acquisition, development & construction and then lease-up. In terms of finance, your project may involve a land acquisition loan paid out by a construction loan and, finally, a construction loan paid out by a permanent loan.

Single home development/renovation

Ideal for the feasibility study for a single house or a duplex development, fix and flip and renovation projects. Easily model building & development costs in detail and  develop & sell or hold for investment scenarios.

Battle-axe lot subdivision

Trying to figure out the resale value of a battle-axe block? Use Lead Developer+ to conduct the complete project feasibility, rental values and sale or reversion values using various methods, including net operating income, discounted cash flows, cap rates, the market's going rate, etc.

Land development & subdivision feasibility

Whether you are doing a small four lot subdivision or conducting a large scale land development feasibility, Lead Developer+ can help you plan, budget and do complete feasibility on your project. Use our adaptable development costs section for creating and accounting for all land development costs.

Townhouse & Multi-Family Developments

Efficiently allocate townhouse/apartment development costs using an S-Curve across your project timeline. Industry-standard cash flow forecasting allows you to select the steepness of the S-Curve. You can choose a saved feasibility template to suit your investment strategy. You can run numbers on selling a few townhouses to pay down the debt and or keep a few for long-term cash flow or do a complete build-to-rent feasibility.

Apartment, Units and Condominium Development Proforma & Feasibility Study

Struggling to conduct a feasibility study on apartments, units and or condominiums? Follow these steps:
1. Get your architect and town planner to do architectural feasibility with GFA's (gross floor areas), efficiency and schematics with unit sizes. 2. Find out the average construction rates in the area and 3. Plugin these numbers in Lead Developer+ to determine market value and net operating income.

What Can Lead Developer+ Do?

Designed to run feasibilities and proformas on Built-To-Rent (develop & hold) + Build-To-Sell (develop & sell) scenarios for residential, commercial and mixes use development projects.

no matter your development strategy, Lead Developer+ can be adapted to suit your project requirements.

Do you wish to Develop & Sell or Build To Rent?

Is your project residential commercial or mixed-use?

Or its a bit of all of the above?


What is Build-To-Rent?

"Build to Rent" (BTR) refers to a property development model where a development is specifically designed and built for renting rather than for sale. This model is becoming increasingly popular as a way to provide high-quality, purpose-built rental accommodation with long-term management in place.

The key characteristics of Build to Rent developments are:

  1. Purpose-Built: Designed with the rental market in mind, BTR units often including features that appeal to renters, such as communal areas, gyms, and high-speed internet.
  2. Professional Management: Managed by a professional property management company, which offers a more consistent and potentially higher quality of service than individual landlords.
  3. Long-Term Ownership: The development is held by the developer/owner for the long term to generate a steady income stream from rents, rather than being sold off to individual purchasers. A developer would often sell BTR developments to institutional investors that will then hold these units as part of their portfolio.

How is GST treated in a Build-To-Rent Development?

In a residential property development scenario, developers can claim complete GST credits for the expenses incurred during the construction process, on the condition that the residential units are sold when they are still classified as new.

In contrast, the Build-to-Rent (BTR) model does not allow for the claiming of GST credits because the properties are not sold, or they are not sold during the period when they would be considered new.

This is where Lead Developer+ shines. It not only allows you to do feasibilities on Build-To-Sell &
Build-To-Rent models, but it also allows you to customise all cost centres fluidly by specifying whether a cost centre includes or does not include GST/VAT/HST etc.

Development feasibility & Pro Forma

A true project feasibility to suit your development strategy. Use a combination of
residential, commercial or mixed-use units to develop and sell or rent the units for long-term cash flow.
Add or remove various financing options to suit your project funding requirements.

Lead Developer Plus

Global Settings
Customise Everything

From branding to currency to unit of measurements and tax code percentages, you can fully customise 
Lead Developer+

Add your cost centres, cost codes and customise your master data once or as you go. Changes are instant and will appear in your feasibility as soon as they are saved.

Project Settings

Select GST & VAT percentages as applicable or select "not applicable" to turn them off altogether. Customize the currency symbol, and specify the type of project between residential, commercial, or mixed-use. Specify hurdle rates, sensitivity assumptions, construction cost, and sale value calculation methods.

Project Settings

Cost Heads

Think of cost heads as your broad cost categories where you define the Cost Heads you would like to bifurcate your costs into. You can be as granular as you want, or you can only have a few cost centres that will encapsulate all projects into a handful of broad categories.

01 Cost Heads_Global Settings

Cost Codes

Cost codes are detailed cost centres that fall under cost heads. You can be as detailed as you like, and there is no limit to the number of cost centres you can add under each cost head.

To make it easier for our users, Lead Developer+ pre-populates a detailed list of cost centres to be used as a checklist to ensure that all costs are noticed when preparing your feasibility study.

You can also specify whether each cost code includes or excludes GST/VAT/HST. For example, you can create a same cost centre, let's say, "11007 Construction Costs - iGST" that includes GST for your Build-To-Sell feasibilities and "11008 Construction Costs - xGST" that does not include GST. And swap them over depending upon the type of project you are running your numbers on.

02 Cost Codes_Global Settings


Stages allow users to create high-level budgets based on custom-defined project stages.
Users can use stages in two different ways.
1) They can create high-level project budgets based on project stages, and
2) They then either override or enforce that high-level budget when allocating detailed cost codes by assigning Stages to each cost code.
And finally, the project costs cash flow report can be bifurcated based on stages as well.

03 Stage_Global Settings

Operating Expense Heads & Codes

Operating Expense Heads are broad cost categories to define the cost heads for Operating Costs. They perform the same function as Cost Heads, but for operating costs once the project units have been leased.

Operating expense codes are the granular cost codes that fall under each expense head for operating costs.
These are used primarily in Build-To-Rent feasibilities where Net Operating Income must be calculated, and operating cash flows must be calculated for all retained units.

operating costs heads and codes

Project Level Inputs
Feasibility Inputs & Assumptions

Project Description

Select project start & end dates, and add a description & a link to the featured image you would like to appear on the project summary page.

06 Project Description

Capital Stack / Tranches

Select project start & end dates, and add a description & a link to the featured image you would like to appear on the project summary page.

Lead Developer+ offers 4 different capital tranches that can be added to fund projects, whether Develop-To-Sell or Build-To-Rent.

Land Acquisition Loan - is used when you purchase land or acquire a site. This is usually a retail loan, meant to settle land.

Construction Loan - is used once the project is ready for construction. Optionally it can be used to pay the Land acquisition loan if required before commencing construction.

Mezzanine Loan - an interim loan to pick up any equity shortfall.

Permanent Loan - Only used in Built-To-Rent models where all units are being held for long-term operating cash flow.

07 Capital Stack

Allocate Development Costs

Dynamically add cost centres & cost codes, section by section or add more rows. Your cost codes are synced from your master data. You can update them in real-time and sync them with the project you are working on instantly.


Straight line and S-curve distributions

I don't want to bore you with technobabble, because that's not my intention. 

But in case you would like to know

And would like to know more about the mathematical implications of a Sigmoid Function or Sigmoid Curve, feel free to find out more.

For Everyone Else, here is a simple explanation of an S-Curve Distribution

When we forecast development and construction costs to determine our project's monthly outgoing cash flow, we don't know exactly how much costs the project will incur in months 2, 3, 4, 5 & so on.

To solve this problem, we project development costs using an S-Curve, which helps us distribute our expenses over a period of time. 

We need this because

  • It helps us determine monthly outgoings.
  • It helps us to find out the amount of money we will need as developers' equity.
  • And it helps us to calculate our interest costs based on the drawdown amount. Interest can only be calculated on the amount your project has used or drawn down. 

Therefore, an S-Curve is the best mathematical way of distributing cash outflows over a period of time. 

In real estate development, cash flow is king. And managing it an essential skill every developer must learn.

Lead Developer+ allows you to distribute project cash flow using an S-Curve distribution.

And it allows you to select the steepness of the S-Curve

Now, What Does That Mean?

All cash distributions are not equal, some costs are incurred at a more rapid rate than others, and Lead Developer+ gives you the power to select the intensity or the rate at which costs get distributed over a period of time.


The image above distributes or expends $1m using an S-Curve over a 12 month period, but at different rates i.e. according to the steepness of the S-Curve.

In Lead Developer+, you can select from a scale of 1-10. With 1 being the flattest & 10 being the steepest distribution curve. To forecast your estimates more accurately based on the type of costs you are distributing.


Financing Options

Property Development Feasibility
Software & Proforma

Land Acquisition Loan

You can use the Land Acquisition Loan option; if there is a lag between closing the sale for land/site & commencing construction or refurbishment efforts. Choose from principal + interest and interest-only loan options, with the flexibility to select fixed or variable interest.

When joint venturing with the landowner, you can also choose to capitalise or defer the interest-only loan interest.


Construction Loan

Construction Loan allows you to refinance the land acquisition loan. Or commence your project straight from the construction loan itself. Choose from 5 different options from the funding table to calculate the max debt available for your project.

The construction loan sheet is powerful enough to allow you to choose the order of debt and equity draws as well as the cost of capital.
You can also choose to enter developers equity contributions manually.


Cost of Developers / Investors Equity

Calculate finance and interest costs on developers/investors equity separately to see its impact on the project.

There are scenarios where there are costs associated with either developers or GP's and/or investors or LP's equity. You can use this template to calculate interest on funds introduced by developers and investors.


Miscellaneous Loan 

This sheet allows you to calculate interest costs on funds from a 5th source--just in case.

Optionally, you can choose to calculate interest costs with a fixed or variable interest rate, with an option to capitalise or defer interest payments.


This Breaks Excel

This is one concept that takes a while to understand, but it is super important to get clarity on. And if you try and code it, it will break your excel spreadsheet.

Total development Costs (TDC)

The total costs for any development project, include finance and interest costs, especially for construction. In fact, the banks have to allow interest costs as part of total development costs.

Interest is calculated on maximum debt

The total interest for the project is calculated on the maximum loan amount or maximum debt that the bank has approved for your project.

Maximum Debt is calculated based on the Lenders loan to cost ratio

The maximum amount of money that you can borrow is determined by the loan to cost ratio i.e. a percentage of the Total Development Costs of your project.

Has your brain exploded yet?


I know mine did when I first tried to get my head around it. This is an infinite loop & requires some serious coding that can iterate interest calculations to arrive at the most probable value.

To simplify… This is how it works… 

  • TDC Includes Interest On Construction
  • Interest Is Calculated From Maximum Available Debt
  • Maximum Available Debt Is Calculated As A % Of TDC

Did you get that?

Doesn't matter - because you don't have to worry about a thing… 

✓ It's been taken care of in all Development Feasibility Softwares of Lead Developer Feasibility Suite. 

You just go about with your business & the code works in the background. You have no idea how many times we broke the sheet, trying to code this loop. 

But I made sure that all 3 development softwares: 

  • One Minute Feaso
  • Smart Feasibility Calculator
  • Lead Developer

…were coded to get this right. So all three of them go into a loop 50 times before a probable (most likely) interest cost is selected for your project. 

This is where Lead Developer Feasibility Suite excels against anything that can be built at home using spreadsheets & templates. In fact, I have never seen this function in any other development feasibility software program.


I've invested over 8 years of my own time and money finding, stacking and executing property development projects. Checking them against my project feasibilities and tracking them. I have literally gone through thousands of iterations to finally have them packaged in a property development feasibility software / application.

These tools were the missing piece of the puzzle i needed to make confident development decisions when i started out as a property developer.

Lead developer is a detailed financial feasibility software with the ability to plan and distribute cash flows using s-curve, create custom cost heads and cost codes with multiple financing options.

Forecast Development Costs
Using S-Curve

100% Fully customizable development cost codes can be forecasted over your project timeline using
s-curve distributions with the ability to select the steepness of your bell curve to distribute not only construction costs but any or all development costs.

Detailed Summary Sheet
Including Cash Flows

Whether you are after a one page summary or a detailed summary that includes summarized cash flow distributions

Multiple Financing & Refinancing Options

Calculate finance and interest costs for 5 different scenarios. Buy a site and hold, then refinance & then convert it into commercial construction loan & finally use a permanent loan to pay out the construction loan. In addition, calculate interest on mezzanine finance as well as your own developers equity.

Decision Metrics

Extensive decision metrics from project profit, development margin on cost & revenue, cash on cash return, developers equity contributions, residual value of land, net present value, internal rate of return as well as an income statement

The simple development feasibility software

Ever found detailed feasibilities daunting? Specially the ones with cashflows, financing options… the ones that scare people off? Well, I can tell you that Lead Developer is designed to be your best friend. It has all the features of an advanced feasibility software, without the "scariness" that comes with them.

Lead Developer+ allows you to Customize Cost Codes,
cost centres, tax codes, tax rates & currency symbols.

Lead Developer goes one step further. It allows you to customize every cost centre so you are familiar with the nomenclature. You can customize, Tax Codes like GST and VAT - allocate a percentage to them as well as customize the currency symbol and

you only have to Customize your Lead Developer Master (LD_MasterData) once… 

Once you have your master data sheet set, every time you create new feasibility, it will automatically pick your custom cost codes, cost centres and tax rates if applicable. 

And the best part… you can add new cost centres as and when required and they will update in your current feasibility in real-time. 

You can also share the master sheet with others so your entire organization uses the same cost centres & master data every time they conduct a development feasibility.


Fully Customizable

Start with a well laid out template & customize your own cost heads & cost codes, set custom GST & VAT rates as well as your own unit of measurements

Exhaustive List Of Development Costs

Customize or use my built in exhaustive list of development costs already set to mimic exactly how a development project unfolds. You only have to customize this once to create your own template

Construction Cost Calculations

Three ways to calculate
detailed construction costs:
1) Average cost / built area, 2) Average cost per unit,
3) Detailed cost calculation by individual built area

Sale Value Calculations & Other Income

Two methods to calculate the sale value of your units, apartments and or townhouses. In addition, you can also calculate other income generated from your site while you prepare for construction

Lessons Learnt - from A Project That Almost Took Me Under...

A few years ago I was doing a 12 Townhouse Project in Melbourne. It was a $9m project, pretty significant for me at the time. From day 1, I was closely watching and tracking the project like a hawk.


Constantly keeping an eye on the bottom line. I had pre-sold 6 out of 12 Townhouses to meet my lenders' requirements. I had already negotiated the loan to cost with a lender and I was just waiting for a commercial valuation to get the construction loan across the line.

I had done a few projects before, however, never with a top bank. At the time I only had experience in dealing with hard (shark) money lenders. They are pretty strict with terms and higher interest costs, but they usually allow you to borrow more. 

But this time I was dealing with a major bank and I learned two costly lessons, which nearly cost me the project.

Lesson # 1

So here's what happened… 

My first setback was when I got back the valuation. As you know major lenders will only consider the value of your project as per the commercial valuation or appraisal. And for a construction loan, the property developer always needs a commercial valuation. 

It is also known as PRSV - Project Related Site Value

It similar to the residual value of land, but countries that have taxes like GST & VAT have a slightly different way of calculating residual value. 

The valuation wasn't where I wanted so I disputed it with the valuer and the bank…  

For now let's get to the blunders I made, although they were naive mistakes, but as you know naive mistakes in developments can cost you the project.

The first thing I learned in this transaction was that a bank will always come up with their own total development cost. It might have cost you $X.00, but when a lender calculates the total cost, it may or may not include certain soft costs. 

Let me explain, let's say you allowed 70% of Total Development Cost (TDC) for your construction loan. 

What does that mean?

It means, that if your total project costs are 100, the bank will fund 70 and the developer will have to come up with 30 to complete the project. 

However, if the bank decides that your TDC (Total Development / Project Costs) is not 100, it is 80 - then that means, it will only fund 56 & you now have to come up with 44 instead of 30. Suddenly you are out of pocket another 14 - which you never accounted for. 

And this is exactly what happened to me in this project. I had done numerous feasibilities and looked at funding tables with shark lenders as well, but it had never impacted me before. Because shark lenders always allowed me to borrow more. Mainly because they can borrow money based on total sales of your project, instead of total project costs. 

Well, let's just say I didn't sink. I managed to gather the shortfall, some in cash and some in credit as I was controlling the construction side as well. 

But the lesson I learned in this transaction was that I needed to have a funding table in my feasibility which was flexible enough for me to allocate costs to the developer as percentage & then come up with what I like to call, Bank's TDC for your project. 

Both, Smart Feasibility Calculator (SFC) & Lead Developer - give you 100% flexibility to foresee what could be your BANK's TDC. 

I have never seen a funding table as part of a development feasibility in any software before and that's why I wanted to make sure that Lead Developer Feasibility Software has everything that a developer and investors faces while doing projects.

Funding Table In Lead Developer


Construction Interest Reserve

Here's the Double Whammy…

When the bank used their own Total Development Cost to calculate the maximum debt for my project… I figured a lower debt i.e. more money from my pocket was my only problem… 

But little did I know, there was one more thing that was about to hit me like wrecking ball️…

Construction Interest 
The bank calculated their approximate construction interest which was around $160,000 and then deducted this amount from the total debt that was available for construction…

Did you understand what just happened here? (apart from me being hit by the wrecking ball - I got caught unawares. Let me explain…

Lesson # 2


Continued From Lesson # 1

Let's say the actual Total Development Costs for my project were a $100 & I assumed that I will be able to borrow 70% of those costs - i.e. bank will fund $70 & I have to inject $30 as developer's equity… 

But then Bank calculated their own TDC and used $80 as total costs - which meant that bank was funding $56 & I was funding $44 

Here's the double whammy…

Bank then decides that $16 is the approximate interest on the $56 that they will lend me… so they will deduct $16 from $56 & hold on it to as a construction interest reserve… 

Which means that the total debt available for construction is now $56 - $16=$40 & $60 needs to come from my pocket… i.e. developer's equity… 

This is what all top banks do… although the loan is approved to you - but they will hang on to the interest reserve and not release it to you as debt… 

One way to look at this is, since I am using less debt, I'll be paying less interest… 

However, on the other hand..

It means that you as a developer can be out of pocket mid way… because suddenly you have to come up with cash or equity that you didn’t account for. 
Secondly, it brings down your Return on Equity & IRR - because now more money is required by you for the same amount of profit.

The Good News

  • Again, the good news is that Lead Developer: Development Feasibility Software already has this inbuilt. It takes into account the Bank's TDC & Construction Interest Reserve and calculates interest by using Developer's Equity First and debt 2nd. 

As Always…

  • You don’t have to worry about a thing… it all happens in the background…

Hurdle Rates

Set hurdle rates for net present value, internal rate of return, residual value of land &
project related site value

Sensitivity Analysis

Determine what happens to your project's bottom line when your costs & sales fluctuate. Set increment & decrement percentage for costs and sale values to see the impact on your profit, development margin & return on equity

Project Related Site Value

Common valuation method used by commercial valuers to value development approved sites. This is where we look at gross realizations and deduct all costs of development to arrive at your project-related site value (commonly used in Australia)

Cash Flow Analysis

Distribute your costs across your timeline using normal distribution and s-curves (with ability to select the steepness of your s-curve) and get a clear picture of monthly cash flows

Project Related Site Value | Residual Land Value

Don't get confused by PRSV, it basically means the site's value based on its development permit. 

If you would remember from Lesson # 1, I wasn't happy with the valuation. Because a lower commercial valuation based on my existing permit, meant that I will have to chip in more from my pocket. 

And as a developer… your aim is to always be able to borrow the maximum amount, so you can increase your Return On Equity & IRR.

PRSV or Project Related Site Value is very similar to Residual Value Of Land - and is commonly used by professional valuers all over the world. Where it differs from Residual Value Of Land is in its treatment of GST or VAT if applicable.

I personally use PRSV, to make sure, given my allocated costs, I will get the valuation I am after. On the other hand, a lot of our clients in 🇺🇸 USA, 🇨🇦 Canada would simply use the residual land valuation method as GST and VAT do not apply to them.

If you are only after the Maximum Amount You Should Pay For Land, based on Its development potential - stick with Residual Value Of Land. 

Simply enter your target development margin or your hurdle rate, and Lead Developer will give you the maximum amount you should pay for land, based on all the costs you have assumed for your project. In Lead Developer, you do not need to do much for this report, except for entering your desired hurdle rate.


My dispute with the valuer

As I was going through the valuation i.e. PRSV, provided by the Bank's Appointed Valuer, I was doing my own calculations to hack in to the valuers method of arriving at the site's value. 

I could figure everything out, except for one little thing…

Entrepreneurial Margin For Profit And Risk: In the valuation, the valuer had a very high percentage, which had lowered the land value. This is exactly the same as your Hurdle Rate.

Hurdle Rate

I first raised this with the bank manager I was dealing with who basically shot me down, saying the bank has to go with what the valuer / official appraiser has come up with. 

So I put it to the bank differently. I said, I can understand every value that the valuer has used in the valuation. Some costs are high, but I understand where they are coming from so I accept - but what I cannot understand is the entrepreneurial risk margin or a hurdle rate of 24% when a similar project like mine would normally site between 15%-20%. 

How did the valuer come up with 24%?

If he/she can explain me the logic behind 24%, I would happily accept the commercial valuation. 

It turned out that the valuer had used this figure out of thin air & after a few phone calls and emails - the valuer revised this number to 18%, which increased the value of land for me, which basically meant that I could borrow more & hence use less amount of my own equity. 

Entrepreneurial Margin For Profit And Risk is the same as Target Development Margin or your hurdle rate.

Its job is to put pressure on land value - because given a level of project costs, the only thing that can go down is the value of the land that you have paid. Valuers do that to cover their backside and lenders do that to mitigate risk further. 

Needless to say, both Target Development Margin and Entrepreneurial Risk Margin calculations are covered in Lead Developer.

Residual Land Valuation Method Is Covered in all our Real Estate development feasibility softwares...

Use This To Impress Investors And Lenders

Ever wanted to impress your investors or lenders?
Now you can using Lead Developers' Summary Tab


Project Review At A Glance

Review your project at a glance or corresponding combined cash out flows at one place.


Decision Metrics

All your decision metrics, with option to tweak your hurdle rates…


Cost & revenue Analysis

Cost & Revenue analysis based on Area, Net Leasable or Saleable Area - broken down by each cost centre…


sensitivity Analysis

As well as Sensitivity Analysis at a Glance…

How Well Does Property Development Feasibility Suite Works?

Veej K

Property Developer / Investor

All seminars, books I have been reading to become a property developer fade in comparison to your property development feasibility. Thanks for posting these videos mate, much appreciated.

Jim Delalis

Property Developer / Investor

Loved your Smart Calculator. Great when on the road and in a hurry to get quick overall picture of a development worth pursuing or not. Well done

Bill Rodney

Senior lecturer in real estate finance, investment and valuation at Cass business school & director I-analysis training

I was impressed – your “BoE” models are more detailed and well presented than most I’ve seen.


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