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Title: FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A MIXED DEVELOPMENT - A RESIDENTIAL CUM SHOPPING COMPLEX
Authors: HAN KWOK HOCK
Keywords: Sensitivity Analysis
Risk Analysis
Market Analysis
Location Analysis
Feasibility
Viability
Debt Financing
Cash Flow
Construction
Profitability
Issue Date: 1985
Citation: HAN KWOK HOCK (1985). FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A MIXED DEVELOPMENT - A RESIDENTIAL CUM SHOPPING COMPLEX. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Real Estate development usually involves large capital outlay and the investments are not easily reversed once committed. With the increasing complexity in the nature and scale of development, decision making has become a difficult task. Therefore in order to ensure success in real estate development, careful analysis should be conducted to assess the feasibility and viability of any proposed scheme. One such way of assessing the scheme is through the use of feasibility analysis technique. In this dissertation, the author seeks to illustrate the techniques of feasibility analysis through a case study. In addition, modern techniques such as sensitivity analysis, risk analysis and debt financing analysis are also incorporated to provide a better perspective to the viability and feasibility of the investment.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/219402
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