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A methodology for Predicting Equity Input Timing/Amount for Decision Making of Financing Apartment Housing Projects - From the Perspective of Mid-sized Construction Companies -
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 Title & Authors
A methodology for Predicting Equity Input Timing/Amount for Decision Making of Financing Apartment Housing Projects - From the Perspective of Mid-sized Construction Companies -
Yoo, Jinhyuk; Cha, Heesung; Shin, Dongwoo; Kim, Kyungrai;
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 Abstract
The current PF project is entirely relying on construction company`s credibility. As such, it has increased a negative and bad recognition in domestic real estate economy. In addition, PF experts has a perception that a project`s safety of future cash flow profitability is more important than the construction company`s credibility. So many PF experts make an effort in order to set aside safe project structure of PF and analyse systematically the risks of the project. In common feasibility study of the PF Project, financial specialists and real estate specialists are forecasting and evaluating the suitability of the project through reviewing the development profit from the project of sales. However, cash flow analysis and evaluation from the perspective of mid-sized construction companies are still in the primary level. Therefore, this study has analysed the current feasibility study and go/no go decision making procedures. Then the authors have a new cash flow analysis method from the perspective of mid-sized construction companies, by improving the feasibility study and go/no go decision making procedures.
 Keywords
Apartment Housing;Cash Flow;Feasibility study;Go/No-go Decsiion;Project Financing;
 Language
Korean
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