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Published in : 2016-11-27 | by Spencer Burton
Download the model used in this video here: https://www.adventuresincre.com/development-budget-distributing-cash-flows-using-the-s-curve-method/ ...
Published in : 2018-06-16 | by Spencer Burton
A method for adding actual real estate construction cash flows to a construction draw forecasting model, such that the forecast automatically adjusts based on ...
Published in : 2017-02-20 | by Spencer Burton
A few years ago, I set out to create an alternative to the now discontinued ARGUS DCF. over time the project changed from building "an alternative" to creating ...
Published in : 2016-12-23 | by Spencer Burton
A back-of-the-envelope Excel model for home builders to assess the financial feasibility of a potential build. This pro forma is built on one Excel tab only, ...
Published in : 2016-04-09 | by Spencer Burton
Watching others model is a great way to learn new tricks, and improve your own modeling abilities. I turned on my screen recorder and built a basic multifamily ...
Published in : 2015-11-22 | by Spencer Burton
This video has an audio error starting at 8:12. I've uploaded a corrected version of the video, which you can find here: ...
Published in : 2017-11-24 | by Spencer Burton
Warning: This video is long and boring! But, if you're preparing for a real estate technical interview, you'll likely find value in it. Watch me complete what is an ...
Published in : 2015-11-01 | by Spencer Burton
A basic real estate valuation model for office, retail, or industrial deals built in Microsoft Excel. The model includes a simple DCF module to calculate cash flows ...
Published in : 2016-07-21 | by Spencer Burton
How to build a simple tool in Excel - the IRR Matrix - to analyze the internal rate of return of a real estate investment in each year of the projected hold period.
Published in : 2016-12-06 | by Spencer Burton
A real estate financial model, built in Excel, for valuing single-tenant triple net leased properties. The model uses three discount rates, rather than one, to value ...