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Key lessons from our experiences on maximising value and understanding stakeholder impact with distressed property assets, particularly when related to partially completed development sites.
Debt trading is a powerful tool to obtain a fast outcome and to maximise loan recovery with distressed development sites. But it is less active in Australia.
There is a slowdown in housing construction leading to a weak forward work and many builders are struggling. Developers and lenders should assess builders capacity carefully.
In this article we discuss development loans. They are often the riskiest commercial property loans, but can produce attractive returns.
High rise residential construction has become the norm for many cities in the world, but for Australia this is somewhat new. With anything new there are normally teething issues.
This article provides insights and suggestions to improve a very useful way of differentiating between groupings of builder tier capability within the construction industry.
This is Part 2 of a 2-part series on pre-sales. In this part we take a closer look at pre-sales risks and discuss ways that they could be mitigated.
In Part 1 of a 2-part series on pre-sales, we conduct a superficial analysis of the current pre-sale regime and identify the pros and cons for each party.
Developers and lenders should ensure that they have ongoing rights to information from builders about their financial position.
S-Curve methodology can also be applied to actual expenditure to estimate potential slippage in different scenarios over the life of a project.
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