SB Friedman frequently analyzes proposed projects to determine their level of projected financial feasibility. These analyses can help our clients test development scenarios, and make policy or investment decisions. We perform these analyses in support of financial negotiations, requests for public-private financial assistance, land sale transactions, and land use/density regulation decision-making.
Real Estate Economics
Real estate economics are often the core factors that determine whether and how a project will “work.” This includes assessment of the market potential for a given development program through review of market demand and competitive supply. Real estate financial analysis then builds on this foundation by analyzing whether the project will be financially feasible, as proposed.
SB Friedman routinely works in all aspects of real estate economics, frequently within the context of public-private projects. Our firm has access to a range of powerful data sources and analytical tools for such applications as market supply and demand analysis, financial pro forma development, and project benchmarking.