- cnatParticipant@cnatJoin Date: 2006Post Count: 4
I am hoping someone can help me. I puchased a property a few years ago with the intention of developing it in the future (should be ok for 4* 3 br units or 3 townhouses), but I am unsure of all of the costs I should consider so see whether it is viable at this stage or but on the back burner until a few more years pass. Does anyone know of a template available for this purpose?
Thanks in advance,
CNat.nordicskierMember@nordicskierJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 85
One relevant area is Council fees. Get an idea of the cost of the building value and go to your local Council and request in writing a quote of Council fees – Planning/Development Application, Inspections, Plumbing Inspections, State levies, and developer contributions. You will need to give the address of the subject land for this calculation.XeniaMember@xeniaJoin Date: 2002Post Count: 1,231BluewaterFinancialParticipant@bluewaterfinancialJoin Date: 2006Post Count: 18
I can help you with your feasibility template…
I am a commercial lending broker predominantly focused on residential and commercial developments. I have a simple excel model which I use. It also comes in handy to show lenders within proposal for finance. Always willing to assist.
Wade Greasley | Bluewater Financial Pty Limited
Mo – 0414564743 | [email protected]
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Some friends of mine have put their house up for sale, and I am helping them with it. They are looking to sell it to Developers or anyone else. I would be interested if you can send this to me.
They have also used a Quantity Surveyor as well in relation to the subdivision of the property. It is 1061m sq flat and rectangular.
It might be worth while using a quantity surveyor as well for your project as they should know the costings and depreciation schedule.