Property development refers to the buying of homes, offices, stores, or locations to raise their value and sell for a higher amount. Whether you want to start a new, expand your current, or purchase an existing Property Development business, and require a Property Development Business Plan… DTC can assist!
One of the main benefits within the property development industry is the profits that can be obtained from developing on a land or existing property. This profit is a very direct incentive for those within the industry. Another driving force behind property development is the social value elicited from developments; providing housing, places of work, educational facilities, and more to help in improving the surrounding community.
Most business strategists agree that planning is one of the most important aspects of running a business. A well-developed Property Development Business Plan guides you through each stage of starting and managing your business. Our developments are used to create a vision for businesses, secure funding, secure non-repayable business grants, attract team members and/or manage the business.
Core elements of a coherent Property Development Business Plan include:
•Executive summary: This is an overview of your business and its plans. It is first in your plan and is one to two pages in length.
•Body: This section describes how are you going to take your opportunity and turn it into a business. It cover your marketing and sales plan, operational plan, milestones, and metrics for success.
•Company and management summary: This section describes the current management team and future additions to it. Include a brief a overview of your legal structure, location, and history if you’re already up and running.
•Financial plan: A financial forecast is vitally important in a business plan. It lays out possible costs and addresses avenues for how to manage these costs. DTC will tell you what information to include in your financial plan.
•Financial projections: Comprises of namely the management account, income statement, balance sheet, cash flow, cash forecast, break even analysis, loan amortisation schedule, and fixed asset schedule. Charts, ratios, and calculations are also included.
•Annexures: Are statutory information required by funders in an application. This includes management CV’s and references, quotations, additional images and information.
We understand the intricacies of the various criteria and requirements for a custom and accurate business plan. If using the plan to raise funding and/or non-repayable business grants, we guide you through the process. We provide access to our expansive network of funders throughout the country.
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