Capital Access Offers Homeownership Development Toolbox Training, Dec. 5-7, 2006 - Philadelphia, PA
Capital Access, Inc
This training provides an excellent opportunity for creators of homeownership projects to cultivate and implement successful project plans that anchor neighborhood revitalization. Particular Attention is focused on property acquisition, fundraising and marketing strategies for mixed income projects.
Toolbox Training Helps You
1. Think carefully through the entire development process
2. Analyze project options and changes in real time
3. Master financial analysis
4. Develop doable projects
5. Obtain funding
6. Manage construction process
7. Market and sell homes
Developers and funders work through a comprehensive guide to development that helps them manage projects from start to finish. Participants learn by doing real deals in a computer lab setting. Participants learn to use a Project Development Pro Forma program that includes:
1. Affordability Analysis of Target Homebuyers
2. Development Budget
3. Unit Mix and Sale Proceeds
4. Construction and Permanent Sources and Uses of Funds
5. Project Cash Flow
Three days of intense classes are held in a computer lab, with each participant using an individual computer to follow the trainer's spreadsheet work via multimedia projector. Knowledge of Microsoft Excel is needed. Participants are encouraged to bring real deals to the training so that they can be analyzed in the CAI Pro Forma Template. Capital Access, Inc. provides two senior level trainers for the workshop - broadening the experience and making sure no one is left behind. Breakfast and lunch are included.
To learn more about Capital Access, Inc. and the Homeownership Development Toolbox training please visit, www.capitalaccessinc.com.
Questions? Please contact Edie Shimel at 215-551-2000.
Related Link: Capital Access Website
For more information contact:
Capital Access, Inc
237 Tasker Street
Posted October 16, 2006
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