Join OCDCA and Mark Barbash for the next phase of the Art of the Deal.
The goal of the session is to provide participants with a basic framework that enables a CDC to play a role in development.
Using a few representative case studies, the course will walk through the development components, identifying key information to obtain and questions to ask.
The course would be taught from the perspective of a CDC, while also trying to “get into the heads” of the project stakeholders.
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|Making the Real Estate Deal in the Neighborhood
September 15, 2016
9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
100 E. Broad Street
6th Floor Board Room
Columbus, OH 43215
This is sponsored by Citizen’s Bank and will include a round table lunch discussion with Citizens that will focus on two main things:
How a Bank Makes a Decision: This primarily covers the credit factors in a real estate development deal including value determination, cash flow analysis, market analysis, cash flow coverage, collateral coverage, etc.
Rules of the Game: This focuses on some of the non-credit factors: how a bank evaluates the experience of a developer, how banks look at neighborhood deals, what’s the difference between a community bank and a larger regional bank (from the perspective of a neighborhood developer), and how banks look at working with public programs.