A young businessman looking into a 80,000 square feet of office / warehouse building as a potential acquisition. The building is currently fully leased, but all four leases expire shortly. Due to changing market conditions, has the protagonist on the current market conditions and try to estimate future conditions to his analysis complete look. The case is designed to explore fundamental questions in property valuations. The focus is on the development of a simple set-up for the project ‘based … Read more »

A young businessman looking into a 80,000 square feet of office / warehouse building as a potential acquisition. The building is currently fully leased, but all four leases expire shortly. Due to changing market conditions, has the protagonist on the current market conditions and try to estimate future conditions to his analysis complete look. The case is designed to explore fundamental questions in property valuations. The focus is on the development of a simple set-up on the project’s cash flows and then examines how returns and values ​​that are affected by the changes in certain assumptions.
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William J. Poorvu,
Richard E. Crum
Source: Harvard Business School
10 pages.
Publication Date: Apr 25, 1990. Prod #: 390181-PDF-ENG
South Park IV HBR case solution

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