RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT REFM PRO FORMA BUDGET KEY FEATURES
Simple and Incredibly Practical
Simple-to-use yet very sophisticated Residential Development REFM Financial Projection Model Template. Whatever size and stage of development your business is, with minimal planning experience and very basic knowledge of Excel you can get complete and reliable results.
Easy to follow
Clear and transparent Residential Development REFM Three Way Financial Model structure (15+ separate tabs, each focusing on a specific planning category, colour coded => input, calculation and report sheets).
Print ready (including a pro forma p&l statement, a Cash Flow Statement, a balance sheet, and a complete set of financial ratios).
Run different scenarios
A Cash Flow Statement By Month shows you what your cash balance will look like taking into account the numbers you put into the template. It means you can play with the various variables that impact your cash flow forecast, i.e., wages, sales inflow, supplier payments, taxes, and so on. By adjusting the input amounts, you will be able to see what impact they will have on your businesses’ cash flow and when this impact is likely to occur. A well-known example of this is the ability to forecast the effect a new member of staff might have on your cash flow over different periods. Increase the wage costs and see what happens to your cash flow. Running different scenarios in your Statement Of Cash Flows can have several benefits.
Manage accounts receivable.
By creating a cash flow statement that takes invoices and bills into account, you’ll be more easily able to identify who is systematically paying late. You could even go on to model different payment dates on overdue invoices to see the real effect of late payments on your cash flow.
Gaining trust from stakeholders
Investors and financing providers tend to think in terms of the big picture. They want the c-level of the companies they invest in to do the same to ensure they maintain a clear idea of the future. Providing stakeholders with a monthly cash flow statement will demonstrate a level of awareness that leads to confidence and trust and will make it easier to raise more investment.
REPORTS and INPUTS
Capital expenditures reflect the company’s amount on long-term assets expected to bring value for more than one year. For example, the cost of a computer may be capital expenditure included in the balance sheet. In contrast, the electricity cost to run this computer is an expense included in the pro forma income statement for startup
All long term assets have a useful life, and part of the cost of the asset is written off each year to the profit and loss statement as an expense. Users can find these expenses in the profit and loss pro forma under the heading of depreciation. The depreciation expense amount reduces the value of the asset shown in the balance sheet for the year.
Simultaneously, the CAPEX report shows the company’s stakeholders the full picture of the company’s expenditures on assets.
Payback period. The cost of acquiring new customers should be compared to the profits that these customers generate. When these two numbers are divided, the result is called a payback period.
In the 3 Way Financial Model Template you can visually track your key financial indicators (KPIs) for 24 months and up to five years.
The model all KPIs you might need for your company:
– EBITDA/EBIT shows your company’s operational performance;
– CASH FLOWS show your company’s inflows and outflows;
– CASH BALANCE this is the forecast of cash in hand you will have.
In this Budget Financial Model, users will find a Dashboard with core financial metrics relevant to their business. This financial dashboard is a snapshot of all critical financial metrics at a particular point in time. In particular, on this dashboard, you will see your core financials, such as revenue breakdown by years, startup cash flow statement, profitability forecasts, and cumulative cash flows.
Liquidity Position. The liquidity position of a company is an essential indication of the financial health of the enterprise. To assess the liquidity position of the company, it is necessary to calculate the liquidity ratio. Many companies set a target liquidity ratio that reflects the specifics of their business and industry. Such target liquidity ratios ensure that companies have enough cash to meet their obligations. Therefore, we recommend setting a target liquidity ratio for your Cash Flow Proforma Template.
Budget Spreadsheet consist of a Capitalization Table is one of the essential spreadsheets for start-ups. It reflects the company’s overall ownership structure and depicts who owns what, how much possesses, and at what value. A capitalization table shows equity shares, preferred shares, options, and stakeholders’ prices for such securities.
A Residential Development REFM Budget Financial Model consist a table that provides the stakeholders with the information about the periodic payments for an amortizing loan.
The loan amortization schedule includes information about the loan amount, interest rate, term to maturity, payment periods, and amortization method. In particular, loan amortization methods include the straight line, declining balance, annuity, bullet, balloon, and negative amortization.