Due Diligence Handbook

Due Diligence Handbook
Author: Linda S Spedding
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 749
Release: 2008-11-11
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9780750686211

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"Due Diligence Handbook provides business directors with a practical and authoritative guidance to minimising financial and legal risks, as well as risks to reputation. The book brings together practical information on relevant legislation, regulations, codes and best practice guidance in one volume." "The book provides clear guidance and case studies to help understand the complexity of due diligence issues, and to demonstrate the detailed work that is necessary to ensure that the benefits of an acquisition can be realised and that there are no unexpected problems."--BOOK JACKET.

The Due Diligence Handbook For Commercial Real Estate

The Due Diligence Handbook For Commercial Real Estate
Author: Brian Hennessey
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2015-06-25
Genre: Commercial real estate
ISBN: 1511996897

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UPDATED THIRD EDITION There''s a HUGE problem in the commercial real estate business that nobody is talking about- DUE DILIGENCE. Investors are leaving big money on the table by not learning these essential principles. Most investors, real estate brokers and commercial real estate professionals barely scratch the surface conducting their due diligence. Mainly because "they don''t know what they don''t know. I''ve spent over 30 years helping investors buy and sell over 9 million square feet of property and witnessed the practices of professional and small investors. It wasn''t until I became an acquisition executive and learned some humiliating, expensive lessons that "I didn''t know what I didn''t know". You will learn how to avoid mistakes with costly consequences, create more value, and more essential information for buying investment property. This book is a #1 Best Seller of commercial real estate books on Amazon. It is an easy-to-follow, proven "step by step" system that investors and real estate professionals use regularly while conducting their due diligence. It will help you to make informed, intelligent decisions when deciding whether to buy or NOT buy. Adhering to a proven system allows you to conduct due diligence faster, easier, more efficiently and you''re less likely to miss something. Here are just a few of the lessons you''ll learn: Negotiating the purchase and sale agreement and what you MUST include in order to maximize your opportunities to negotiate further with the seller. (Super important to know.) Reviewing the leases Not knowing what provisions to watch for could cost you dearly once you own it. (Don''t leave it up to chance to "work out.") Uncovering hidden problems and issues (Sellers will NOT disclose these, so you need to know where to look for them. They will not "hand you a list of problems" about the property. Many of these issues could make or break your investment.) Critical factors to consider during your financial analysis. There''s a list of essential questions included that MUST be addressed. (Leaving these questions unanswered can be potentially devastating to an investment.) Not "over-paying" by making sure you''re getting all you deserve, by getting credited fairly for items on the closing statement. (This includes specific items to review, instructions on what to ask for to minimize your chances of getting taken advantage of, potentially losing big money by not having this information.) These fundamentals remain the same and are all applicable whether they are: residential rental properties, industrial, retail, or office buildings. This system will help reduce risk and create value for all of them. In addition, the handbook includes: PHYSICAL & MECHANICAL INSPECTION PHOTOS (That shows you what to look for and how to assess issues.) Due Diligence Checklist Due Diligence Document Checklist Sample Tenant Questionnaire (A sample list of questions that you should ask of tenants when conducting a tenant interview. This is a wealth of information when done properly. Learn this or lose out.) By having this valuable system, you will be more prepared and confident in your ability to negotiate, going up against ANY seller. As a pilot uses a pre-flight checklist prior to each flight, you''ll want to refer to this handbook every time you buy an investment property.There are too many things to remember. We need reminding as much as we need learning! Warren Buffet said, "Risk comes from not knowing what you''re doing." So having a proven system in place helps you know what you''re doing.Buy the book now! It will be one of the best investments in real estate you ever make. Not buying it could be one of your most costly decisions.

Due Diligence and Corporate Governance

Due Diligence and Corporate Governance
Author: Linda S Spedding
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 542
Release: 2005-03-07
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 0754526224

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This practical title covers broadly the subject of due diligence - used to provide a framework for helping businesses avoid reputational, environmental and social hazards. Straightforward and clearly written, Due Diligence and Corporate Governance is a unique title which covers all aspects of new due diligence in one book. Taking a risk-based approach, this essential reference book for company secretaries, directors and managers, includes checklists to monitor risk management, explains best practice illustrated with practical examples and diagrams, and explains in a user-friendly way exactly how to get it right. LexisNexis UK and CIMA Publishing are offering CIMA members a discount on this product. Please go to www. lexisnexis. co. uk/cimapublishing to see if you qualify and to order.

Due Diligence Handbook

Due Diligence Handbook
Author: William M. Crilly
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1998
Genre: Auditing
ISBN: 0814404073

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Due Diligence Handbook

Due Diligence Handbook
Author: William M. Crilly
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1998
Genre: Auditing
ISBN: 0814404073

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Mineral Property Evaluation

Mineral Property Evaluation
Author: Richard L. Bullock,Scott Mernitz
Publsiher: Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration
Total Pages: 554
Release: 2017-12-01
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9780873354455

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“Everything” sums up what must be considered for a properly documented property evaluation. Less than 30% of the projects that are developed in the minerals industry yield the return on investment that was projected from the project feasibility studies. The tools described in this handbook will greatly improve the probability of meeting your projections and minimizing project execution capital cost blowout that has become so prevalent in this industry in recent years. Mineral Property Evaluation provides guidelines to follow in performing mineral property feasibility and evaluation studies and due diligence, and in preparing proper documents for bankable presentations. It highlights the need for a consistent, systematic methodology in performing evaluation and feasibility work. The objective of a feasibility and evaluation study should be to assess the value of the undeveloped or developed mineral property and to convey these findings to the company that is considering applying technical and physical changes to bring the property into production of a mineral product. The analysis needs to determine the net present worth returned to the company for investing in these changes and to reach that decision point as early as possible and with the least amount of money spent on the evaluation study. All resources are not reserves, nor are all minerals an ore. The successful conclusion of any property evaluation depends on the development, work, and conclusions of the project team. The handbook has a diverse audience: • Professionals in the minerals industry that perform mineral property evaluations. • Companies that have mineral properties and perform mineral property feasibility studies and evaluations or are buying properties based on property evaluation. • Financial institutions, both domestic and overseas, that finance or raise capital for the minerals industry. • Consulting firms and architectural and engineering contractors that utilize mineral property feasibility studies and need standards to follow. • And probably the most important, the mining and geological engineering students and geology and economic geology students that need to learn the standards that they should follow throughout their careers.

Environmental Due Diligence

Environmental Due Diligence
Author: Kenneth S. Tramm
Publsiher: Infinity Publishing
Total Pages: 1
Release: 2006
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9780741433985

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"This book covers the evolution of environmental site assessment practices from the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA- 1970), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA- 1976), Comprehensive Enrironmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA- 1980) to the development of an industry standard in 1993 (ASTM E1527) and the final AAI standards as published by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2005"--Page xii.

Checklists for Due Diligence

Checklists for Due Diligence
Author: Peter Howson
Publsiher: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
Total Pages: 156
Release: 2008
Genre: Business enterprises
ISBN: 0566088622

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This collection of checklists is designed to help you make your due diligence process is as smooth and as effective as possible. They cover both the commercial due diligence process - in other words, how can you be sure you are buying the company you think you are? Are you sure it is as good as the seller says? How can you be certain unexpected costs and obligations will not suddenly appear once you are the owner and responsible for them? How best can you arm yourself for the negotiations? As well as the due diligence process itself - making sure you manage the risk aspects of any acquisition.