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RES 497 - Week 3 - Cost Structure and Financial Analysis

RES 497 - Week 3 - Cost Structure and Financial Analysis

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1.Due by Day 7. Cost Structure and Financial Analysis. In a five- to seven-page paper  (not including the title and reference pages), analyze the financial and cost  considerations to

be included in the development of yourFinal Paper–a strategic real estate business plan–by considering, in detail, all revenues and costs involved in the startup and ongoing operations of a real estatebased business. 

Be sure to include the following elements, and use headings to organize your analysis:

  • Determine the startup costs.
  • Determine the operating expenses of the business for the first two years, identifying fixed and 

Variabl expenses.

  • Formulate a plan to cover startup and ongoing operations expenses, as well as your personal 

Financial requirements to remain solvent until sufficient business cash flow begins.

  • Describe anticipated revenue sources (agent fees, commissions, desk fees, etc.) and when your cash flow
  • will begin, along with when you anticipate the breakeven point will occur (when revenue equals


  • Discuss the overall viability of the business based on your financial projections.

Your paper must be five to seven pages (not including the title and reference pages) and 

formatted according to

APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide (you may incorporate spreadsheets as partof the paperwhere appropriate). You must cite at least three scholarly sources in addition to the textbook

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