A feasibility report is a document that assesses potential solutions to the business problem or opportunity, and determines which of these are viable for further analysis.

    The purpose of the feasibility report is to present the project parameters and define the potential solutions to the defined problem, need, or opportunity. Having brainstormed a variety of potential solutions, the project team expands on each of these potential solutions, providing sufficient detail, including very high-level costing information, to permit the project leader to recommend to the approving authority all of the viable potential solutions that should be further analyzed in the next phase (Business Case). Project constraints and limitations of expenditure are among the various factors that will determine viability.


    Report style 1: Capex only with heads up

    Image 2aThis reporting style is the most economical of all the reports. On inspection of the property our team of engineers will provide the heads up and then within a week will provide the Capital Expenditure (Capex) in immediate / medium term / long term.

    The heads up generally consists of major deal breakers and highlighting significant issues with the property related to services engaged for in the fee proposal.

    The Capex includes the items which in the immediate term like within a year is most likely to be involved with the property; medium term which includes item in the 2-5 years of the property and long term which includes item in the 6-10 years of the property are most likely to incur Capital expenditure.

    Please note we cover all services of the property and do not restrict to the building structure and façade. As of today majority of the residential property reports do not provide Capex with heads up.


    Report style 2: Capex, heads up and a brief report

    Image 2bThis reporting style is the includes all the items of the reporting style 1 and in addition will describe the property with illustrations useful for the potential buyer to know what services are in the property. All the items will be covered which will include description of the services in brief.

    Please note we cover all services of the property and do not restrict to the building structure and façade. As of today majority of the residential property reports do not provide Capex with heads up.

     

     


    Report style 3: Capex, heads up and a detailed report

    Image 2cThis reporting style is the includes all the items of the reporting style 1 and in addition will describe the property with illustrations useful for the potential buyer to know what services are in the property. All the items will be covered which will include description of the services in detail. This is useful for the buyer to understand the extent of the work that will be involved when the property is under renovation or upgrade.

    Please note we cover all services of the property and do not restrict to the building structure and façade. As of today majority of the residential property reports do not provide Capex with heads up.

     

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