In Episode 38 Carter concludes his discussion into the planning process related to a project financing utilizing the unique process developed by Launch over 35+ years of working on over 500 projects around the United States.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- What can be done to Reduce, Eliminate and/or Defer infrastructure costs.
- How to estimate your Development Impact Fee Credits?
- Should you consider establishing your own Development Impact Fee?
- Why doing a Fiscal Impact Analysis is critical to identifying and structuring a financing analysis.
- How are all financing mechanisms assembled and communicated to the jurisdiction/agency through The Finance Plan™.
Plus: Whenever you’re ready, here are 4 ways Launch can help you with your project:
- Prepare an Initial District Bond Sizing for Your Project– If you have a project in excess of 250 acres in AZ, CA, CO, FL, ID, NC, NM, SC, TX or UT, contact Carter Froelich email@example.com and have Launch prepare an initial bond analysis for your project.
- Add Favorable Financing Language to Annexation and/or Development Agreements – Create certainty and flexibility related to your project’s infrastructure financing by having Launch professionals prepare handcrafted favorable financing language for inclusion in your Annexation and/or Development Agreement.
- Perform The RED Analysis™ on your Project– We have developed a unique process at Launch called The RED Analysis™ in which we perform a diagnostic review of your project to determine possible ways to Reduce, Eliminate and Defer infrastructure construction costs in order to enhance project returns.
- Track Your Reimbursable Costs Utilizing The Launch Reimbursement System™ (“LRS”) – Never lose track of your district eligible reimbursable costs and have Launch manage your district’s costs reimbursement tracking, preparation of electronic reimbursement submittal packages and processing of your reimbursement requests with the district, jurisdiction and/or agency.
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Complimentary Bond Sizing