MF Asset Management Model.

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My firm started a new fund a little less than a year ago that gives us the ability to hold our multifamily developments longer (5-7 years). Historically we sold upon stabilization so an asset management system or reporting process was never really implemented.

We now have a few hundred units about to be delivered and everyone is looking at me to take on the asset management/investor reporting for these longer term deals.

Does anyone have a simple AM model that allows me track actual vs proforma and do some simple hold/refi/sell analysis? Im not looking for anything fancy I just don't want to start building this from scratch. Thanks in advance to anyone who is willing to share.

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Dec 18, 2018

Hi ChangedMyName, check out these links:

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You're welcome.

Jul 5, 2019

I don't have any models that would help you, but just found this and was curious to know if you found what you were looking for. Are you still handling your firm's AM (and if so how's it going)?

Jul 7, 2019

Would be interested as well

Jul 12, 2019
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