Technical Feasibility Study

One of the major components of a project feasibility study is technical study.  In case of product proposal, a technical study identifies whether the product could be produced at the highest possible quality level with minimum cost.

Factors to be considered in technical study

  • The appearance of the product such as physical, mechanical and chemical properties should be illustrated.
  • Data flow or detail flow charts should indicate the material and energy requirement during the manufacturing process.
  • Production schedule and plant size such as the production capacity and number of days that the project will operate per year and possible yearly production.
  • Machine requirement such as machine specification and capacities as well as machine price and auxiliary equipment will also consider. Also include the availability of spare parts and repair services.
  • Raw materials including the current and potential sources and cost of raw materials should also be determined.
  • Location of the plant as well as the plant layout and structure.
  • Waste disposal and utilities such as electricity, fuel, water and supplies.

Technical study in feasibility study can be an excellent means for trouble shooting and long term planning. It a method use of how the products and services will progress through your business to reach the target market. Other basic things need in technical study includes labor, materials, technology, and transportation.

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Guidelines for the Preparation of Project Feasibility Studies

These guidelines are required b the Board of Investment and also required by banks. (Guidelines for the Preparation of Project Feasibility Studies, Philippine Journal of Business and Finance, II, July 1968, 473-8)

1. Summary of Project

1.1 Name of Firm

1.2 Location
1.2.1 Head Office
1.2.2 Plant Site

1.3 Brief Description of the Project
1.4 Highlights of major assumptions such as market projections, share and prices, investment costs, method of financing, etc.
1.5 Summary of findings and conclusions regarding the following:
1.5.1 Market feasibility
1.5.2 Technical feasibility
1.5.3 Financial feasibility

2. General Information

2.1 Management of the project
2.1.1 Management during the pre-operating period (firms or persons involved or to be involved in marketing, engineering and other studies)
2.1.2 Management during the operating period (type of business organization; organization chart and functions of each unit; management personnel specifying the duties and time to be devoted to the project, qualifications and compensation)
2.1.3 Labor (skills required; recruitment and training program, compensation, fringe benefits and facilities)
2.1.4 Professional firms or consultants to be hired, if any

2.2. Status and Timetable of the Project

2.3 Other information (pending, litigations, information regarding intangibles)

3. Economic Aspects

3.1 Market Study

3.1.1 Demand Consumption for the past ten years and statement of the major consumers of the project Projected consumption for the next ten years and method used and factors stated in preparing the projections

3.1.2 Supply Supply for the last ten years, broken down as to source whether imported or locally produced; specification as to the form in which the goods are imported, the country of origin and the brands indicated; Local companies with their production capabilities and brands used be specified Projected supply for the next ten years Factors affecting trends in past and future supply Competitive position considering imported and/or substitute products Selling Price
Prices to be adopted including tariff protection assumed or expected for the project; Products to be sold locally to include comparison of prevailing prices (both local and imported) and prices of substitute products, whether wholesale or retail, whichever is applicable in the light of the applicant firm’s marketing program; Products to be exported to specify comparative landed cost of goods from other countries and that of those goods at the prospective importing country with prevailing prices there, either wholesale or retail, whichever is applicable. Competitiveness of the quality of the product

3.2 Marketing Program

3.2.1 Description of the present marketing practices of competitors

3.2.2 Proposed marketing program of the project describing selling organization, terms of sale channels of distribution, location of sales outlets, their corresponding costs

3.3.3 Promotion and advertising plan, including costs

3.3.4 Packaging

3.3 Projected Sales

3.3.1 Expected annual volume of sales for the next ten years considering the demand, supply, competitive position, and marketing program
3.3.2 Sales contracts, if any

3.4 Contributions to the Philippine Economy

3.4.1 Net annual amount of dollars earned or saved, after subtracting amortization of imported capital equipment; and any important of raw materials
3.4.2 Labor employed and taxes paid
4. Technical Feasibility

4.1 Product(s)

4.1.1 Description of the product(s) including specifications relating to their physical, mechanical, and chemical properties.
4.1.2 Uses of the product/s

4.2 Manufacturing Process

4.2.1 Description of the process showing detailed flow charts indicating material and energy requirement at each step and the normal duration of the process
4.2.2 Licensing agreement, if any, including terms
4.2.3 Alternative processes and factors used in determining the process to be employed
4.2.4 Processes used in existing plants and in similar projects in the Philippines or abroad

4.3 Plant Size and Production Schedule

4.3.1 Rated annual and daily plant capacity at the given number of shits per day and number of operating days per year and factors used in determining plant size
4.3.2 Expected attainable annual production volume for the next ten years, considering start-up and technical factors

4.4 Machinery

4.4.1 Machinery layout showing the number, specifications, rated capacities and balancing of capacities of each major and auxiliary equipment and standby units
4.4.2 Availability of spare parts and repair service
4.4.3 Quotations from suppliers, machinery guarantees, delivery, terms of payments and other arrangements

4.5 Plant Location

4.5.1 Site plant

4.5.2 Desirability of location in terms of distance to sources of raw materials and markets, and other factors

4.6 Plant Layout

4.6.1 Description of the plant layout, layout chart
4.6.2 Effect of layout on materials flow, handling of materials, and storage
4.6.3 Provisions for expansion

4.7 Structures

4.7.1 Buildings and construction costs
4.7.2 Other structures and their respective costs
4.7.3 Land improvements such as roads, drainage facilities, etc. and their respective costs

4.8 Raw Materials

4.8.1 Description and specification relating to their physical, mechanical, and chemical properties
4.8.2 Alternative raw materials and factors used in selecting the raw materials
4.8.3 Material balance
4.8.4 Availability, continuity of supply and current and prospective sources
4.8.5 Current and prospective costs of raw materials

4.9 Utilities
Electricity, fuel steam and supplies, specifying the uses, quantity required, balance of utilities, availability, sources and alternative sources and costs
4.10 Waste Disposal

4.10.1 Description and quantity of the waste to be disposed of
4.10.2 Description of the waste disposal methods
4.10.3 Methods used in other plants
4.10.4 Cost of waste disposal
4.10.5 Clearance from proper authorities or compliance with legal requirements

5. Financial Feasibility

5.1 Total Project Cost
5.2 Initial Capital Requirements
5.3 Sources of Financing
5.3.1 Sources selected or proposed for both long-term and short-term financing
5.3.2 Alternative sources considered
5.3.3 Amount and terms of financing for each source selected indicating the currency, security, repayment period, interests and other features
5.3.4 Status of financing from each source relating to actual releases already made, pending applications and applications still to be made
5.3.5 Financing of contingencies and seasonal peaks of working capital

5.4 Financial Statements
5.4.1 Projected income statement for ten years
5.4.2 Projected cash flow statement for ten years
5.4.3 Projected balance sheets for ten years

5.5 Financial Analysis

5.5.1 Unit cost estimates and detailed breakdowns of all cost factors from first year until normal operation is attained
5.5.2 Break-even point analysis
5.5.3 Capital recovery, and earning showing the cash pay-off period rate of return and discounted cash flow rate of return

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Business Feasibility Study Checklist

As we all know it is essential to produce a business feasibility study checklist or outline in order to organize our business feasibility study because creating an outline can be an effective tool to have complete list of what we’re going to write in our feasibility study.

Checklist for business feasibility study includes cover letter, cover sheets, table of contents, executive summary, project or product description, market feasibility study, organizational feasibility study, technical feasibility study, financial feasibility study, recommendation, conclusion, attachments and appendices.

In market feasibility study includes the description of the industry, market analysis, future market pfeasibility study checklistotential, potential buyer, sales projects and sources of income.  While in organizational feasibility study contains the organizational business structure with corresponding professional skills and resume, management and business personnel.

Technical feasibility study identifies the materials, labor, technology, transportation and physical location. While in financial feasibility study includes cost estimation and pricing recommendation, balance sheet projection for three years, cost benefit analysis, income projection and break-even analysis.

Of course, you have also to consider the description of the industry, market potential, market analysis, potential buyers and sources of revenues, business competition as well as sales projections.

Before submitting your business feasibility study, be sure to proofread by someone to check for errors such as typographical error, grammar and spelling.

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Project Feasibility Study – Public Market Development Project

I. Introduction

With its rapidly expanding economy, the municipality of Kidapawan, North Cotabato, needs to drastically improve its entire market complex which is located along the national highway traversing the town’s commercial center. As reflected in the accompanying statistical figures, the estimated total cost to replace all existing, dilapidated, and fire hazards, would be Php20.2 million. The town’s legal borrowing capacity is only 2.26 million as of June 30, 1978 as certified by the Commission on Audit.

II. Immediate Project

Phase I of the project is the Kidapawan Bagong Lipunan Center which involves the construction of a new, modern, two storey Agora-type building with a Muslim-motiffed façade in accordance with guidelines, rules and regulations of the Ministry of Human Settlements. The term Agora is a Greek term for a place where community residents converge for their civic, cultural, social, and political activities, usually in marketplaces. Such edifices as that being designed for Kidapawan will house not only market stalls but also offices and spaces for community gatherings.

Phase 1 will bring about the establishment of the first main building which will have a total of 216 stalls, each averaging 24 square meters plus 100 meters for restaurant purposes. It will be provided with all the necessary facilities for a modern public building such as adequate light, water, drainage, toilet, garbage disposal, ventilation and parking system.

The specifications of the floor areas are as follows;


1. Main Building

Ground floor – 4,692 sq. m.
Second floor – 4,580 sq. m
Total – 9,272 sq. m

2. Driveway and Parking Space – 1,350 sq. m.

Total Area – 10,622 sq.m.

III. Outline of Financial Funding Aspects

3.1 Estimated Cost – Phase 1

3.1.1 Building Construction
Ground floor, 4,692 sq.m. at Php800.00
Second floor, 4,580 sq. m. at 825.00
Total Building Cost

3.1.2 Driveway and Parking areas 1,350 sq.m. at Php 35.00 –

3.1.3 Plans and supervision, 7.75% of Construction cost of Php 7,579,350.00
Total Cost

3.2 Projected Funding Sources

3.2.1 Loan, DBP, per legal borrowing capacity

3.2.2 Loan, Central Bank, PD 752, Sec.3

3.2.3 Two-year advance rentals from stall-holders

3.2.4 BIR allotments and specific Tax shares

3.2.5 5% Presidential Discretionary Funds

Total Fund Sources

3.3 Estimated Revenues from Stall Rentals

3.3.1 Ground floor
102 stalls at Php40 per day for 365 days
8 stalls at Php50 per day for 365 days

3.3.2 Second floor
98 stalls at Php35 per day for 365 days
8 stalls at Php45 per day for 365 days

Total revenues from stall rentals

3.4 Estimated Operating Expenses

3.4.1 Personal services

3.4.2 Other operating expenses

3.4.3 Depreciation expenses

3.4.4 Interest expense

Total operating expenses

3.5 Estimated Net Revenues
Estimated revenue from tall rentals
Less: Estimated operating expenses
Estimated Net Revenue

IV. Other Facilities and Cost
After Phase 1 is completed, 13 more building with a total of 13,297 square meters, and 8,223.5 square meters, of driveways and parking spaces will have to be constructed to complete the entire development project. At existing prices of construction materials, estimated additional project costs will amount to Php12,256,350.00 to include building and driveway construction and plans and supervision costs. This is assuming that prices will remain constant in the years to come, or during the ten-year development project which is impossible when one considers the trend in the rise of prices nowadays. Further details of this project feasibility study will be taken up under preparation for submittal to the agencies concerned.

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Financial Feasibility Study

According to Wikipedia, financial feasibility can be judged by the total estimated cost of the project, financing of the project in terms of its capital structure, debt equity ratio and promoter’s share of total cost, existing investment by the promoter in any other business and projected cash flow and profitability.

Financial feasibility study determines how much start-up capital is needed as well as sources of capital and returns on investment. It is an analysis of the total costs of a proposed project and the potential income that the project can get. It the potential income of the proposed project can cover all the costs, then the project is financially feasible.

Your financial feasibility study should analyze the start-up capital requirements, capital sources and returns for investors. Start-up capital is a cash you need to start your business and should keep it running until it is profitable. Sources of capital for your business include investors, bank business loan, large corporations and your personal money from your savings and checking account.

financial feasibility studyReturn on Investment also known as ROI is significant measure in investing. The return on investment is calculated by an investor to measure the performance of an investment and compare the efficiency of a number of different investments. The formula for Return on Investment (ROI) is:

ROI = net profits before tax / share holders equity
In all the components of feasibility study, financial feasibility should be completed because it is use to evaluate and make sure that the project or business will live it up to its performance expectations.

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Pico Hydro for Rural Electrification Feasibility Study


Pico hydro is a term used to describe the smallest systems, covering hydro electric power generation under 5kw.  Depending on its size, a Pico hydro power system may provide a small, remote community with adequate electricity to power light bulbs, radios, and televisions, among other appliances.  It was given the name “Pico” by Nigel Smith because it needs some different ways of thinking to micro, mini and larger hydro power  There are thousands of site where people have a source of falling water but do not have electricity.  For there rural communities in Bataan, Pico hydro is the lowest technology for generating electricity.  Lighting from these sources is cheaper than using kerosene lamps, and safer too.

1.1    Load Profile

1.1.1    Location/accessibility

The Pico hydro is located in Maluya Central Balanga City, Bataan.  The barangay is accessible by one main dirt road approximately 30 minutes from the main road.  This proposed site for pico hydro project is easily access through any transportation vehicle.  The climate is generally hot and wet with an average yearly temperature of 29 degree Celcius.  The summer dry season occurs from January to April.

1.1.2    Water Resource

There is one canal in Maluya Central which providing irrigation for rice cultivation.  This canal generally runs dry during the summer due to irrigation and lower rainfall.  Although rainfall is plentiful during wet season and the canal is primarily use for rice paddies.

1.1.3    Electricity Supply

The bapico hydrorangay currently has access tp grid electricity provided by Peninsula Electric Cooperative (PENELCO) where the local electricity rate is 9 pesos/kWh plus 12% tax and 5 peso/month charge.

The availability of power can be intermittent brown outs, ranging from a few minutes to several hours, being common.  In addition, tropical storms and typhoons cause power outages lasting up to several days or week in extreme cases.  Thereafter, intermittency in local electricity in the local electrical supply would prove to be detrimental to the consumer of Maluya.

Fifty percent of households in Maluya are electrified ad from 10 to 20 households in the said place are un-electrified (50%)  Small number of household are available in this place because of the fact that the place is new to the public and the road is not yet constructed.  The life of the residence here s considered to be below the poverty threshold.  As is well known, most villages that are un-electrified are also whom to people who are poverty stricken and multi dimensionally deprived.  Un-electrified households primarily used candles and kerosene lanterns for light, with some using rechargeable car batteries for lighting, televisions, or radios.  The local rate for charging batteries is 50 pesos a fairly significant amount for many families whose income are just enough and limited for their basic needs.  Therefore, pico hydro project are proposing to offer battery charging, which could help for local community to reduce their daily expenses.  In addition, it will provide a small revenue stream to help pay for routine maintenance of the Pico hydro system.

1.2     Social Economic Profile

1.2.1    Local Economy

Jobs are very difficult to come by Maluya, resulting in an unemployment rate of even lower.  Families are considered to below poverty threshold where their limited economy exists based around agriculture including rice, root crops, and fruits.  Fishing is also common among the local population.  An agricultural laborer can expect to make around 100 pesos a day budget enough to support the needs of their family.  One household are manufacturing small amount of craft work, making income but not enough for their needs.

1.3    Rationale

Hydropower, hydrokinetic power or water power that is derived from the force or energy of falling water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes.  Since ancient times, hydropower has been used for irrigation and the operation of various mechanical devices, such as watermills, sawmills, textile mills, dock cranes, and domestic lifts.  Since the early 20th century, the term is used almost exclusively in conjunction with the modern development of hydro-electric power, the energy of which could be transmitted considerable distance between where it was created to where it was consumed.

Another previous method used to transmit energy has employed a trompe, which produces compressed air from falling water, that could then be piped to power other machinery at a distance from the energy source.

Water’s power is manifested in hydrology, by the forces of water on the riverbed ad banks of a river.  When a river is in flood, it is at its most powerful, and moves the greatest amount of sediment.  This higher force results in the removal of sediment and other material from the riverbed and banks of the river, locally causing erosion, transport and, with lower flow, sedimentation downstream.

In hydrology, hydropower is manifested in the force of the water on the riverbed banks of a river.  It is particularly powerful when the river is in flood.  The force of the water results in the removal of sediment and other materials from the riverbed and the banks of the river, causing erosion and other alterations.  This section  explains how to select and install Pico hydro system for run of river location in Maluya.  Many aspect of the implementation methods described however, are common also to other design including those suited to low head sites and to those which benefits individual consumers rather than small communities.

In starting up in the Pico hydro business or starting a programmed of community pico hydro is important to carefully select the first scheme as this will act as a focus for future interest.  The chosen location should be accessible to you and to the customer/funder to make it easy for future business.  The optimum site for the pico turbine system in a social application context should have the condition:

Site Location

Pico hydro power generate a limited power, because of that, is oriented to reduced applications as small grid or individual used.  According to this, to avoid high grid expenses and power losses, the site should not be too far end users  As a standard, for 1kW of power, the distance should not be more than 2 km.


The flow should be enough throughout a year, extreme flows can affect to the system performance, and the excess flow must be controlled.  For measurement of the flow, it should, at least, be done twice a year, during the lowest season (January – April) and also in the highest season (end of September – beginning of October).

Contribution from community

Apart from the suitable technical conditions, is recommendable that community can’t contribute to the project with labors, local material available in the area such as power poles, aggregate sand and gravel) etc.  and also people interested in the formed as technicians to assure the continuity of the project.

The impact of the pilots on end user beneficiaries has been carefully considered in the project.  The benefits include an increase in the quality of life, with better lighting system enabling community activities during the evenings.  The beneficiaries has out that fuel saving were made and there was as increase in the productive output as well as increased opportunities for educational and social activities.

1.4     Statement of the Problem

Due to the unavailability of the power source to number of small communities in Maluya Central, Balanga City, Bataan, most of its residents suffer and experience continues used of kerosene lamps and candles emitting CO2 that may resulting to a fire and also to a low level performance, unprogressive community, uncomfortable lifestyle and inability of doing things as convenient, easy and effective.  This Pico hydro generation power project enable to supply electricity to the consumer of Maluya Central.  It provides technical data and procedural guidance for the systematic of the viability of potential small hydro power addition and focuses upon the concepts, technology, economic and financial issues to these additions.

1.5    General Objectives

To develop a pico hydro electric generator system designed for run of river as economic source of electrical energy in Maluya, Central, Balanga City, Bataan

Specific Objectives

  • To adopt pico hydro technology as a source of transmitting electrical energy in Maluya Central, Balanga City, Bataan
  • To install transmission system from pico hydro to a near households
  • To provide effective and convenient energy in low cost
  • To maximize the usage of water

1.6    Significance of the study

The impact of this study to the consumer of Maluya includes an increase in the quality of life, with the better lighting system enabling community activities during the evening and opportunities for educational and social activities  There will be fuel savings and unused of kerosene lamps and candles emitting CO2 which is the primary cause of fire.

To the beneficiaries, the Pico hydro system will be a very big help since it is a renewable kind and is very convenient and cheap.  Also to the environment, it does not produced carbon emissions and will definitely reduced global warming in a little way.  With the generated electric power, the project aims to contribute a sustainable development in this rural village through improved lighting for household/community work and school assignments, information/entertainment by radio and television, communication access and small livelihood opportunities.

1.7    Scope and Delimitations

This study focuses on the use of renewable energy through the flow of water in a river of Maluya Central, Balanga City, Bataan.  One of the factors to be considered is the flow of water since it is the driving force to make the turbine move.  As the study comes along, we concluded that the flow of water in Maluya has an electric potential to produced electrical energy.  It measures 200 watts and can now supply one household.  We also consider the generator and the turbine. The turbine is required to drive with a certain speed while the generator should be at a certain height on top of the turbine for safety reasons and efficiency.  On rainy seasons, the water may rise and the flow could be treacherous to the system.  However, with the used of penstock this could prevent damage to the system.

Detailed hydrological data for the area is hard to come by.  The flow rate of the stream was determined by measuring the cross sectional area of the stream along with the surface velocity of the water using the float method.  This method is prone to some error, however the actual design flow is a fraction of the total stream flow measured during dry season and thus should be available year round.  Sufficient care was taken to ensure the measurement were as accurate as possible and suitable for this feasibility study.

Jerome dela Cruz
Kenneth Aquino
Wilgem Regino Crespo
John Andrew Molino
Rosauro J. Fernando Jr.

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Restaurant Feasibility Study

Before putting up a restaurant business, it is important to write a feasibility studies to analyze the current situation if it is possible to have a successful restaurant business.  Feasibility study is an effective tool to evaluate a business if it is feasible.
Some factors to consider are location, competition, price value strategies and population. Also, feasibility study evaluates terms of lease, rental rents, tax projections, cost, sales, and special assessments.

Restaurant feasibility study includes the financial analysis of the restaurant’s projected income and operating expenses.  It should provide a market analysis with ROI to be used as a basisrestaurant feasibility study for business plan.  It also included the capital budget expense, sales projections, labor costs, detailed profit and loss statements as well as the break even analysis.  Other items to be included are the working capital requirements, equipment and fixture costs, payback forecasts and analysis, pre-opening budget and all general costs estimates cost.

Restaurant feasibility study is written to evaluate the potential of having a restaurant in a certain place based on extensive research and investigations.  It is usually used for the reason of having potential investors of the restaurant to make an investment decision.

To sum up, restaurant feasibility study will definitely study the following elements such as the potential location, marketing figures, existing competition, industry, cost and expenses, and organizational structure.

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Mister Donut Franchising

Mister Donut was started at Boston, USA in 1955. Today, Mister Donut grew to be one of thelargest donut chains in the country and now it already has over 2,000 branches across the Philippines.  They open for franchising to individuals who is business minded and looking for income.

The first step of Mister Donut franchising is to submit a duly signed intent letter addressed to the Franchise Management Department which contains the following information such as Applicant’s interest to be a franchisee of Mister Donut, Applicant’s address, contact numbers and e-mail, proposed location address and vicinity map as well as site pictures.

The franchise fee is Php 50.000.00 on any shop type and it shall entitle for a 2-year contract with Mister Donut. This franchise fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. The total investment for Mister Donut is depending on the type of shop.

The following are Franchising Packages”

A.    Food Camister donut franchisert Shop

  1.  Showcase 01 – Food cart size is 1.35 frontage at 2.16 height and 100mm size portal and icon elements attached to the food cart. It is cost Php89,962.47
  2. Showcase 02 – Food cart size is 1.60 frontage at 2.16 height and 300mm size portal and icon elements attached to the food cart. It is cost Php91,286.00.
  3. Showcase 03 – Full package of new cart design food cart showcase with portal, signage and icon elements .  Full back enclosure with mural and poster board. It cost Php159,671.00
  4. Budget-Friendly Cart. Food cart size is 2.0M x 2.0M height.  It cost Php130,737.36
  5. New Cart with Side Counter.  Food cart size 2.0M x 2.0M.  It cost Php169,771.00

B.    Take Out Shop

This Mister Donut take out shop is used for in-line or outdoor areas.  The floor requirement is 6-9 square meters. Also, it includes showcase, signage, POST, portal with icon, poster stand, poster board, premium item holder, drinks holder, LCD menu board, lifestyle mural, blackbar, storage cabinet, crates cabinet and other design elements and equipment.

C.    Dine-In Shop

The design for Mister Donut Dine-in shop is depends upon the space allotment for the shop. The floor area require is 25-90 square meters. This includes showcases, signage, portal with icon, glass decals, lifestyle mural, LCD menu boards, poster stands, poster boards, premium items holder, chiller or refrigerator, oven or microwave, sandwich counter, crack pot, backbar, POS, tables and chairs, and other design elements and kitchen equipment.

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Kinds of Feasibility Study

Feasibility study is written as an evaluation to determine if the proposed project is feasible. It will assist and find out the probable market for the products as well as probable income.

  1. Real Estate Feasibility Study – It includes the testing of geographic location for real estate development project.
  2. Technology Feasibility Study – It is necessary to know if the techl be supkinds of feasibility studyported by the new system or new project.Legal Feasibility Study – Inology needed for the project is available or exists.
  3. Market Feasibility Study – It isthe study of market studies in certain location such as the demands of the customer or client.
  4. Resource Feasibility Study – It study how much time is available to complete the project or build a new system as well as the type and amount of resources needed.
  5. Operational Feasibility Study – It is include the work practices and procedure if the current organization wilt is to know if a proposed project has a conflict to legal requirements.
  6. Cultural Feasibility Study – The proposed project should be evaluated for the impact on legal and general culture.
  7. Economic Feasibility Study – It is to determine if the proposed project is profitabke.


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Real Estate Feasibility Study

It is important to conduct a real estate feasibility study to examine the possible outcome either positive or negative for a real estate project before investing money, effreal estate feasibility studyort and time into it.  This study also deal in consideration for legal, technological and economic issues as well as other factors which are important for the completion of a real estate development.

There are five (4) steps in conduction a real estate feasibility study such as market analysis, location analysis, competition analysis and risk analysis.  During market analysis, the space supply and the development of space demand as well as the space vacancies should be examined.  Also, the assessment of supply and demand, vacancies, space and rent should take into consideration. The second step is the location analysis.  Location analysis includes the geographic dimensions as well as geographic structure and population structure.  It also assesses the employment and economic development.

In competition analysis, relevant competitive real estate should be identified.  You can prepare a checklist of criteria so that you will estimate the degree of completion of your goals and results respectively. While risk analysis is the identification of the risk such as the development risk and liquidation risk.  Examples of these risks are completion risk, cost overrun, financial risk, market and location risk.  Through identifying of risk, you can make a decision immediately to avoid problems to occur.

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