Thanks in advance for reading up on our new software and we hope to see you in our ranks soon!
Completing the Version 2 REsheets Rollout, we’re taking this week to highlight what it means to own our analysis software.
The Famous REsheets Toolbelt is a (13) template analysis package designed to cover the range of Commercial Real Estate scenario specific analysis. From executive summaries to the feasibility of refinance, we continually repeat: don’t leave home without it. Our Toolbelt is by far our more popular template software, which we attribute partially to its price, and proudly to its versatility, friendly functionality, and extreme modern day professionalism.
It’s always difficult to emphasize the ultimate reason to own a “software tool”, especially when the cost comes up-front, but we’ll boil the REsheets Toolbelt down to this: owning a REsheets Toolbelt shores up the analysis side of your practice. It simply allows you a wealth of fundamental analysis without breaking your brain bank. We’re entirely too fond of our Toolbelt, and hope you’ll take the leg-up in a very competitive industry, with our staple software. (more…)
We know it’s still Summer, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get excited for the next phase in Commercial Real Estate.
We’re proud to announce to our users that REsheets will undergo a complete update in the next couple of weeks. Expect exciting features and great offers. Thanks, as always,
The REsheets Team
Photo Credit: Gnerk
As we’ve explored in previous posts, Leverage can be a powerful tool to magnify returns, but as a mentor of mine always says: never let financing drive value in a deal. In commercial real estate analysis, it’s important to analyze the impact of financing, and a widely available tool, Excel, can help you do this.
The purpose of this Blog is to teach you the application within Excel. We strongly suggest that before you continue reading, download the sample spreadsheet by clicking here. It includes practical application, examples, and a prove-you-know-it section. Did I mention you should download the sample spreadsheet before continuing?