Wildcat Capital Investors: Real Estate Private Equity Case Solution

Wildcat Capital Investors is a real estate private equity firm small. It invites the MBA intern, Jessica Zaski to prepare a financial model for the purchase of financial Commons, a square foot office building 90,000 in suburban Chicago. For simple measurements, the property seems to be a good value, but with tighter credit conditions, Jessica has to ask if foreign investors are comfortable with the risks of investing in the middle of a severe recession in commercial real estate. Wildcat is designed to give students exposure to the quantitative and qualitative aspects of investing in commercial real estate through a structure of capital. Beyond the numbers, the case provides a discussion of the process of finding suitable investments in real estate. The importance of simultaneous negotiations Wildcat should have with the seller, the lender and the foreign investor can be emphasized.
by
Craig Furfine
Source: Kellogg School of Management
12 pages.
Publication Date: June 1, 2011. Prod #: KEL553-PDF-ENG
Wildcat Capital Investors: Real Estate Private Equity Case Solution

Wildcat Capital Investors: Real Estate Private Equity Case Solution
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