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## Net Present Value and Returns to the Equity Holders

Net present value (NPV) is defined as the sum of the present values of the individual cash flows (both incoming and outgoing) of a series of cash flows. In other words, it is the current worth of a future sum of money or stream of cash flows at a certain discount...

## How to Create Loan Amortization Schedule in Excel?

Loan amortization schedule in Excel can be created either by using a template or creating a custom schedule – the easiest method will be using the template which is already in your Excel package. Alternatively, we can create a custom loan amortization schedule using...

## Why we don’t use Excel’s MIRR formula?

In the previous post we discussed various excel formulas to calculate IRR, and we know for sure that the modified internal rate of return (MIRR) is a better performance indicator than the internal rate of return (IRR). But why don’t we always calculate MIRR or use...

## IRR Calculation in Excel: Formulae and Use

IRR calculation in Excel can be done using three different formulae – IRR, XIRR and MIRR. In this post we will be discussing syntax and specific use of each formula. If you want to understand the basic of IRR calculation in general, you must see this post NVP...

## 10 Things to Remember While Doing Feasibility Study

Feasibility study is a critical part of a new development project. The purpose of the feasibility study is to determine whether the development is technically and financially feasible to move forward with. In the previous post I have discussed about the mistakes to...

## Why do Real Estate Companies go Bankrupt?

Real estate companies too go bankrupt, though it not as common as investment banks. In this post we will be discussing a few major reasons for the bankruptcy of real estate companies, and look at few real life examples. Large institutional real estate companies...
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