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Hi, this is John Criswell.
Welcome to Manufacturing Marvels. The year was 1969 when man
first set foot on the moon; John Wayne showed “True Grit”
on the big screen; and Viking Electronics opened for business
in Hudson, Wisconsin. Viking Electronics is the source for American-made security and
communication products. They have dozens of product lines featuring over 500 items
for analog applications, as well as a rapidly growing
selection of IP-based solutions. Viking Electronics is an industry leader
in Emergency Phones, Entry Systems, Paging Interfaces, Mass Notification Systems, and much, much more. In fact, you can find those iconic
red hotline phones here. But it’s in developing new products
using the latest technologies where Viking really benefits its customers. With 50 years of experience,
the brand is known for simple designs, ease of use, and cost effectiveness, while refusing
to compromise on quality. Viking’s versatile product lines let customers upgrade and
enhance existing systems, even those from
competing manufacturers. Easy to integrate and built to last, Viking products are endorsed by major
key system and PABX manufacturers. Viking is porud to offer products
that are American-engineered, American-made, and American-supported. They’re backed by a two-year
limited warranty, and a world-class
technical support group, taking calls right at the
American Manufacturing facility. For product information
or to find a distributor near you, visit www.VikingElectronics.com. This is John Criswell for Manufacturing Marvels.

How The Ford Model T Took Over The World


This Episode of Real Engineering is brought
to you by Skillshare, home to over 20,000 classes that could teach you a new lift skill. The Ford Model T was not the first car. Not even close. Depending on how you define what a car is,
that honour was achieved 100 years before Henry Ford was even born in 1769, when French
engineer Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot created this steam powered vehicle designed to travel off
rail. The honour for the first true automobile goes
to Karl Benz, founder of Mercedes Benz, in 1885. With this single piston 2 stroke gasoline
powered vehicle. The art of the automobile was well under development
before Henry Ford hit the scene. No Ford did not invent the automobile, he
invented something much more profound. He created modern society. That is a massive claim, but bear with me. His manufacturing techniques did not just
revolutionise how we design and build everything. Making complicated machinery like tractors
and cars affordable for the masses. His manufacturing techniques radically changed
the trajectories of billions of people’s careers. At the turn of the 18th century craft manufacturing
was the status quo. Defined by a highly skilled workforce. People wishing to pursue a career in automotive
manufacturing, entered their career and progressed through an apprenticeship. Picking up a huge variety of skills, gradually
learning the tricks of the trade and being masters of their craft. Many would go on to run their own machine
shops. These were less employees, and more contractors. In these days, a machine like an automobile
was not built entirely in house. Parts would come from smaller machine shops
from all over a city. They used general purpose tools and machines
to create the parts needed, which would be sent to the final assembler. These part would vary massively from one batch
to another, requiring a skill assembling team. Workers needed to understand the function
of the part they were working on, and skillfully manipulate the parts together into the final
vehicle. There was no mass manufacturing of complex
machines like this. Each vehicle was one of a kind, commissioned
by whoever was wealthy enough to afford it. At this production volume no company could
create a monopoly. There were hundreds of small craft shops like
this across Western Europe and North America, but many would soon be run out of business
by Henry Ford before they had the chance to adopt his mass manufacturing techniques. Only the best craft manufacturers survived. Companies like Aston Martin and Bentley succeeded
by focusing on the ultra wealthy that could afford these one off vehicles, using skilled
craftsmen to build unique and luxurious cars, but even they would soon have to join the
movement to survive. All eventually being bought out by these mass
production power houses, no longer able to keep up with cost of innovation and manufacturing
required to keep pace in the automotive industry. At the high point of the Model T’s success
in 1923, Ford was manufacturing 2.1 million Model Ts a year, a figure that would only
be matched by a single vehicle model again with the VW Beetle. Many people chalk Henry Ford’s success down
to inflexibility in design. The famous quote of “You can have colour
as long as it is black”. This was true for many years, but perhaps
not for the reason you think. You see, Henry Ford was obsessed with manufacturing
speeds. The painting process he used allowed the paint
to dry quickly, and it was only available in black. [6] He shaved time off wherever possible to
achieve that monumental milestone of 2.1 million Model Ts a year. The Model-T was no fluke, it was the culmination
in over 20 design iterations over 5 years. Each one tweaking the design and manufacturing
procedure to cut seconds off the total process, and the innovations continued through the
nearly 20 years of production, that would see a total of 15 million Model Ts manufactured. On the first day of production in 1908, the
average task cycle for the Model T lasted 514 minutes. The task cycle time is the length of time
before a single task is repeated. So, the average worker did not repeat a task
for 8 and a half hours. For Ford, this was essentially how quickly
a single production line was producing vehicles, as assembly lines cannot start a new vehicle
until another has exited at the other end. So, he set to work on reducing that cycle
time, and by 1913 he managed to bring it down to just 2.3 minutes. For a product this complex, consisting of
hundreds of parts, with hundreds of processes, that is astounding and was something no other
company had ever achieved. How on earth did Ford achieve this quantum
leap forward in manufacturing speedl? Let’s first start with innovations that
Ford was not responsible for that allowed him to begin this journey. As I said, one of the reasons highly skilled
workers were essential to these industries before Ford came along, was because of the
high variability between parts. In engineering we call this tolerancing. When I worked as a design engineer, I needed
to specify the tolerances I needed for specific part features. Say I needed a shaft to fit a particular hole,
I need to specify how much the machinist was permitted to deviate from the listed dimension. If I have a 20 mm hole paired with a 19 mm
shaft, and I specify that both can deviate from that dimension by plus or minus 0.5 millimeters. Even at the extreme ends of both, where both
are 19.5 mm wide, they will still fit with some force. This may not be acceptable depending on application,
and higher tolerancing may be needed, which generally means an increase in cost. Engineers regularly screw up with these things
even today, but in Ford’s day consistently achieving a tolerance that tight in mass manufacturing
would have been huge task, and was generally something saved for military applications,
and not for low cost consumer products. This was largely due to the manufacturing
techniques of the day, specifically heat treatment methods. As explained in my knife forging and aluminium
videos, metals need to be heated and cooled in specific ways to strengthen or harden the
metal, but this also makes the metal much harder to cut and shape, so the metals were
often cut first and heat treated after. This heating and cooling causes the metal
to deform due to thermal expansion, which can then throw the original piece out of tolerance. This is called warping, and it made it nigh
on impossible to get a consistent final product. Many attribute Ford with revolutionizing the
standardisation of parts [3], but in truth he was simply at the right place at the right
time to benefit from technologies that facilitated it. New methods for cutting and stamping pre-hardened
metals allowed Ford to eliminate much of this variability due to warping. Advancements in precision measurement and
manufacturing allowed Ford to be confident that parts would be interchangeable, and in
turn this allowed Ford to design his vehicles in a way that reduced costs. This was the dawn of destruction for the craft
manufacturing industry, and the beginning of a movement that would change the face of
modern society. While his competitors were casting each cylinder
of their engine blocks separately and bolting them together, due to the difficulty in casting
a single part with multiple holes that needed to line up precisely. Ford casted a single complex engine block,
that drastically reduced the time required to manufacture and assembly it. This of course, led to incredibly expensive
dedicated machinery needed to manufacture a single piece of the vehicle. In the world of craft manufacturing, a skilled
worker could use a general purpose tool and skillfully use it to produce the final product. In the world of mass manufacturing this was
not acceptable. It took too long and required skilled workers
who were too difficult to replace. For example, engine blocks consist of an upper
and lower part that need to mate perfectly to maintain a seal for engine compression. Ford’s competitors, like Cadillac, used
a single flexible milling machine to create a flush surface on both the upper and lower
halves of the engine block. Engine blocks and heads were loaded and milled
slowly and precisely one at a time. Ford instead created dedicated machines to
mill engine blocks and engine heads separately, 15 and 30 at a time respectively. Workers simply snapped the unmilled pieces
into a tray while the previous lot was being milled, and then pushed the tray into place
when the time came. A worker could be trained in 5 minutes to
do this task. They didn’t need to speak the same language
as the person next to them. They didn’t need to think about anything
else. Just feed the machine. Like the little butter passing robot of Rick
and Morty, “What is my purpose? You pass butter. OH MY GOD.”
these people had a single purpose. This of course resulted in inflexibility in
design. The cost of introducing an entirely new model
vehicle was drastically increased. This is why, even today, that car brands tend
to iterate on old designs rather than introduce entirely new models. It’s simply too expensive and time consuming
to retrofit entire production lines. When Ford eventually decided to completely
redesign the Model T and produce the Model A, these machines were thrown out, but he
had achieved his goal, cycle times were lowering, and there was still room to improve. Ford managed to half cycle times from 2.3
minutes to 1.2 minutes, with his next innovation. When production first started on the Model
T employees worked from a stationary work stand. If they needed a part or tool they would get
up and get it themselves. Ford soon recognized the waste and introduced
dedicated stock suppliers, who’s only job was to ensure that other workers had the parts
they needed to keep production running at a constant pace. Where possible these employees were replaced
with automated supply lines. This idea grew and evolved to the introduction
of Ford’s greatest manufacturing innovation, the moving assembly line, a manufacturing
technique still in use today, even for huge machines like planes. This is Boeing’s moving assembly like for
the 777, which carries the entire 166 tonne plane across the factory ford, gradually adding
the 3 million parts needed to complete it. This method introduces a sense of urgency
to the factory floor, an ever looming deadline to complete your work before the plane reaches
the next production step. If there is a critical problem the entire
production line will literally stop moving until it’s fixed. [5] Ford was not the first to introduce such
an idea. They had been used in simple production lines
for butchering of carcasses and food preparation before, but never for anything this complex
and Ford applied it as a science. Using his engineering skills to help pioneer
a new branch of engineering, industrial engineering. A branch of engineering mostly concerned with
optimizing the logistics of manufacturing. Spend a few hours playing Factorio and you
will really gain an appreciation for the complexity of this profession. It starts off simple, but as your factory
grows you need to carefully manage production speeds to avoid pile ups. You need to plan and place your production
units to maximize transportation speeds, and get the products where they need to be. One of the huge problems you run into is faster
production units producing items faster than you need them further up the line, causing
pile ups of stock that can back up and actually block other production units, before you know
it production has grinder to a halt. The moving assembly line forces all workers
to work at the same pace. Faster workers can’t produce items faster
than they are needed, and slower workers can’t slack off. Ford’s innovations catapulted The Ford Motor
Company to international success, but that dominance would not last forever. Companies came from all over the world to
observe Ford’s factories. They marveled at how the factory itself was
like a finely tuned machine, each part feeding into the other. They took their lessons home, and by 1955
mass manufacturing had proliferated around the world, and soon companies outside the
US were not just catching up with the big three of Detroit. Ford, General Motors and Cadillac, but far
exceeding their capabilities. Most notably Toyota in post world war 2 Japan
who led a revolution in manufacturing through a new manufacturing philosophy, lean manufacturing. This graph shows all vehicles produced by
region after 1955, showing the explosion in growth in Japan with the advent of lean manufacturing,
that would lead to Detroit’s eventually demise. Detroit would soon become a ghost town. Just as these companies viewed their machines
as disposable, they viewed their employees as disposable. Dropping them the moment demand tanked. This problem has only got worse. Zero hour contracts and strict control of
unions is common. Ford actually paid his workers incredibly
well for the time, but that meant little when demand dropped and these workers had few transferable
skills to gain new employment. For better or worse Ford’s innovations completely
changed the job market for billions of people. I was one of those people, working 12 hour
shifts with only one task. Weigh a stent and pass it to the next step. During that time I made extra efforts to learn
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encaixando pela borda no chão e é nóis e aí pra finalizar eu coloquei só algumas bolinhas silicone por cima e apoiei um vidro redondo coloquei um abajur por baixo para dar um charme a mais e cara olha isso ficou muito muito top adorei o resultado e também já instalei essa prateleira usb aí com luminária quem não viu e se vir aqui no canal tenha passo a passo aqui no card uma prateleira com entrada usb para carregar o celular de noite do lado da cama feito isso basta começar a montar um home office para fazer a mesa eu usei essa tábua que eu achei uma caçamba de lixo aí algum dia na vida alguém jogou fora eu acho porque ela estava toda riscada tá vendo mais um dourado porque o outro lado estava completamente lisa então foi isso que eu usei porque estava perfeito pra fazer os pés eu usei dois cavaletes em é pretinho também para combinar com a paleta de cores e escolhi essa cadeia industrial de ferro que eu também tentei o mesmo spray grafite da luminária de teto pra contornar a ilha é um 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novas lindas de design mais sofisticado essa é uma ótima forma de você economizar na hora de montar um quarto todo novo sabe que é teu santo coloquei as lâmpadas edison nela lâmpadas de filamento de led pra economizar na conta de luz porque eu não sou boba nem nada e o planeta agradece o próximo rei desse quarto foi a arara eu sempre ajudo muito útil ter uma área dentro do quarto porque além de lançar um charme você também pode deixar algumas peças ali separadas para colocar em uso que você não usa bastante tempo e tudo mais e eu acho muito prático tomará no quarto e no caso do gado ele não tem muito espaço para guardar sapatos dentro do armário então eu resolvi usar essa área que tem duas prateleiras para sapato ali embaixo sabe a área de pinus é super baratinho e tem várias opções também americanas.com tem link dessa eu estou usando aqui na descrição então quem tiver interesse é só dar uma checada 1 agora o seguinte eu tô com a caixa aqui de coisas que já são da elite com vários objetivos e coisas que ele tem que são legais que eu posso usar na decoração e separei mais algumas coisas um arco e flecha por exemplo achei esse item muito legal para incluir na decoração e aqui ó tem um negocinho de incenso e esses negocinho são aqueles desafios sabe de acessarem queijo é de você conseguir o jogo de lógica sabe que tem um monte disse estou pensando em fazer um quadro assim votar várias preguinho se pendurando um do lado do outro que pode ficar um quadro legal tem uma varinha do harry potter um r2 d2 tem tudo a ver com as coisas que estamos usando por aqui eu acho que ele também vai entrar vou dar mais uma forçada aqui ver o que eu consigo usar então seguinte peguei esse pedaço de compensado que eu tinha dando sopa por aqui também foi encontrado em uma caçamba de lixo por aí na vida e fui estudando ali como que eu podia fazer um quadro com esses jogos de lógica que gabi cut muito então tinha tudo a ver com ele e levei para fora daqui com a caneta a posição de cada um deles e marteleira em alguns prédios para pendurar simples assim eu adorei o resultado ficou marte super legal muito descolada e eu só resolvi apoiar ali dentro perto da poltrona e com charme e adorei o resultado em cima do home office eu resolvi colocar esses dois quadrinhos que também já eram dele e um amigo dele que fez e foi um presente então encaixou perfeito no estilo quarto também sabat dois países ali e coloquei em cima da parede do home office ficou-lhe outro elemento que resolveu incorporar já era dele nesse quarto foi o arco e flecha ficou perfeito ali em cima da prateleira de led em grelha na horizontal e também essa placa de varinhas do harry potter porque ele é bom tem aliás aos potter redes de plantão estão assistindo esse vídeo tem link o card que eu ensino vocês a fazer cada uma dessas varinhas e esse painel campineira elas mas alguns toques na decoração essa prateleira plantinhas que pra mim nunca pode faltar eu adoro botar um pouco mais de vida no ambiente essa 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Real Estate Acquisition Model for Office, Retail, or Industrial Properties



hey there everyone today I'm going to be walking you through my real estate acquisition model now this model is a pretty basic back of the envelope model for valuing office retail and industrial properties I'm not really suited for other property types but you can certainly tweak the model to work for your needs I'm going to walk you through each of the tabs just give you a basic overview of how to use the model and so let's go ahead and get started blue tabs include input cells green tabs do not so these are all output cells and then of course blue font that cells are your input cells where black fondant cells are your outfit cells so let's go ahead and get started start by dropping a property name in here we call this Hiland office this is in Highland Wisconsin wherever that is fictitious place then we have occupancy this is more for reference than anything it's not going to be used in any of the calculation then you're going to have a property price method there's four methods that you can choose I call it property price method it also might be considered like your valuation method and it's really what you're going to spend upfront before your acquisition cost rope front of capex and any lender fees so yeah four methods manual input if you choose manual input that's just basically set purchase price you're going to say this is the amount that I'm going to pay for it another method might be DCF value if you do DCF value your purchase price is going to be the present value of the cash flow throughout the term discounted back at your discount rate and your discount rate you might think of it as the unlevered return that you want out of this property and it won't be exact because it doesn't it's you know it's before your other fees but nonetheless it's going to give you a pretty good idea so if you say I want an eight-person 8% on levered return that's going to be a discount rate you cap year one and why this is another method you might use to value it you've got your year when NY you've got what you say is market cap rate for this type of property in your water right now and it's basically going to cap at year one and y at this cap right it'll give you a value there and then finally you have replacement cost which is essentially you're going to say I think this building would cost three hundred thousand dollars to replace per square foot here's your net rentable area multiply that by this and gives you the purchase price in this case I'm just going to use manual input I'm going to call it fifteen million for now then I have analysis start this is when this is when I officially purchase the property I'm going to say it's January 2016 it's important to have the analysis start on the first day of any month then we have analysis period an analysis period is how long am I going to hold the property also another might call it hold period I'm going to say ten years and then in terms of my exit cap here what that means is what years Noi am am I going to use for my residual or my terminal value in this case I'm going to use year eleven so let's keep that at eleven my exit cap rate growth now what this is is I have my going in cap rate which you'll notice is different than market cap rate my going in cap right here and this will change once I drop in my cash flows which we'll do here in a minute but this growth is essentially saying hey I have a going in cap rate what's my cap rate when I when I sell at the end of in this case ten years well I'm going to add this number this many basis points each year to my going in cap rate to give me my terminal cap rate the cap rate at which I'm capping this year eleven Noi to come up with a terminal value so in this case I'm going to call it five basis points you can actually decrease your cap rate just by making this negative right you can keep your cap rate the same going in and going out okay so I'm going to I'm going to add five basis points I'm going to sue my cap rate is greater going out than what it is when we're purchasing this a market cap right for now I'm going to keep it at six and a half I might come back to this again this is a hypothetical deal and so that's why these numbers are so far apart in the real world these hopefully should be pretty close discount rate I'm going to keep that at a replacement cost at 300 obviously set purchase price now these right here are not being used because my purses price method is manual input but you can still come down and see at least the value of your DCF and your replacement cost based on these values here I drop in my net rentable area 50,000 square feet this shows occupancy again I'm going to delete that and so you'll the model that you'll download shouldn't have that that's a duplicate unnecessary upfront cap backs this here is what are you going to have to spend right at closing or right around very very beginning of this investment to get your property stabilized and it may be 0 you might have to spend some money in tenant improvements and leasing Commission's maybe you want to spend some money cat in some capital cost like a to update the lobby or the facade whatever you need to do to stabilize this property in this case I'm going to call it 150,000 and that just adds to my all-in basis upfront I then have acquisition cost these are my closing costs non including lender fees my due diligence costs any other costs that that will go into acquiring the property I'm just going to call this one percent and then I have some outputs here my all-in basis which is my acquisition costs my upfront a capex my purchase price plus any lender fees that's my all-in basis I have my going in cap rate right here which again is just simply my year one Noi over my purchase price I have my year three in a way that just gives me a feel for how the property is growing here or how how cash flows are growing then I have my terminal cap rate and my terminal value then we get down to financing assumptions my loan amount is based off of this LTV so in this case I'm I'm gonna up this to 75% loan to value I'm going to have to put 25% down plus I'm going to have to spend money on lender fees plus I'm going to have to spend money on upfront capex plus I'm going to have to spend money on acquisition cost and that gives me my equity required and then here's my loan amount then we have years of interest only I'm going to say my first three years are interest only then thereafter it will be 30 years and of amortization so my payment will be based off of 30 years of amortization and I'm have a total 10-year term so my first three years or interest only the next seven years or amber tot are payments amortized on a 30-year schedule and at the end of that 10-year period we'll sell right and we'll have a balloon payment as well for this financing there's my loan to value and then my lender fees I'll keep that the same and the way of some other property metrics that right now aren't is relevant because we haven't dropped in the rest of our assumptions as well as investor returns which we'll talk about in a minute if there's a sponsor the the lead company who's buying the property but we're going to also have investors a one or more investors right who will come in and bring bring in additional equity to help us make this acquisition so let's then go to investor returns the question is okay we're the sponsor in this in this case and we have our LP investors and we're going to say we're going to come up with five percent of the equity and our investors are going to come up with ninety-five percent this is the amount based on what we discuss here previously then here's the promote structure and I'm not going to go through what a promoter structure is I hope that you know what that is and if you don't you should go and read up on that but this is where you're going to model in your promote and I have in this case four hurdles i'm i pref and then the three hurdles above that I'm going to say my preferred return in this case is 8% my next turtle so up to 8% it's going to be split a pro rata based on equity in okay so 95 5 right 95 to the LP 5% to the sponsor above 8% now there's going to be an outsized return given to the sponsor because the sponsor brought the deal all the sponsors managing the property and so I'm going to say from 8% to 12% and again this is on a levered basis the there's going to be I'll say 1585 which because of this breakdown and it comes out to 80 point 7 5 percent of the promote goes to the LP 19 point two five percent goes to the sponsor up until the LP has earned a twelve percent return and then from a 12 percent on up to fifteen percent actually let's make it 16 percent we're going to do a twenty five seventy five and then above above 16 percent we're going to do forty sixty now you'll notice over here this is a floating summary box and you can move this around as you want and this automatically automatically updates to tell you what the property returns are well here we see the levered returns fourteen point four eight percent so we know that this last hurdle above sixteen percent is not going to get hit because the levered return as it's currently stands is only fourteen percent so we'll never hit this this hurdle but we will hit this hurdle and so we see as it currently stands and we still have to drop in our cash flows but the limited partner gets these for this return and it's a fourteen point oh eight percent IRR and if almost a three and a half equity multiple on getting on a levered basis where the sponsor gets quite a bit higher than that and so while the property level levered return is about fourteen and a half LP gets a little less than that because the sponsor is getting a larger share of the profit above the preferred return and again you can find on other areas of our blog we discuss promote structures in more detail you probably already understand this but if you don't feel free if you don't find any information out there let me know I can send you some reading materials and get you up now these structures are are handled so that's investor returns we have those modeled in next we have the DCF now you'll notice this is an overly simplified DCF this is just a quick module like bill you'll probably if if you're dealing uh if you have if you're dealing with a broker you probably have an Argus run you more than likely have an Argus license if you don't you may have your own DCF that you model with it with and if that's the case you can simply drop in your effective gross revenue your operating expenses your Noi your capital expenditures and your cash flow from operation you could come you can modify this model to use your DCF because I want to make this model stay on the loan I dropped in this overly simplified DCF and considering how simple it is it's reasonably robust and I think especially for back of the envelope type analysis this should do the job for you until you really want to sharpen your pencil and get your valuation down to something you know maybe a little bit more exact but you're going to do is you're going to say okay in year 1 what do I consider a stabilized value so after spending the money on my upfront capex what will I what will my stabilized numbers look like and so I just come in here I'm gonna say my base rent is a million 750 for my 50,000 square feet you'll notice it's simplified because I haven't dropped a rent roll in or anything I just maybe I've done that in a separate spreadsheet maybe I've just calculated in my mind so that's why this is extremely simplified but I drop in my base rent and I put some sort of growth factor to this and then each year this will grow up through the end now you'll notice this is a 10-year hold we're calculating year 11 because we'll need year 11 for our terminal value right because we're going to be capping year 11 Noi so that's why you'll see your 11 show up here but this is dynamic so if you were to do a ten a five-year hold this will only share a show through five or years six if you're including your six for your exit cap rate so we drop in our base front I'm going to say that this is going to grow at 2% rather than one and a half and feel reasonably confident about the market then we have some recovery income right these are reimbursements from your tenants and in this case I have operating expenses at almost 700,000 I yet and I project that on average I'm going to I'm going to recover about you know let's say third of my operating expenses so I'm going to call it 225 and then other income this could be who knows what I'm going to say a hundred thousand and these these two here I'm going to grow at one percent actually I'm going to grow recovery income at two percent because that's where I'm growing my expenses at but I'm going to grow other income just at one percent and then you'll notice it just automatically grows and it's a straight line growth that's why this isn't especially detailed it's not going to show you where you have chunked cash flows or anything like that you like you would with a more robust ease yeah but again this this will at least get get the job done early on then we have rena Bateman free rent I'm going to say on average each year we're going to give about thirty thousand and free rent and I'm going to grow that to renovate the number by one percent and then vacancy I'm going to model in and this is a percentage in this case I'm going to model in 12% vacancy and that's going to simply take the percentage that's going to multiply by my potential gross income and that's my vacancy number and then I have an adjustment line and this is where you could add some chunkiness so let's imagine in year five we have a big role and we're going to spend I'm gonna say well we're gonna we're going to have a period where the property is not occupied and we're going to have a typical tenant improvement expenses or whatever it may be right this is my adjustment line now tenant improvements are below NY typically and so this isn't a perfect way to do it but it's just one way where we have this adjustment on line and allow us to draw down our cash flow a little bit more in this year because we know something is going to happen we have a big ten vacating and that's why I'm imagining here so I'm going to say three or five there's that and then here in year ten I'm gonna have another one maybe not as big as a year five just going to subtract out that cash flow and that gives me then my effective gross revenue I didn't have my marketing expenses and I'm going to call the numbers I currently have in there as being right there here's my growth assumptions I'm growing if you notice taxes a little bit faster than I'm growing the rest of my expenses and I'm gonna make one minor change I'm going to call payroll I don't know any 5,000 just so you can see their flows out again growing it at this growth rate and so adding those up give us our operating expenses now what I've done you'll notice in black font here this is going to calculate your growth rate for you so if you're interested in knowing you know how sure this is what my revenues growing at this is what my expenses growing what am i interline and why actually growing at and I'll tell you I don't like that growth rate as well I think that's probably a little low for my Noi and so I'm gonna juice that up just by John through my vacancy back to 10% that gives me a little bit more growth it's still probably not where I want it to be so let's let's just drop taxes down okay there we go oops not the zero drop it at 2% so there we go so my NY is growing at about half a percent a year not especially healthy but it's fine so then I have tenant improvements again this is just kind of an average what do I think over the term per year I'm going to be spending in tenant improvements I'm just gonna leave that number in there actually I'm gonna make this awesome I'm gonna call sixty five thousand ten and improvements I'm going to say twelve thousand for leasing commissions on average each year now you notice if I put in a positive number or a negative number this still calculates negative I used a absolute value formula here let's see that right there so that if you do now you should call this negative write-ups you should call this negative because you're spending money on ten improvements but if you accidentally drop in a positive number in something that should be negative it'll it'll notice that and it'll automatically calculated for us so don't worry about that and then I have miscellaneous capex every year I have my capital reserves I'm gonna bring my capital reserves down I say I'm going to spend on average fifty five thousand a year in capital reserves and then miscellaneous capex this shouldn't be anywhere near that high fifteen thousand a year and I'm growing it at this growth rate this is my average growth rate for my capital expenditures over the term and then finally we have cash flow from operations this is just simply write a net in net operating income less our capital expenditures that gives us this is our net cash flow it's the number that's going to be thrown into our DCF to come up with our value plus whatever our residual is at the end of the period so this is a real basic DCF I'm going to look here I I would expect this to equal two percent so let me look at that formula there there may be an error but anyway so that's our simplified DCF we've dropped that in and now we're done and we can go to our property returns again our floating box tells us where our unlevered and levered returns are at and what we have and again this is just because I'm putting fictitious numbers in our unlevered cash flow which is this number here our cash flow from operation it's actually less than our debt service and so every year we're actually losing money and so that's why you'll notice up here on an unlevered basis it's higher than a levered on the levered basis and that's because every year we're losing money and the only only reason this ends up making money in the end is because when we sell the property at the very end we sell it for let's net cash so we ended up wind up getting we sell it for 20 million we subtract out the loan balance and that gives us this net cash on sale we earn equity and that gives us our net gain that's the only reason why this is ship making money let me come over here I'll juice this up a little bit because I want this to be more realistic okay that's probably a little high okay and then the other thing I want to do is I want to come over here oh that's why my interest rate is way too high so I'm going to call my interest rate four and a half percent and then let's come back and make this the 175 oh okay there we go there's something more realistic so and then one other thing here I'm at 75% LTV I'm gonna drop at 70% and there we have it so what these are the same I just my debt assumptions I hadn't done those really right but we come back to our property returns you'll notice our debt service in year 1 2 & 3 is lower than 4 through the NS because this was interest only this tells me my debt coverage so I have more than enough net cash flow unlevered cash flow to cover my debt service payment all right and that gives me my right here levered cash flow so after paying my debt coverage my debt service excuse me it gives me a my leveraged cash flow you'll notice here your 5 if you recall we had some big roll and so we actually are going to have to come out of pocket here to cover our payments in year 5 because we have a big hole in our rent roll in that year and so that's something it's nice to come back here and you can see that hey this we've got a little bit of an issue we're going to have to plan for year 5 again not not a not a perfect way to do it be better to use a more robust DCF model where you can model and leases and reimbursements of things year year over year but this will get the job done for you know for this model and then finally we have debt this is just a real simplified way of looking at with debt debt services in each year and calculates our loan balance you'll find it here on the property returns tab as well but this is where the calculations are done and so let me come back to the property summary and we see our unlock from on a property level unlevered irr and equity multiple our average free and clear return over the term this is an average each year we have levered IRR and equity multiple as well as the cash on cash return and you can find this also here on an annual basis right so you can come and look at okay what's my free and clear each year and then this is the average same with the cash on cash right here your cash on cash notice that's negative and then our average over the period so and then we have our over the term this is the minimum debt coverage and this just kind of is more of a sensitivity analysis where we're looking at K what is a minimum debt coverage we have over the term that's somewhere we might be a little concerned and and this is on an NY basis the reason why you're negative is because on an a cash flow before financing basis it was actually this would actually be less than one and then our minimum debt yield seven point six four again most of the time though our debt yield is a is in the double digits it was only this year five when it was lower and then we look at investor returns and that tells us what we make is a sponsor versus what our limited partner makes on a levered basis what our distributions are versus what our contributions are we notice here we're putting 245 in we're putting a little bit more 248 because in that year five there's going to be a capital call where what we and our partners will have to come out of pocket sixty thousand we're gonna have to come up with five percent of that sixty thousand and that's why this is 248 rather than the 245 which is what we have to come up with initially they gives us our total profit here's our equity multiple attend times is pretty healthy again this is hypothetical deal and there you have it if you have any questions feel free to email me I've noticed a few minor errors in this and so I will clean those up and so the version you will download should have those corrected and thanks for taking the time to listen

STEAMPUNK TINY HOUSE // Sims 4 Speed Build



hey guys it is Sonia and welcome back to the channel and welcome back to another speed build today we're doing a larger squish I suppose so this was fully intended to be a tiny home but it ended up bigger than I thought it would be but it's still only a one-bedroom home and it is still really small and kind of squished it's just not as squishy as some of the squishes I said that a lot tonight but anyway today we are building a steampunk tiny house which I was very excited to do this has actually been on my to-do list for absolutely ages but as I've mentioned a ton of times before like I write things down that sound fun but if they don't sound fun in the moment I won't do them right then and I was talking to one my friends last night and voice chat and I was just like I want to build something tonight but I'm not really sure what and she was like what about something steampunk inspired and I was like um yes and it just sounded so fun in the moment so I came home and I built this and I'm very very happy with it it's it's a pretty cool like I haven't looked into the architecture and like the design when it comes to seeing puck before so I did a lot of like looking at Google and Pinterest and getting inspired by that last night I had mostly seen it in clothing and so basically steampunk I'm gonna read you off of the internet because it's easier for me to explain that way steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th century industrial steam powered machinery so this was a really fun build it's kind of super quirky it's got lots of greens and coppers and I use a lot of black as well it actually uses a decent amount of base game furniture cuz a lot of it fits really well with that style and then in the front here was thinking of making this a greenhouse but it ends up still having large windows on it I think I use the ones from City Live is that where they're from they're like really giant windows and there the glass is clear on one side and blue on the other which I'm not the biggest fan of I wish it was clear on both sides but they were the style I wanted so we'll be placing those down momentarily I tried a bunch of Windows but then I'm like no I need to use these ones and it was really happy with that and this ends up being where the dining area goes so like when you walk in you're kind of in an entrance room and then you if you go off to the right there's the dining space the kitchen and then it opens up into the living room and then upstairs is the bedroom like a loft bedroom and then a bathroom so it is very small and this home comes in at around 71 thousand simoleons so it's not a starter home at all but it was a lot of fun to do and I guess I've just been into builds that are a little bit out of the norm lately I just did the Hogwarts house and I just I really want are the Hogwarts tiny houses and I really want to do more stuff like that I'm like so ready for fall to be here I'm so ready for like spooky season and um doing a lot of those kinds of builds I'm not gonna go too over-the-top with that cuz I want to save most of it for October so we can go crazy here and I'm so excited about that I know I've probably mentioned it a thousand times by now but I do really have a lot of fun with these more interesting and unique builds rather than always doing this is a family home other those are just so fine sometimes too because they're more realistic and you can relate and you're like oh my god I want to live in this house and you get really excited but I also want to live in this house like can I live out my fantasies and that sounds like weird and inappropriate but like my um you know my desires and dreams to live in like a house that doesn't look like a real house oh that was so cool I've always been really interested in like steampunk fashion and stuff and like seeing it put together in buildings as well it's just so so pleasing to me and this was a struggle as you can kind of see I'm like constantly changing stuff around I had no idea what shape this was gonna be it was definitely a lot of trial and error with this build and most of it up until it's finished being built I was on a voice chat with my friends and she she was playing oh gosh what was she's like she was playing some video game and like getting destroyed by whatever um I think it was a boss and we were just hysterically laughing I couldn't see what she was doing she could if she wanted to see what I was doing but we were just talking about completely different things and like kind of messing with each other it was it was just a really fun way to spend the night it was like to know it's like 3 or 4 a.m. when all of that was happening and then I went to bed for the night and I came back this morning and I furnished this and I'm just really really pleased with how this one came out so hope you guys do like it and if you would like to download this build it is almost time for gallery if you search Griffey or the hashtag miss goofy that information is also down below as well as a link you can click on that will bring you to the students for gallery website if you'd like to download it that way if that's easier for you so I'm just I don't know it's almost the weekend sort of it's Thursday and it's all ready for the weekend because this has been such a long week and I can't wait to take my dog to the park this weekend he is almost in the clear to meet other dogs just so exciting because I think I mentioned when I adopted him he had kennel cough which is incredibly common if you're getting a dog from a shelter and he's been on medicine and I haven't heard him coughing quite a few days but he says a couple days left of medicine and they said once you stop hearing him cough for five days he's all clear because I don't want to give other dogs kennel cough but I am so excited I cannot wait to bring him to a park and meet other dogs it's gonna be so fun and you know what I need I need to stop talking about him and get back to this build so we're working on landscaping now and I kept it fairly simple and I didn't keep that red tree I thought it was a pretty color and I didn't really feel like searching through the debug menu to get the dark green or dark red tree that you can see in the background because we now have that with the new sheet that was unlocked recently however I decided to red tree didn't even work as well as I wanted it to anyway and I grabbed similar like dead pine trees from vampires which I thought worked perfectly for this house and I did keep the landscaping fairly simple I didn't want it to be over the top and I mean the house itself is so complicated that I thought over complicating the landscaping would just make it too much and a little bit of a mess and a lot to look at so I just have a couple of trees here and there I do have the tree in the front that's like those big circular bushes which I just thought looked really fun and quirky here but I mostly just have a couple of sidestep low-lying bushes a single Rock a couple of bushes elsewhere and that's really it that's the landscaping it's probably the quickest landscaping I've done in a build in a long time because you know I spend forever because I love landscaping but we are now on the interior of this build and kind of painting the outside or the inside the same colors as the outside and figuring out which walls I want to be which one and we're gonna start with the kitchen because I always start with the kitchen but first I'm like where is it gonna go and I had to switch out some windows over here to make it work and I used these countertops from base game because they were perfect and in this range hood I really enjoyed as well which I don't think I've ever used this one so that was really cool and I was switching back and forth with like which appliances to you so I used this like wood fire stove and I also used a block fridge not the like one that matches that one it's I think it's firm base scheme as well it might be an unlocked one I'm not entirely sure but I really liked it I also loved adding this awning on the inside of the house in the kitchen area I don't know why but something about that just made me really happy I think it looks really cool here's that fridge that I added I just felt like it fit the style I was going for it and then we're deciding that the dining space is gonna be over here and I feel like I tried a ton of tables we'll get to that shortly and I also used these lights not in this area I didn't moving them to the dining space these are pendant lights that we got with they're just like regular Edison bulbs from they came with laundry day stuff and I thought they would look really really nice over here as dangling lights so I was excited to add that I also considered adding a picnic table in here is the table which I thought looked kind of cool but I decided against it in the end and we ended up just having a table with four chairs using these chairs the chemos city living which I love them so much and I worked around with these curtains while and I believe we went with these long floor-to-ceiling ones are those ones also from city living I'm not sure this some items I know they're I think they're from dye now there's some items I use all the time and I just can't remember what they're from but I think those ones are from dye now I might be wrong though and I feel like it's more confusing now that they are did the icons for all the pack so that all stuff packs all stuff packs ro is the same color and all game packs for but all expansion packs have their own colors and it's just so much harder to tell what you're grabbing now and there's certain items like I look for based on their pack I con and I'm like I don't see it and it's kind of frustrating but hopefully I'll get over that at some point because they changed it and another's mods to change it all back and you know I might consider it at some point I think I'm just gonna try to adjust although the loading screen hurts my eyes a bit but they are updating that they're getting a darker color soon so I'm just gonna wait for that update for now I used to the loading screen a lot in one of my videos earlier this week and I D saturated the video whenever it went into the loading screen so let me know if that helps for anyone else that has problems looking at it for prolonged periods of time if so I'll continue to do that until they update it to the darker version but anyway we added this little table in the middle of the kitchen to kind of work as an island cuz I didn't feel like a full island fit here it took up too much space because well this really does stretch the idea of a tiny home it is still a very small space you have to fit everything into so it was definitely interesting I kept placing out items and then changing my mind and I ended up using this so fall from base game which I thought looked so nice I was trying to figure out where I could put this clock and then I didn't it didn't work so we used this one which is the same one from outside in a different swatch and lots of like pipes and stuff going through this house which I love doing and I don't do it that often so I thought it was nice to add those plus fit the style really well and then adding a different bookcase that I thought fit better and I really wanted to add a fireplace in here some end up putting it upstairs I believe it ends up on the other side of the room but upstairs and then we use to this coffee table I don't remember what this is from and now I'm staring at my screen like what is this from oh no I have no idea I think it might be seasons I don't know but I thought it worked really well because it combined the wood and the metal fixtures which is definitely something that was very present in this house and so I did that and then the side table from base game which worked so well and then we have some candelabras which I thought looked really cute as well and actually probably one of my favorite things in this build is the use of round windows I really love using circular windows in my builds it just looks so pretty and it just adds a little bit of extra because I feel like you don't see round windows that often or if you do it's like one little one on the side of the house maybe it's stained-glass I don't know but they're like a main feature here as well as these giant City Living windows which are so pretty about we put this TV under the steps and a couple of storage boxes as well changing the colors of those just add a little bit more personality in clutter as well as these leaning paintings which I thought worked really well and then the little book with the pen nut on it on the coffee table because I use like every build I thought about adding a little bit of tile under the kitchen area but decided against it in the end but we did use this rug I believe that's from stranger ville which I thought looked nice and then these chairs from a jungle adventure also looked so pretty here I was very excited about those and then we're gonna be adding a little office area over here by the steps I believe we use a base game disc that is unlocked through the ignore game play ignore gameplay unlocks entitlement sheet and of course the really big chair that is also unlock to that way that is just perfect for this area it's just so elegant elegant it's like fancy I feel like that's what you see in an expensive office and then just a couple of paintings a little lantern a cheap laptop because for some reason I just thought that'd fit better here and then these little pens as well which are unlocked through one of the careers maybe it's business I'm not really sure which one I've never unlocked them I've just taken them from the catalog and it's actually true of a lot of objects I have absolutely no idea where certain ones come from like I might know what pack they're from but if there's something needs to be unlocked I have no idea what courier gets you that unlock so you know that's not great however it's nice that we have a cheap that you can just grab them and not have to play through all of these careers to get decorative items but it is also cool to have that perk when you're playing through the game and you did so well in the you know culinary career and you get these new counters because I know you get those from there the like metal ones which are really cool because that's probably career I've played through the most but it's also nice to just be able to grab them or get the perk I just said that in like three different ways but overall approved just yay for cheats um but anyway we were working on the bedroom now I fiddled around with us for a very long time I couldn't figure out I knew the bed was gonna go over here but I couldn't figure out which wall should be what color if I should have a separation if I wanted those curtains and upstairs is definitely has some more grays and blacks than downstairs it's less colorful up here but I think it's a little bit more subdued in like a nice peaceful way you can like it's cozy and dark and you can just sleep and it just it's nice so the bet is against the wall so you could technically get two sims in but really it's more so like one cuz I know you're supposed to be able to like get in and like move over so another sim can get in so two sims should be able to sleep in a bed against the wall but it's just finicky and I never I can get it to work so this is really a one sim household but you could have somebody sleep on the couch I guess or if you had like a baby there's room for a cot or a toddler bed um it's plausible it's it's it's possible um however you know it's really meant for one sim so if you're going to use this house you probably only want one sim you could totally renovate it to make it more for more sim so that'd be really cool to see this is probably one of my favorite Lots it's like cottage um see which is in windin burg I love this lot so much it's really pretty I love putting like magical mystical builds here or or steampunk builds but we're using some of this more industrial bathroom set that we got from seasons which I thought worked really really well in here and I'm just really happy with I actually have not play tested this at the time of doing this voice over but I'm going to before I upload it on the gallery so everything should work hopefully I don't have to change anything but I will make sure to go ahead and play test that because I've definitely been getting a lot of people mentioning things not working and I've been play testing them so hopefully it helps but anyway we are coming to the end of the video thank you guys so much for watching I hope you did enjoy this one if you did make sure to give this video a big thumbs up you can also subscribe to the channel if you have not already and if you click that bell ill turn 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