Asset Management

Avoid unforeseen spend on your property portfolio

Stress Testing and Big Unforeseen Spend on Properties

Pinpointing your lowest earning stock looked at how to identify your lowest earning properties, in this next one, we give an example of how you can stress test properties that need an unforeseen investment,

Our StockProfiler tool always allows for you to stress test on –


– Rent Uplift 

– Major repairs deferment

– Maintenance and management uplift

– Voids %

  • Propety A
  • Additional Spend - £25,000
  • Current NPV - £85,679
  • New NPV - £60,679
  • Average NPV in area - £44,679
  • Propety B
  • Additional Spend - £25,000
  • Current NPV - £45,884
  • New NPV - £20,884
  • Average NPV in area - £44,679

The two properties have the same additional investment requirement but differing results. Property A still has a good NPV against the average after additional spend, but Property B falls below the average for the area.

The next stage is to investigate the detail of the additional investment on Property B to see if it is changing or eliminating any future requirements for Investment.

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Laura Matthews

Laura Matthews

Laura is SDS Marketing Manager specialising in digital, social and content marketing. Her passion for helping people in all aspects of marketing flows through in the expert industry coverage she provides. Her work involves overseeing all aspects of SDS marketing including online, offline and events. Promoting; development appraisal, land valuation, development viability amongst many other areas.

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