A Free Book - Value Beyond Cost Savings: How to Underwrite Sustainable Property

Submitted by Charles Frost on Mon, 04/26/2010 - 10:30.

Green Building Finance Consortium

The book is here!

 Value Beyond Cost Savings: How to Underwrite Sustainable Property,  a new book by the Green Building Finance Consortium Executive Director Scott Muldavin, details how to value and underwrite sustainable properties.

The book can be downloaded for free as a public service of the Consortium.  A hardbound book is also available for $35.00 USD plus shipping.

Click here to download the complete book

Due to its unique combination of capital markets and sustainability knowledge, Value Beyond Cost Savings  provides those with money the methods and practices necessary to assess the value and risk of sustainable property investment, while providing those seeking money an insider’s view on how capital providers value property and make investment decisions.

Value Beyond Cost Savings  is supplemented by separate publication of six expanded Chapters (I, II, III, IV, V, VI), which provide 400 additional pages of in-depth research, analysis, and performance information . Both the book and six expanded Chapters are provided without charge as a public service.
 
Click here to download the expanded chapters

The Consortium’s publications are complimented by dynamic web-based research resources including a uniquely indexed searchable perLink ID="HyperLink2" runat="server" NavigateUrl="~/Home/ResearchLibrary.aspx">Research Library,  specialized Industry Links , insightful Presentations  and important Additional Readings .

The Green Building Finance Consortium (GBFC) is a research and education initiative founded and led by Scott Muldavin, President of The Muldavin Company, Inc., to enable better financially based sustainable property decision-making. Additional detail on the Consortium and its Advisory Board and Members is provided in the “About GBFC” section of the website.

Importantly, the Consortium is financed independent of green building product or professional organizations, relying on funding from The Muldavin Company Inc. and Consortium Members. Members are leading real estate companies, governments, non-governmental organizations and industry trade associations including BOMA International, the Mortgage Bankers Association, the Pension Real Estate Association, the National Association of Realtors, and the Urban Land Institute.

The Consortium is dedicated to continuing its mission to widely communicate the results of its work. To help fund its continuing mission, the Consortium, starting in 2010, will be available for sustainable property consulting and advisory services implemented by Scott Muldavin and The Muldavin Company, a firm with over 25+ years of consulting experience to leaders in the real estate and business community.

 http://www.greenbuildingfc.com/