Calculating NPV for a Project


 
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Calculating NPV for a Project
Maboshe Muchula, Student (MBA), Member
John owns a nursery school. He estimates that, with an extension, he would be able to sell the business as a going concern for $600,000 in six years time. Without the extension, he would expect to sell it for $500,000 in six years’ time. A local builder has recently approached John with an unexpected offer to buy the nursery now for $850,000.
John needs to decide whether to carry on in business without the extension (Option 1), have the extension built (Option 2), or sell to the developer (Option 3). The following information is available.
1. John has already obtained preliminary planning permission for the extension at a cost of $1,200.
2. John’s building costs are estimated to be $85,000. Of this amount, $45,000 relates to materials and must be paid immediately. The balance of the building costs relates to labour and will be paid on completion of the work. The work would take one year to complete. The nursery would still be open as usual during the year so revenue woul...
 

 























 


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