Retail Market Strategy: Indianapolis, Indiana

Retail Market Strategy: Indianapolis, Indiana

Residential Market Strategy: Salt Lake City, Utah

Residential Market Strategy: Salt Lake City, Utah

Market Strategy: Oldham County, Kentucky

Market Strategy: Oldham County, Kentucky

Residential Market Strategy: Ocean Springs, Mississippi


We were able to confirm solid opportunity for new condominium and single-family units with exceptional absorption rates at appropriate price points.

 

 

A private development company in Mississippi retained Anderson Economic Group to conduct a feasibility study for their proposed development of a mix of dwelling units in a Planned Unit Development (P.U.D.) near Ocean Springs, Mississippi.

Nearly two years after the devastation that Hurricane Katrina brought to the coastline, these developers and our firm were among the first in efforts to develop new low-income and market rate housing to the area. The purpose of our study was to develop an optimal strategy for development, identify the opportunity for new multi- and single-family units, determine target price points and formats, and provide anticipated absorption rates. As a part of our work, we conducted a site visit, market tour, supply and demand analysis, and a thorough inventory of the current supply of for-sale houses within the local area.

 

After less than two months of pre-sales, the project sold nearly every unit in the planned development.

Franchise Damages and Antitrust Analysis: Diageo North America

 

Franchise Value Analysis: Heineken USA and Alaska Distributors

Franchise Value Analysis: Heineken USA and Alaska Distributors

Mortgage Wholesaler Valuation Analysis: Law Firm


Our analysis focused on the future cash flow that the mortgage wholesale operation would have generated had the plaintiff been allowed to continue directing the operation. The operation was set up as a unit of a larger bank, and generated income through inter­est earned on its loan portfolio, and by selling loans on the secondary market. To deter­mine the value of this operation we estimated overall loan generation in coming years, taking into account economic and market changes and which loans would be added to the portfolio and which would be sold to the secondary market. Expenses of the operation were also forecasted, allowing us to estimate cash flows for the operation. These cash flows were then discounted to the present day to arrive at the value of the operation.

The findings of our analysis were summarized in an expert report which was used for settlement purposes. Shortly after our report was submitted our client accepted a favor­able settlement offer.

A Chicago based commercial litigation firm, retained Anderson Eco­nomic Group, LLC as a expert in a matter involving the value of contractual rights to a share of profits earned by a mortgage wholesale operation. Our work was done on behalf of the plaintiff, who was seeking damages for termination of contact.

Michigan Business Climate Benchmarking Study

Patrick L. Anderson, Ian K. Clemens & Christine Reading

Establish Michigan’s Benchmark industries against competing cities

Location Advantages for an Auto Supplier Exchange Firm

Patrick L. Anderson, Ian K. Clemens

AEG conducts market research to determine the best location for Covisint.

The Tax Burdens of The Michigan Single Business Tax

Patrick L. Anderson and Ilhan K. Geckil

This report analyzes the Single Business Tax under current law and proposed changes to the tax.