Since our founding in 1976, Greenfield Advisors’ principals have been involved in complex real estate matters throughout the world. Our expertise has guided residential subdivision development, implementation of urban villages, low-income housing development, brownfield redevelopment, and bankruptcy workouts. Our analysts have spoken at the invitation of dozens of organizations, including both the American Bar Association and the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the financial aspects of brownfields.
Our approach to feasibility studies is grounded in three concepts: market feasibility, economic feasibility, and financial feasibility. The first asks the question, “If we build it, will they come?” The second, “If we build it, and they come, will they pay us?” The third asks, “If we build it, and they come, and they pay us, will it be profitable?” This approach is at the core of the highest and best use study, and it is one of the first steps in all complex real estate development decisions. Our feasibility studies have paved the way for urban villages in Washington and shopping centers in South Carolina. Some of our other successes, of course, are projects that didn’t happen because of our timely warning. In today’s environment, the difference between boilerplate reports and true analysis can also be the difference between failure and success.
Greenfield Advisors uses its skills in economic analysis to assist clients with the EB-5 Visa process. Our staff works closely with clients to compile the necessary data to build comprehensive business plans and economic impact studies for any business venture. Our team of analysts goes step-by-step with clients through the properly research, data compilation, and analysis phases to ensure that the final reports we produce are of the highest quality and meet all of the requirements of the EB-5 Visa process. To discuss your research needs regarding the EB-5 Visa process, please call us at 770-334-3952 or email Dr. Clifford A. Lipscomb at firstname.lastname@example.org.