Pro Formas and the HUD 221(d)(4) Loan Program
Pro forma is a method of calculating financial results which emphasizes current or projected figures. Pro forma financial statements are commonly used to determine the potential viability of a real estate investment, as well as to show potential investors who may be interested in putting money into a project. Pro forma operating budgets are often one of the most important documents in a loan package, as they give a lender an idea of what your property’s expenses will look like, especially when compared to the property’s projected income.
To create your own pro forma operating budget for a HUD 221(d)(4) loan application, check out our detailed operating statement and underwriting analysis.
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