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Have you ever stepped back and truly looked at your entire redevelopment program (formal or informal)?  Our team will step into your community with a fresh set of eyes and no agenda.  We’ll examine a wide array of tangible and intangible components in your community that will guide us to developing solid recommendations that will assist you in the next steps of your revitalization efforts.

Are your revitalization efforts stuck or stalled?

Are there past planning efforts on the shelf that haven’t been implemented?

How can you make revitalization happen in this economy?

Do you know what the next step is?

The goal of the assessment is to develop an informed, current understanding of the gaps or needs that exist in the community, and then provide a simple plan to help your community become competitive in today’s market.

Get fresh perspectives from five seasoned professionals – on the street and in your community – for an intensive assessment evaluation.  No lengthy drawn-out timeframe!  We offer an affordable on-site assessment approach that begins with a review of information relevant to your situation, followed by two full days in your community.  The first day will include an intensive investigation.  The second day will involve a team work session focused on recommendations and solutions.  In less than a week we complete our reconnaissance and provide you with a succinct report  of steps you can implement immediately.

Our team represents a broad range of disciplines: economic development, market analysis, real estate development, redevelopment, community planning, urban design, business and retail design and public policy.  We will bring you fresh ideas to kick-start a project or simply re-energize an effort that is already underway.

Affordable assessments start at $5,000, but will be individually priced based on your community size and needs.

Contact us today for more information!

 

Thank you to those who attended “Tough Love and Downtown Revitalization” recently in Neenah.

For economic development, community development and redevelopment events happening throughout the state of Wisconsin, please see our Calendar page.

For more information, please contact us at kfish@redevelopment-resources.com

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Grants USA Grant Training

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Milwaukee County Sheriff's Training Academy and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop in Franklin / Milwaukee, April 14-15, 2014. This training is for grant seekers across all disciplines. Attend this class and you'll learn how to find grants and write winning grant proposals. Tuition is $425 and includes all materials: workbook and accompanying 420MB resource CD that's packed full of tools and more than 200 sample grant proposals. Seating is limited, online reservations are necessary.

Grants USA Grant Training»

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Grants USA Grant Training

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Milwaukee County Sheriff's Training Academy and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop in Franklin / Milwaukee, April 14-15, 2014. This training is for grant seekers across all disciplines. Attend this class and you'll learn how to find grants and write winning grant proposals. Tuition is $425 and includes all materials: workbook and accompanying 420MB resource CD that's packed full of tools and more than 200 sample grant proposals. Seating is limited, online reservations are necessary.

Grants USA Grant Training»

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Webinar: What About Rural Broadband?

1:00 pm – 2:45 pm

Increasingly, data is showing that our sparsely populated areas of the state are not getting the broadband connectivity they need. This webinar hosted by the Wisconsin Public Service Commission will illustrate why improved broadband connectivity is just as important in rural areas and will highlight some of the successes observed around the state. Presenters will include: Andy Lewis, Broadband and Economic Development Specialist, UW-Extension; Lori Vergin, of M-Power Consulting; Adam Holroyd of SonicNet; and other broadband provider representatives.

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National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The final course in the EDFP Certification Program™, ED300 integrates the business credit and real estate finance skills learned in previous courses with the creative demands of deal structuring. Participants apply a process for solving problems in order to overcome the myriad obstacles—economic, financial, political, social— to the successful structuring of business finance and real estate projects. The emphasis of this course is casework. Participants are challenged by case studies that involve complex financial issues such as workouts, business buyouts and tax credits in real estate projects. Specific topics include:

  • Problem Solving
    • Elements of the problem solving process
    • Devising a negotiation strategy
    • Creating "win-win” solutions
  • Deal Structuring
    • Valuing tax credits
    • Mixed-use developments
  • Workout and Buy-outs
    • Developing a workout plan
    • Business valuation methods
    • Structuring a buy-out
  • Syndication
    • Equity attraction
    • Allocation of benefits
    • Limited partnership model

Prerequisites

ED101, ED201 and ED202

National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring»

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National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The final course in the EDFP Certification Program™, ED300 integrates the business credit and real estate finance skills learned in previous courses with the creative demands of deal structuring. Participants apply a process for solving problems in order to overcome the myriad obstacles—economic, financial, political, social— to the successful structuring of business finance and real estate projects. The emphasis of this course is casework. Participants are challenged by case studies that involve complex financial issues such as workouts, business buyouts and tax credits in real estate projects. Specific topics include:

  • Problem Solving
    • Elements of the problem solving process
    • Devising a negotiation strategy
    • Creating "win-win” solutions
  • Deal Structuring
    • Valuing tax credits
    • Mixed-use developments
  • Workout and Buy-outs
    • Developing a workout plan
    • Business valuation methods
    • Structuring a buy-out
  • Syndication
    • Equity attraction
    • Allocation of benefits
    • Limited partnership model

Prerequisites

ED101, ED201 and ED202

National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring»

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National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The final course in the EDFP Certification Program™, ED300 integrates the business credit and real estate finance skills learned in previous courses with the creative demands of deal structuring. Participants apply a process for solving problems in order to overcome the myriad obstacles—economic, financial, political, social— to the successful structuring of business finance and real estate projects. The emphasis of this course is casework. Participants are challenged by case studies that involve complex financial issues such as workouts, business buyouts and tax credits in real estate projects. Specific topics include:

  • Problem Solving
    • Elements of the problem solving process
    • Devising a negotiation strategy
    • Creating "win-win” solutions
  • Deal Structuring
    • Valuing tax credits
    • Mixed-use developments
  • Workout and Buy-outs
    • Developing a workout plan
    • Business valuation methods
    • Structuring a buy-out
  • Syndication
    • Equity attraction
    • Allocation of benefits
    • Limited partnership model

Prerequisites

ED101, ED201 and ED202

National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring»

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National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The final course in the EDFP Certification Program™, ED300 integrates the business credit and real estate finance skills learned in previous courses with the creative demands of deal structuring. Participants apply a process for solving problems in order to overcome the myriad obstacles—economic, financial, political, social— to the successful structuring of business finance and real estate projects. The emphasis of this course is casework. Participants are challenged by case studies that involve complex financial issues such as workouts, business buyouts and tax credits in real estate projects. Specific topics include:

  • Problem Solving
    • Elements of the problem solving process
    • Devising a negotiation strategy
    • Creating "win-win” solutions
  • Deal Structuring
    • Valuing tax credits
    • Mixed-use developments
  • Workout and Buy-outs
    • Developing a workout plan
    • Business valuation methods
    • Structuring a buy-out
  • Syndication
    • Equity attraction
    • Allocation of benefits
    • Limited partnership model

Prerequisites

ED101, ED201 and ED202

National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring»

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National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The final course in the EDFP Certification Program™, ED300 integrates the business credit and real estate finance skills learned in previous courses with the creative demands of deal structuring. Participants apply a process for solving problems in order to overcome the myriad obstacles—economic, financial, political, social— to the successful structuring of business finance and real estate projects. The emphasis of this course is casework. Participants are challenged by case studies that involve complex financial issues such as workouts, business buyouts and tax credits in real estate projects. Specific topics include:

  • Problem Solving
    • Elements of the problem solving process
    • Devising a negotiation strategy
    • Creating "win-win” solutions
  • Deal Structuring
    • Valuing tax credits
    • Mixed-use developments
  • Workout and Buy-outs
    • Developing a workout plan
    • Business valuation methods
    • Structuring a buy-out
  • Syndication
    • Equity attraction
    • Allocation of benefits
    • Limited partnership model

Prerequisites

ED101, ED201 and ED202

National Development Council: ED300- The Art of Deal Structuring»

Rural Summit 2014

8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Wisconsin Rural Partners "Rural Summit 2014 - Generations: Responding to our Future

Rural Summit 2014»

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