An acquaintance has expertly pointed out an inaccuracy in my projections for lakelife EC project, and I’ve amended the figures accordingly. Basically, I’ve neglected to account for taxes to be paid for the project (nobody can tell the taxes, I’ve just assumed a 20% rate), and the loans to be repaid by the JV to BBR.
So let me just do the consolidated figures again here:
Breakeven price $727 psf
Selling price $873 psf
Estimated profit $(873-727) x 653,000 = $95.3mil (Assuming fully sold)
Net profit after tax = $76.24mil (It is impossible to predict accurately the tax, I’d just assumed 20% which is on the high side to provide a MOS)
After repayment of loans to shareholders = $76.24mil – $19.3mil = $56.94mil.
BBR’s 35% stake = $19.9mil or 6.5cents/share
This means upon TOP, BBR’s income statement will show a nice boost to earnings of approximately 6.5 cents, and the balance sheet will have a mega boost to cash and cash equivalents of ($19.9 mil due to it’s 35% stake + $19.3mil due to loans extended to the JV) = $39mil approximately.