Questions for Pinckney Street: 1. What are Edward Lees financial and non-financial objectives? (think first page here) 2. What individuals helped Lee during the process and what differing real estate job functions did they perform? 3. What is the debt coverage ratio and what are the two possible capitalization rates for the property? (think NOI/Value vs. NOI/Price) What do the ratio and rates tell us? 4. What is the before tax cash flow for the property? After calculating this, what is the equity dividend ratio and the mortgage constant for the property and what does these ratios tell us? 5. What are the issues/risks relating to the rehabilitation of the property that he intends to purchase? 6. What are the financial risks involved with purchasing and managing the property? (not necessarily the same risks as the previous question) 7. Are there any other items and/or issues that you would want to know before making a decision on whether to purchase the subject property? (Just try to think of one or two items or issues that may not be covered in the case.) 8. Will he be able to live rent free? (Provide solid reasoning with numbers) 9. Should Edward Lee purchase the property? Why or why not? 10. Lee is planning to renovate the building, so technically he is becoming a developer as well. Is he meeting the 3 objectives of real estate developers as noted in class? Paper Format: Introduction = State the situation and give the objectives asked for in question 1. Body = Answer questions 2-8 in paragraph form. You can attach any financial information in charts or graphs from Excel if you want, but they are not required. Conclusion = Answer questions 9-10 here.