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Business Plan

At AAGL REAL ESTATE CONSULTING, we can assist you with your Real Estate Business Plan. Although they're especially useful for new businesses, every company and/or person should have a Business Plan. Ideally, the plan is reviewed and updated periodically to reflect goals that have been met or have changed. Sometimes, a new business plan is created for an established business that has decided to move in a new direction. An AAGL BUSINESS PLAN is a document that defines in-detail a project or a company's objectives and how it plans to achieve its goals. Our business plan lays out a written road map for your company and/or transaction; from marketing, financial, and operational standpoints, and the AAGL BUSINESS PLAN can be used to attract investment before a company has established a proven track record to help secure lending from financial institutions.

Our AAGL BUSINESS PLAN is an important document aimed at a company's external and internal audiences we will focus on key elements such as:

  • Marketing Strategy: This section describes how the company will attract and keep its customer base and how it intends to reach the consumer. A clear distribution channel must be outlined. The section also spells out advertising and marketing campaign plans and the types of media those campaigns will use.
  • Financial Planning: This section should include a company's financial planning and projections. Financial statements, balance sheets, and other financial information may be included for established businesses. New businesses will include targets and estimates for the first few years plus a description of potential investors.
  • Budget: Every company or person needs to have a budget in place. This section should include costs related to staffing, development, manufacturing, marketing, and any other expenses related to the business.
  • Financial Projections: A complete business plan must include a set of financial projections for the business. These forward-looking financial statements are often called pro-forma financial statements or simply the "pro-formas." They include an overall budget, current and projected financing needs, a market analysis, and the company's marketing strategy.
  • An AAGL BUSINESS PLAN can serve to keep a company's executive team stay on the same page about strategic action items and on target for meeting established goals. A company will entice readers with a plan that demonstrates its singularity and potential for success. Our AAGL BUSINESS PLANS OR PROPOSALS will ensure you are well prepared to achieve your ultimate goals.

Build, run and scale your own business with our comprehensive and simple 6-phase approach:


Generate business ideas & select the most promising one: (1) Business idea generator, (2) Business ideas prioritization.


Define your business model & identify your critical assumptions: (1) Key partners, (2) Key activities, (3) Key resources, (4) Value propositions, (5) Customer relationships, (6) Channels, (7) Customer segments, (8) Cost structure, (9) Revenue stream, (10) Identify your most critical assumptions.


Gather data to validate or invalidate your critical assumptions: (1) Data required to validate or invalidate our critical assumptions, (2) Methods to get the required data, (3) New data and insights, (4) Impacts on our business model, (5) Impacts on our business ideas prioritization.


Build a business plan: (1) Problem to solve & solution, (2) Mission, vision & strategic objectives, (3) Target market, (4) Market analysis, (5) Competitor analysis, (6) Marketing plan, (7) Business structure, (8) Financial plan.


Implement your business plan and gather more data along the way: (1) Stakeholder management, (2) Key performance indicators (KPIs) dashboard, (3) Action plan, (4) Monthly budget to monitor the expenses and the revenue of your venture, (5) New data and insights, (6) Impacts on our business plan and business model.


Estimate the value of your business and raise funds: (1) Company’s financial performance analysis: Income statement, Balance sheet statement, Cash flow statement, Financial ratios, Sales breakdown analysis, and Cost breakdown analysis, (2) Top 3 business valuation methods including discounted cash flow valuation model, precedent transaction analysis and comparable company analysis, (3) Venture capital 101 presentation: Venture capital industry, the venture capital 6-phase process, how venture capital firms decide which startup they should fund, and the growth stages and funding rounds of a successful start-up (4) Investor and startup term sheet: Post-money valuation, Amount of financing, Size of option pool, Vesting periods, Board representation, and a summary of all the terms and pitfalls to avoid.