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Ms. Brown estimates the following cash flow for the first five years of operations, with cash flow leveling off in year 5. Year Cash flow Year 1 $695,000 Year 2= 876,250 Year 3= 1,057,500 Year 4= 1,238,750 Year 5= 1, 420,000 Calculate the IRR and NPV of this project utliizing a 12% discount rate and a 15% cap rate. Ms. brown was able to secure a loan for $1,540,000, and an equity investor agreed to invest the remaining $660,000 in exchange for 20% ownership in the project? 3) What would the investor's ROI be for this 5year project? If the restaurant achieved the budgeted operating results for the year? 40 If the investor has a hurdle rate of 15%, does this project meet or exceed the investor's requirements?

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