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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 5-year 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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