A forward purchase transaction can be attractive to both buyers and sellers. Among other benefits, a buyer may avoid a bidding and marketing process that would generally accompany a concluded or stabilized asset, and may also have a better understanding of the physical characteristics of the project during the development phase. On the other hand, a seller could reduce his holding time, make profits earlier, increase his return on invested capital and potentially use exit security to obtain more favorable construction financing. Although finally, as sales of REIT shares become more frequent for sellers to take into account the tax structuring of foreign investors, some sellers are beginning to structure their purchases forward as pre-purchases of REIT shares, which creates additional complexity. In general, the promoter of the seller project transfers ownership of the land by a first step corresponding to the signing of the forward financing contract, or shortly thereafter, at the time of the realization of certain conditions. As a result, the buyer becomes owner before or at the same time as the construction of the property. The total purchase price is determined by the contracting parties before the work begins. Another risk arising from the non-standardized nature of futures contracts is that they are settled only on the billing date and do not comply with the future e.H. market. What happens if the forward interest rate indicated in the contract deviates sharply from the spot rate at the time of the count? Unlike regulated futures contracts, futures contracts are not regulated. These are private agreements between buyers and sellers. The above price formula can also be written as follows: cash flows are used by companies to limit the risk of changes in cash flows due to variable assets. Futures contracts relate to cash flows, since companies can use foreign currency futures contracts to hedge against changes in the exchange rates of an existing asset or liability.
The futures contract blocks the exchange rate. The value of a position at maturity depends on the relationship between the delivery price (K-Displaystyle K) and the underlying price (S T-Displaystyle S_) on that date. For the investor, such a structuring has the advantage of not having to cover the risk of construction/insolvency of the developer, of requiring less know-how in the development of projects and the contract of sale is much simpler, while on the other hand, the rights to participate in the construction/rental phase will be less broad and the purchase price will probably be higher. In a pre-financing transaction, the parties enter into an early sale contract with vendor development obligations – often before development work begins and sometimes even before planning. However, the purchase price is paid in installments, unlike a forward purchase transaction (see below), which depend mainly on the progress of construction (but also sometimes according to other requirements .B.