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Maverick Ross
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To help REALTORS and other housing market analysts get the most out of the plethora of data that is available, NAR Research produces a series Commercial Real Estate Metro Market Reports which provide insights into the fundamentals and direction of the nation's largest metropolitan commercial real estate. Each report evaluates a number of factors affecting the market, including indicators on the economic and demographic conditions of a metro area and commercial market indicators on net absorption, vacancy rates, rent, deliveries, inventory, total sales volume, and cap rates based on CoStar market data.


This program provides learners with the knowledge and skills they need to understand the integral components of the commercial real estate business. Participants acquire a robust overview of the development process, project planning and management, investment and financing decisions, property valuation, property management and the cycle of tenancy, and real estate asset management. Ultimately, you will obtain practical guidance and analytical tools to enhance your career and improve your ability to develop successful real estate projects. Familiarity with Microsoft Excel is strongly recommended.

Real estate development projects have many moving pieces; the project manager guides and aligns resources to bring those pieces together into a coherent, financially successful whole. To develop critical project management skills, you will work through a case study and learn how to think like a project manager with guidance from Brad Wellstead, experienced former real estate development project manager and Cornell University faculty member. The practical tools and techniques you learn will allow you to confidently create a project schedule, set a realistic budget, and effectively manage resources, risks, and people.

Real estate investment is a popular way to accumulate wealth, but you don't have to be rich to get started. That's because there are many ways to finance real estate investments to raise the equity you need and structure debt beneficially. In this course, you will explore both sides of the financing equation to understand what equity and debt partners want, how to structure financing for a high likelihood of approval and rate of return, and how to perform analyses that are critical to success. Not only will these analyses upgrade your skills, the sophisticated spreadsheet tools you use can be applied immediately to real-life opportunities.

As real estate asset manager, you are steward of an owner's property, responsible for managing it to help achieve the owner's goals and increase its value. To guide you in this challenging role, you need a comprehensive road map for decision making: the Asset Management Strategic Plan. This course focuses on teaching you how to build this strategic plan and on developing your understanding of the asset manager role, its activities, and different management approaches. Beyond best practices and expert insights, this course also provides you with ample opportunities to practice new skills and an applied toolkit for real-world real estate asset management.

Jan A. deRoos is the HVS Professor of Hotel Finance and Real Estate at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. He has devoted his career to teaching and research related to hospitality real estate, with a focus on the valuation, financing, development, and control of lodging, timeshare, and restaurant assets.

Professor deRoos has developed two online executive education programs for real estate professionals: one with a broad real estate industry perspective and a second that focuses on lodging. He co-developed a free web-based tool, the Hotel Valuation Software, with Stephen Rushmore of HVS International. His book on hotel management agreements, co-authored with the late James Eyster, is the seminal academic publication on the topic.

Swope Lees Commercial Real Estate, LLC is a commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm that operates regionally in Southeastern Pennsylvania, with an emphasis in Chester County. We maintain regional, national, and international relationships through affiliation with the CCIM Institute, the preeminent platform for commercial real estate networking, education, and technology. The professional services offered by Swope Lees include commercial real estate sales and leasing, market analysis, financial and investment analysis, and project-specific and market consulting.

We provide objective and reliable advice in support of our mid-market clients. We have the benefit of confidence in making commercial real estate decisions and for our team members to enjoy the lifestyle they desire.

SVN partners are part of a global force that is shaping the future of commercial real estate. Our modern and progressive business model is structured for your growth and prosperity, providing franchise ownership opportunities for CRE professionals who want to take their brokerage business to the next level.

Newly acquired by Dade Home Investors, Inc this two-parcel property is zoned for commercial use. The property hosts excellent frontage and is located north of an excellent anchor plaza that is home to local and national brands while being surrounded by residential...

This booklet addresses the risks inherent in commercial real estate lending, which comprises acquisition, development, and construction financing and the financing of income-producing real estate. The booklet also discusses prudent risk management and regulatory requirements.

With a significant, long-term investment in technology and proprietary data gleaned from properties and markets across the country, our unique, fully integrated platform provides actionable insights to guide your real estate investment decisions.

This website is not intended to solicit commercial mortgage loan brokerage business in Nevada. Investment sales and real estate brokerage businesses are conducted exclusively by Berkadia Real Estate Advisors LLC and Berkadia Real Estate Advisors Inc. Tax credit syndication business is conducted exclusively by Berkadia Affordable Tax Credit Solutions. For California and all state licensing details for the above entities click here.

GRACRE provides opportunities for professionals in all disciplines related to commercial real estate to interact with one another. GRACRE serves the greater Richmond region including the City of Richmond and the counties of Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, and Henrico.

During the pandemic GRACRE has added several new programs and events to serve the commercial real estate community. With just a few months left in 2021, GRACRE will continue to strive to offer relevant and information programs, providing added value to your dues investment.

OUR MISSIONThe Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate (GRACRE) is the only organization in the Richmond region whose primary mission is to be an advocate for commercial property owners, developers, and related professionals. With your participation, we are an effective tool and a significant voice.

WHO WE AREGRACRE provides opportunities for professionals in all disciplines relating to commercial real estate to interact with one another. GRACRE encompasses the City of Richmond and the counties of Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, and Henrico. Commercial Real Estate is your industry and Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate (GRACRE) is the association that looks out for your interests. Together, we are an effective tool and significant voice.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITSGRACRE provides opportunities for professionals in all disciplines related to commercial real estate to interact with one another through an array of educational and networking events.

POLITICAL ACTIONGRACRE members also have the opportunity to make a difference. Through your contributions to the Commercial Development Political Action Committee (CD PAC), the association and our members are in a position to develop relationships with members of the Virginia General Assembly. These relationships provide political support and legislative initiatives that directly impact the Virginia commercial real estate industry.

Commercial property, also called commercial real estate, investment property or income property, is real estate (buildings or land) intended to generate a profit, either from capital gains or rental income.[1] Commercial property includes office buildings, medical centers, hotels, malls, retail stores, multifamily housing buildings, farm land, warehouses, and garages. In many states, residential property containing more than a certain number of units qualifies as commercial property for borrowing and tax purposes.

The basic elements of an investment are cash inflows, outflows, timing of cash flows, and risk. The ability to analyze these elements is key in providing services to investors in commercial real estate.

Cash inflows and outflows are the money that is put into, or received from, the property including the original purchase cost and sale revenue over the entire life of the investment. An example of this sort of investment is a real estate fund. 041b061a72


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