CCIM Faculty Member
Ward Center Classes
The Ward Center curriculum includes courses on a variety of topics. Most are available for licensed delivery by approved sponsors such as CCIM chapters. For more information, please contact Angela Hawk, Ward Center Program Manager.
- Advanced Market Analysis (also offered online)
- Commercial Real Estate Negotiations
- Financial Analysis Tools for Commercial Real Estate
- Foundations for Success in Commercial Real Estate
- Fundamentals of Tenant Representation
- Residential Real Estate Financial Analysis
- Ultimate Group Sponsor Workshop
- Advanced Market Analysis (also offered in classroom)
- Before and After Tax Discounted Cash Flow Analysis
- Communication Skills for Business Professionals
- Creating Reliable Valuations
- Disposition Analysis for Commercial Real Estate
- Essential HP 10bII Financial Calculator Skills for Commercial Real Estate
- Feasibility Analysis for Commercial Real Estate
- Fundamentals of Real Estate Auctions
- High-Tech Marketing for Commercial Real Estate
- Real Estate Applications of Time Value of Money Concepts
- Real Estate Financial Analysis Using Excel
- Understanding ARGUS
- User Cost of Occupancy Analysis
The best teachers of commercial real estate investment principles are experienced and successful commercial real estate practitioners. CCIM was founded on that tenet, and our instructors remain a central part of the CCIM experience. Since they are practicing commercial real estate professionals and CCIM designees, our instructors are able to relate course concepts to your real-world business questions. Through dedicated education and training, they teach methodologies that propel CCIM students ahead of the competition.
Carl G. Russell, CCIM, SIOR
Carl Russell is a specialist in investment analysis with the Commercial-Investment Division of George J. Smith & Son, RealtorsÂ®, in Milford, Connecticut, and offers his clients more than 35 years of experience in the field of real estate.
Carl is a graduate from Boston University with a B.S. in Business Administration, and a major in accounting. He holds a Masters in Business Administration from Lehigh University with a major in International Trade and Finance.
Carl is a senior instructor for the CCIM designation courses. He was selected as Instructor of the Year in 1996, and received in 1997 the prestigious Victor L. Lyon Award for his contributions to the CCIM education program. In addition to teaching for the CCIM Institute, Carl is an Assistant Adjunct Professor of Real Estate at New York University.
Carl has a BS degree in Business Administration from Boston University and an MBA in International Trade and Finance from Lehigh University.
A native of New Haven, Carl resides in Orange, Connecticut, with his wife and two sons.
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