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Brief overview of types of loans available in the marketplace: Conventional – with recourse Institutional Lending/CMBS – without recourse Hard Money lending Government Lending SBA 7a 504 USDA Important Note: Webinar will focus on Conventional Financing with recourse Property Types: Investment Owner Occupied Loan Packa
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- Proposed Ward Center Course
Proposed Ward Center Course Writing Skills for the Real Estate Practitioner Course Objective: Introduce key concepts common to effective business writing, with an emphasis on written work that focus es on market and/or financial analysis in a real estate context. Course Delivery: Online spanning four (4) weeks, co
Brand You is about breaking bonds and creating unmistakable value-added “products” ( projects! ) for identifiable “customers.” The products/projects become “braggables.” The customers become Clients/Co-conspirators-for-Cool/Raving Fans/Word-of-Mouth-Cheerleading-References. INESCAPABLE WHITE COLLAR REVOLUTION Form your
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The following is a list of Education Policies and Program Guidance. Students are strongly encouraged to use a PC for all online and hybrid. See Student Technology Requirements for additional technology requirements. If you have questions about these policies or
- The Comprehensive Exam
The Portfolio of Qualifying Experience is a standardized means for candidates to verify the quality of their work as commercial investment professionals and to document having achieved at least the minimum level of experiences required to qualify for the CCIM
- Market Trends
Debt rises with banks holding the most | Amenities in industrial facilities | The continued appeal of grocery-anchored shopping centers | Vertical care for seniors | Growth in office asking rates | Netflix's growing investment in property and equipment assets | Apartment demand high in 2Q19
- Sunny With a Few Clouds
CCIM Institute Chief Economist KC Conway shares his CRE capital markets outlooks for 2020. The forecast for commercial real estate markets in 2020 is promising, but investment will require sophistication to avoid potential pitfalls.
- Deal Makers
Jeremy G. Woods, CCIMSummit Realty Group,Indianapolis $25 MILLION INDUSTRIAL LEASE IN PLAINFIELD, IND.Jeremy G. Woods, CCIM, and two partners represented Belkin International in the 10 year, more than $25M lease of a 798,096 sf distribution facility in Plainfield, Ind. from
- Preparing to Negotiate
This interactive course introduces you to
a proven negotiations process using the CCIM Interest-based
Negotiations Model. This model, customized to the commercial real estate
environment, presents you with concepts, interactive practice
opportunities and quizzes, as well as a scenario-based practice exercise
throughout the course.
- Commercial Loan Underwriting
Bank examiners are looking for thorough analysis to support commercial real estate loan decisions. To ensure a strong loan portfolio, commercial real estate underwriters need an in-depth understanding of asset performance early in the acquisition process. This case study-driven course provides the models and analytics that allow lenders and investors facing underwriting decisions to remove uncertainty, quantify risk, and determine a project’s viability.
- New Year, New CIRE
In debut of the redesigned CIRE, hear about the 2020 captial markets outlook, opportunities in the cannabis market, a legislative update, the impact of 5G on CRE, how to successfully prospect, and more.
- Clone of Resources: Public Policy
Legislative news and bulletins Right here in the Newscenter. Capitol Hill visits Save the date for Capitol Hill Visit April 10, 2013. The orientation will be on April 9, 2013. CCIM and IREM members will lobby their federal congressional
- Legacy Buildings: Raze, Rehab, or Repurpose?
Strong demand for space in the industrial market is helping mask growing challenges emerging with functional obsolescence of older buildings. Although a clear pricing differential exists across newer Class A industrial versus older B
- Preparing for a Cooling Economy
Leverage your real estate portfolio for an eventual downturn in the market and economy.
- Financial Modeling for Real Estate Development
modeling for the real estate developer can be quite different from financial
modeling for an existing improved commercial property. In this two-hour class,
we will build several financial models using Excel that are valuable in
analyzing a potential real estate development project. During the course,
students will be able to:
building Excel financial models to reinforce the calculations and their
underlying development concepts.
This two-hour online course is for real estate professionals
who want more information regarding site selection issues and other strategies
involved in corporate decision making process, this course will examine network
strategies, location selection involving supply chain and final execution
details including negotiation of real estate incentives.
- Improve Retail Investment Return Using GIS
Learn a more effective process for
acquiring existing retail properties and maximize the return on
investment. This course uses the latest GIS tools including BAO
(Business Analyst Online) and ARCGis. Upon completion of this course you
will be able to delineate primary and secondary trade areas for various retail type stores, perform gap analyses for various retail properties, analyze consumer retail expenditure patterns and lifestyle data, improve maps with traffic counts and annotations, establish minimum demographic benchmarks to measure feasibility, develop before and after tax financial proformas, and price existing improved retail properties.
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- Capitalizing on Tax Reform
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act represents an opportunity for the commercial real estate industry and its investors to make more-informed decisions and leverage new mechanisms to optimize their investment strategy. Join Ronald Levitt and Brad Sklar, noted tax and corporate attorneys with Sirote & Permutt, PC, who will review how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will impact the commercial real estate industry. They'll focus on: the impact of new and lower tax rates; how the new deduction for passthrough entities may impact real estate professionals, how 1031 like-kind exchanges will be taxed; new limitations on the deductibility of losses; new rules regarding accelerated expensing, depreciation, or amortization of asset purchases; and how all of these and other issues may impact choice of entity decisions.
- CI 102: Market Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate
One of CCIM’s most innovative core courses, CI
102 shows you how to deploy “big data” and the most advanced digital tools to
assess critical issues like market demand, location facility, and supply-chain
strategy. CI 102 students have learned BAO mapping and data analytics to help
their clients select store locations; others used Tapestry Segmentation to
determine demand for apartment properties. In CI 102 you’ll work with four case
studies covering each of the major property types: office, industrial,
multifamily, and retail.
- Capitalizing on Opportunity Zones and Section 199A
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act presents robust opportunities for commercial real estate professionals and investors to save taxes. Join Evan Liddiard, Director of Federal Tax Policy and Erin Stackley, Senior Representative, Commercial Legislative Policy, of the National Association of REALTORS, who will review how the new Opportunity Zone program and the Section 199A deduction for pass-through entities and the self-employed may impact your after-tax income. Proposed guidance from the Treasury Department for both the Opportunity Zone program and the Section 199A deduction have now been released. This webinar will examine which questions these rules answered and what issues are still outstanding.