Learn how to evaluate the financial and strategic merits of real estate developments
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This full-day in-class course is designed for introductory to intermediate-level real estate development professionals. The course provides participants with the analytical theory and practical tools needed to appropriately evaluate the financial feasibility of complex value added and opportunistic real estate investments, with particular emphasis on GTA developments. This includes speculative land, land development, and commercial and residential rehabilitation and development for all major property types: office, industrial, retail, multifamily and mixed-use.
Accounting, risk management, taxation, capital markets and organizational issues influencing the financial viability of these real estate projects will also be considered and discussed.
Aly Damji, EVP, Investments and Asset Management, Hullmark Asset Management Ltd.
Hugh Clark, EVP, Development, Allied Properties REIT
AGENDA: 8:30 to 8:50 am - Sign-in | 9:00 am to 4:30 pm - Course Instruction
(Continental breakfast plus lunch will be provided)
VENUE: Ivey Donald K. Johnson Centre, 130 King St. West, Toronto
FEES: Click the tab above
Read about the 6-Step Certificate Program: Commercial Real Estate Studies of Toronto (CREST)
CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY: Cancellations with request for a refund must be in writing and received via email by May 6, 2019. Please send requests to Brynne Wrigley: firstname.lastname@example.org. Refunds are not available after May 6.
Note to members who selected the discounted five-course option with registration for the March 21 Leasing Course: Given that the discounted fee was an incentive for attending all five courses, refunds are not available for your first cancellation in the series of courses. If cancelling for this course, please inquire with Brynne Wrigley, email@example.com, about the no-charge option to defer participation to the next cycle of courses in 2020.
To inquire into previously earned NAIOP course credits, please reach out directly to Brynne Wrigley.