Commercial Real Estate Investment Class

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Commercial Real Estate Investment Class

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Real estate investing is highly rewarding if you learn how to select property properly and how to avoid pitfalls. This class is highly suitable for beginner to intermediate investors or a residential real estate agent who wants to become involved in working with investors of all types of investment property including multi-family, apartments, shopping centers, flex buildings, industrial, all classes of office, and single tenant net retail (STNL).  CalBRE Sponsor No. 5160

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Dates: Sept 24, Oct 1, 8, 15, 2016 (4x)

Time: 9am-12pm (*9am-1pm with CE credit)

Location: Saddelback College Community Education
                 Room Vil 1-19
                 Mission Viejo, CA 92692

 

This class compares commercial real estate to investments such as stocks, bonds, and residential income property.  Learn how to analyze the overall market, the economy, and the specific properties. Additional topics covered are the tax advantages of investment real estate and other advantages, including capital appreciation, leverage, future forecasting, and cash flow. The student will learn to calculate all of the important investment analytics such as return on investment (ROI), Cap rate, net present value (NPV), and internal rate of return (IRR).  Students will also learn the process of selecting, negotiating, performing due diligence, re-positioning, and managing your investment.  The instructor has superior credentials, is highly regarded, and has over 35 years of experience with all facets of real estate.  

Reference textbook: Essentials of Real Estate Investment, 10th ed. Real Estate Education Company, 2013 Author: David A Sirot

**Textbook will be available for $50 as an optional purchase first class. 

 

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This class compares commercial real estate to investments such as stocks, bonds, and residential income property.  Learn how to analyze the overall market, the economy, and the specific properties. Additional topics covered are the tax advantages of investment real estate and other advantages, including capital appreciation, leverage, future forecasting, and cash flow. The student will learn to calculate all of the important investment analytics such as return on investment (ROI), Cap rate, net present value (NPV), and internal rate of return (IRR).  Students will also learn the process of selecting, negotiating, performing due diligence, re-positioning, and managing your investment.  The instructor has superior credentials, is highly regarded, and has over 35 years of experience with all facets of real estate.  

Reference textbook: Essentials of Real Estate Investment, 10th ed. Real Estate Education Company, 2013 Author: David A Sirota