Money and property; Financing & developing property; Investing in property
Comparing cashflow from real estate and infrastructure investment projects; Valuing offices in different locations; Comparing the performance of different property sectors in a range of international markets...
... the financial structure of a real estate investment; Evaluation of legal issues; Comparison of buy-to-let and buy-to-sell real estate return; Synthetic property investment comparison with real estates; Comparison of international portfolios
In-house training can save you money
A huge amount of money has and will continue to be made in real estate investments. However, it is no secret that this industry has been hit hard by the global financial crisis and as a result it has become more and more difficult to maximise the opportunities out there. These challenges mean that real estate investment and financing has changed beyond recognition. Now, financing and investing in property is one of the most difficult games in town. Therefore it is crucial to keep up with the current market changes and challenges to ensure you can exploit the opportunities that are still out there.
This course has been designed to do help you do just that, providing a practical and comprehensive introduction to the subject. Drawing on the trainer’s global experience it provides you with a full background of the financial aspects of commercial and residential real estate in terms of how to calculate returns, how it is financed and how to analyse leases successfully, to invest and sell profitably.