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WA 6.0 hours When Residential Agents Sell Investment Real Estate - Course Syllabus

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Course Syllabus:

6.0 Elective Hours.

Learn why when an investor or agent is looking at a single-family house as a rental property, a multifamily property, an office building, a retail property, an industrial building or a self-storage facility, the basics are the same.

Course Objective

Understanding the various ways users and investors look at real estate.

Recognizing common agent activities in investment real estate.

Recognizing the misconceptions about investment real estate business.

Understanding the differences between investment real estate and residential real estate.

What is a market area for investment real estate?

Recognizing that real estate is an imperfect market.

Learn how investors and users view the use of a square foot of space.

Describe the duties in user brokerage.

Describe the duties of an agent in an investor brokerage.

Understand the various activities in the development part of commercial and investment brokerage.

Explain the requirements relating to activities in mortgage brokerage.

Understand that commercial investment real estate agents could also be investors.

Understand how brokers and agents match activities with product types.

Understand that there are differing degrees of complexity among property types.

Understand residential investment properties.

Learning about the characteristics of residential properties.

Learn how residential properties are classified.

Understand office buildings.

Understand common classifications of office investment properties.

Learn how office space is measured.

An example area measurement.

Understanding retail properties.

Learn about the characteristics of retail properties.

Learn how retailers determine market area or trade area.

Understand the common classifications of retail investment properties.

Identify eight shopping center types.

Understanding industrial properties.

Determine the basic needs of a successful industrial investment property.

Understand the various ways to classify industrial buildings.

Determine why investors use financing.

Understanding amortized and interest only loans

Working with partially amortized and negatively amortized loans

Become familiar with two lender rules of thumb used in investment real estate.

Interaction between the Rules of Thumb

Understanding positive leverage

Understand negative leverage.

Understand Price vs. Value.

Use supply and demand to determine value.

Learn the importance of appraisals in commercial and investment real estate.

Describe the concept of Values in Commercial and Investment Real Estate.

Understand the concept of Highest and Best Use (HABU).

Determine the Appraisal Approaches to Market Value.

Learn the common investor rules of thumb found in the market place

Introducing the Cash Flow Model

Calculating the Cap Rate

Basic Cash Flow Analysis in C/I Real Estate

Introducing the Property Acquisition Form and the Annual Property Income Form

Operating Expenses

Net Operating Income and Cash on Cash

Introducing the Multiyear Cash Flow Form and the Sales Proceeds Form

Explain group ownership of commercial and investment real estate.

Learn how group investments often meet the need for pooling of resources.

Explain the three areas of activity in group investing.

Determine other considerations.

What are the long term relationships?

Describe the characteristics of general partnerships.

Describe the characteristics of limited partnerships.

Define the Limited Liability Company (LLC).

Define Corporations.

Define REIT (Real Estate Investment Trusts).

Explain a security.

Define the purpose of federal security regulations.

Scheduled Outage: July 22, 2017 7:00 - 7:15 EST