Who should attend
- Professionals with financial or operational responsibility for real estate, investments, or financing
- People working for (or aspiring to work for) real estate funds, REITs, real estate developers, or real estate advisory firms
- Asset management professionals
About the course
Successful commercial real estate developers are master coordinators, working with multiple counterparts every step of the way to create and maximize value through real estate projects. To do this, they use a thoughtful, organized process—regardless of project size. This course offers a deep dive into the crucial early stages of that process. Using analytical tools and case studies, you will learn how to align your development vision—and subsequent decisions—with industry cycles, municipal objectives and regulations, market and site characteristics, and projected financial feasibility.
- Aligning your project strategy and decision making with real estate cycles, municipal objectives, and market realities.
- Using analytical tools to determine appropriate project location, site, use, and size.
- Determining the financial feasibility of your project by analyzing potential revenues, expenses, and financing costs.
Lecturer, The Hotel School, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Brad Wellstead has gathered several careers on his way to becoming a faculty member at The Hotel School. In 1983, he graduated from the Cornell School of Architecture, Art and Planning and worked as an architect for several years ...
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