NEW MODULE ADDED!
This entry level course covers the fundamentals of commercial real estate administration, management, building systems, accounting and reporting, contract management, and more. It is perfect for those considering jobs as property managers, or those whose jobs interface with property managers, as well as industry new-comers and anyone who may have learned on the job and has training gaps.
This is the first course in BOMA's Asset Management Series. Topics in this course include: The Real Estate Asset Manager; Economic Impact on Real Estate Fundamentals and Lease Negotiations; Negotiating Strategies; Parties involved in the Lease Negotiation; Choosing a Brokerage Team; Deal Transaction Flow; Principal Lease Terms and Provisions; New Lease Case Study; and Value Creation at the Property Level.
Available in April 2017, this is the second course in BOMA's Asset Management Series. Topics in this course include: Measuring Asset Performance Using Financial Benchmarks, Economic and Marketplace Factors Impacting Value, Creating a Pro-Forma Cash Flow Analysis, Measuring Financial Return and Investment Analysis, Capital Markets, Leverage, and Asset Management Software.
The industrial sector is growing rapidly, thanks in part to the popularity and the expansion of the Panama Canal. While, on the surface, it may seem that managing industrial properties is similar to managing office or retail properties, operational characteristics and unique needs of industrials tenants require a real estate managers to develop a slightly different skill set.This new workshop will cover the basics of industrial property management within these six topics areas.
Building re-tuning is a systematic approach that property professionals can take to identify and correct small operational problems that lead to energy waste. The re-tuning process is designed to focus on no- and low-cost solutions that can be implemented in their buildings right away, without the need for costly capital improvements. During the process, property professionals make sure all regular maintenance has been done properly and is up-to-date. They also look closely at both the space and the equipment to check for any unnoticed maintenance issues, such as cracks or leaks, as well as less obvious problems, like an air gap.