Real Estate and Construction Certificate in Commercial Real Estate Finance
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The Certificate in Commercial Real Estate Finance is a unique offering within the Schack Institute’s Executive Education division. This certificate is designed for the real estate industry through a partnership between the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council (CREFC) and the NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate. The certificate comprises eight (8) courses total: four (4) foundational courses and four (4) electives. The courses are offered within the Schack Institute’s executive education programming. The foundational courses provide learners with critical ideas in real estate finance and economics. The elective courses assist learners in exploring the changing landscape of real estate. Those interested in exploring the certificate can review the individual detailed course descriptions, found below.
This certificate is offered to active CREFC members only. If you would like to become a CREFC member, please visit the CREFC website to learn more about how to join. Membership status must be vetted through CREFC before registering for these courses.
The tuition per course is $550.
For questions about the certificate, email the NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You'll Walk Away With
- The knowledge of key policy issues and their impact on the economic analysis of real estate decision-making
- The ability to balance the potential for positive financial reward with concurrent exposure to risk and uncertainty in both single assets and portfolios of assets
- The skills of interaction in regards to volatility, risk, and asset diversification
- The knowledge of urban economics and exploration of high-density population areas and their corresponding infrastructures
- An introduction to appropriate data sources and techniques useful in analyzing and forecasting real estate demand and supply in different markets and for different asset classes
- The principles and instruments of real property and construction law, including contracts, development, ownership, and operations
- Methods employed in both strategic and tactical value enhancement decision-making for real estate
- The ability to identify sources of debt and lending risk and the economic advantages of scale