Real Estate Finance and Investment
- Offered In-Person and Online
- Taught by Industry Experts
- Provides Knowledge to Advance Your Career
Whether you are just starting out or you are an established finance and investment industry professional, these courses cover a broad range of topics such as real estate property valuation including direct and yield capitalization; the proforma income statement; real estate financial analysis; real estate financial modeling; real estate finance and debt instruments; underwriting techniques; real estate capital markets; real estate investment decision analysis; private equity and institutional real estate finance; real estate portfolio management; and taxation. Learn about the Certificate in Real Estate Investment. Note: Registering at least two weeks prior to the start of the course date is highly recommended. Popular classes fill up quickly and more specialized classes need sufficient enrollment.
This Spring, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
Explore strategies and techniques used, as well as practical issues encountered, when conducting real estate investment in global markets.
Learn about private equity investors and their motivations and private structures, as well as the landscape for private equity real estate.
Learn how to analyze a deal while applying the concepts learned in previous courses to specific real estate transactional situations.
This course examines the methods employed in both strategic and tactical value-enhancement decision-making for commercial real estate.
This course identifies the sources of debt and equity capital for CRE and the vehicles by which this capital is delivered to the property markets.
This course is a study of the decision-making process by financial management in a corporate environment.
This course is designed to address the disruptions to commercial real estate from technology by using economics, finance, and data.
The course will address whether long-term economic forces that lead to density and urbanization will prevail over short-term economic fluctuations.
This course examines the evolution in theory and practice of economic development concepts, programs, and projects in cities, particularly New York.
This course provides an introduction to the income, market, and cost approaches to commercial real estate.