Corporate Finance in Commercial Real Estate
This course is a study of the decision-making process by financial management in a corporate environment. It includes an examination of the costs of capital, capital pricing methods, and applications of net present value in business and valuation decisions. Review the factors involved in the issuance of capital stock, the role of venture capital, initial public offerings, investment banking, application of the option pricing theory, warrants and convertible securities, and corporate dividend policies. Also covered are corporate, foreign, and Eurobonds and debt financing in general. The roles of the public equity and debt markets to real estate pricing and finance also are discussed.
You'll Walk Away with
- An understanding of the role of corporate financial management as it applies to commercial real estate
- The ability to assess the important components of the capital stock and its deployment in commercial real estate
- Knowledge of option price theory for public equity and debt financing
- Working professionals with an interest in the tools and techniques of corporate finance and their application to commercial real estate
- Members of the CRE Finance Council (CREFC)