Through a generous sponsorship from BB&T Bank, PAWV and the National Trust for Historic Preservation have organized for the National Development Council to bring the first of its two-part Historic Real Estate Finance Professional Certification series to Fairmont – May 8 – 12, 2017.
Entitled HRE247, this five-day intensive course offers a step-by-step look at the real estate development process from the perspective of lenders, developers and investors.
Through case studies taken from real projects, participants analyze real estate development projects—retail, office, residential, mixed-use—using the rates of return required by lenders, developers, and investors, and determine the appropriate amount of public sector financing needed to make projects feasible.
Public sector financing tools and techniques (including Rehabilitation Tax Credits), which are designed to attract, leverage, and complement private financing, are utilized to maximize equity while minimizing the amount of public investment. Specific topics include:
- The real estate financing process,
- Capitalization rate,
- Measuring equity attracted and cash-on-cash rate of return,
- Quantifying the financing gap, and
The course will be May 8 – 12, 2017 at the Falcon Center on Fairmont State University’s campus.
The cost of registration is $250.00.
Contact PAWV at firstname.lastname@example.org for a special discount code.
Register today at https://nationaldevelopmentcouncil.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=1364&pk=797371
Dormitory lodging on Fairmont State University campus is available for $11/night. There will be access to a bathroom and kitchenette. You will need to bring your own bedding, towels, and toiletriest. Contact Danielle LaPresta at email@example.com or by calling 304-345-6005 to secure this option by April 23.
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