RE6009 Commercial Real Estate Appraisal Process

Instructor: Mark Polon

RE6009 Commercial Real Estate Appraisal Process

Instructor: Mark Polon

This course explores the process of appraising commercial real estate, including the production of a site analysis, and the performance of financial operations for appraisal and valuation. Through this, you will discover how a wide range of factors can have financial implications on value, funding strategies, and asset selection. This course aims to enhance the decision making process through the practice of systematic and logical multi-factorial analysis application.

Key Outcomes

Lecture 1 - Nature, Importance, and Principles of Property Valuation

Lecture 2 - Importance of Cost, Price, Income, and Market

Lecture 3 - The Relevance of Geospatial Data

Lecture 4 - The Importance of Site Analysis

Lecture 5 - Income and Expense Forecasting

Lecture 6 - Mathematics of Valuation

Lecture 7 - Mathematics of Valuation Part 2

Lecture 8 - Comparable Sales Approach

Lecture 9 - Residual Techniques and Band of Investment

Lecture 10 - Making the Final Valuation Decision

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