Georgia 36-Hour CE Package: Commercial Real Estate Topics
Commercial real estate is drastically different than the residential real estate market. This 7 course/ 36 hour package is specifically designed for Georgia licensed commercial agents or those agents to satisfy their continuing education requirements or any residential agents who would like to expand their expertise in and understanding of the commercial real estate market. Commercial Real Estate Topics package meets all the renewal requirements for the state of Georgia.
Courses included are:
Commercial Leases (6 hrs.)
Commercial Finance and Investment Analysis (6 hrs.)
Commercial Sales and Exchanges (6 hrs.)
Structuring Ownership in Commercial Real Estate (6 hrs.)
Thinking about “going green?” The prevalence of green home construction continues to expand in the U.S. Don't you want to have a better understanding of this market? This course covers various topics in both sustainable design and green home construction including waste management, lot shopping, special safety applications, site work, and building material choices.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Settlement Statement is very intensive and complicated. This course walks the student through its completion in detail. Students will enjoy the discussion of different calculations needed to properly complete the form accurately.
Learn all the steps included in the income approach to home and property valuation. This course dives into how to estimate rates of capitalization as well as income and expenses. Highlights include coverage of yield capitalization and direct capitalization as well as multiple examples designed specifically to help students better absorb and fully comprehend the material covered.
Using a hands-on approach to understanding valuation of a property from a cost approach standpoint, this course helps students learn by walking through various examples as the study material progresses. This course focuses on the various methods for estimating cost as well as calculating depreciation.