Georgia 36-Hour CE Package: Real Estate Valuation Topics
Strength in pricing real property is a huge benefit for your clients. The understanding of real estate valuation and the ability to establish accurate estimated value is crucial to your success in real estate. This 36-hour package meets all the requirements for real estate license renewal in Georgia.
Courses included are:
Commercial Finance and Investment Analysis (6 hrs.)
Pricing Property to Sell (6 hrs.)
Sales Comparison Approach (6 hrs.)
Cost Approach Overview (6 hrs.)
Income Capitalization Approach (6 hrs.)
Prequalifying your Buyers in Todays Market (3 hrs.)
Gain insight into how the sales comparison approach to valuation works. This course takes a step-by-step look at the approach. Additionally, this course covers the process for data collections as well as different ways that adjustments can be estimated. Example problems help students to better retain and apply the information.
Which laws affect commercial real estate? This course answers that by covering commercial transactions, the ownership of commercial real estate and the federal laws that real estate agencies are required to abide by. Topics included are tenancy, foreclosures, contracts, easements, deeds, agency, zoning, estates, liens, restrictions, leases, court decisions and title transfers. This is a perfect elective for those looking …
A fundamental overview of writing contracts for real estate, this course is an excellent introduction or review of various types of contracts including tips for each. Topics included are legal descriptions, help with the wording for the method of payment sections, special stipulations, how to present offers, and also problems for which you should be on the lookout.
Leases can be a huge source of commission for agents looking to pursue commercial real estate. This course offers the need-to-know information for the 3 major types of commercial leases: office, retail and industrial. Highlights include: major negotiation points, how to determine rent based on formulas, and technical concerns exclusive to industrial leases