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Practice Test Bank for Commercial Real Estate Analysis and Investments by Geltner 2nd Edition
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Explaining the Four Quadrant Model by Miller
The space and capital markets are connected in the context of commercial real estate. This ties in with the Geltner Miller Commercial RE book but can be used on it's own.
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Course Trailer | MIT SA+P Commercial Real Estate Analysis and Investment
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MIT CRE 2011 Real Estate Symposium - David Geltner on Derivatives 1 of 3
MIT Center for Real Estate Professor David Geltner gives a speech on real estate derivatives. The speech was conducted at the Alumni Association for the Center for Real Estate (AACRE) on April 1, 2011. Visit http://www.mitcrealumni.org for information about the Alumni Association and http://web.mit.edu/cre/ for information about the Center for Real Estate.
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By  Design: Purchasing Commercial Real Estate
Dr. Chasteen talks to Robert Riemenschneider a commercial real estate broker about the various aspects of commercial real estate purchase by a dentist. Orig. air date: APR 8 81
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MIT CRE 2011 Real Estate Symposium - David Geltner on Derivatives 3 of 3
MIT Center for Real Estate Professor David Geltner gives a speech on real estate derivatives. The speech was conducted at the Alumni Association for the Center for Real Estate (AACRE) on April 1, 2011. Visit http://www.mitcrealumni.org for information about the Alumni Association and http://web.mit.edu/cre/ for information about the Center for Real Estate.
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Commercial Real Estate Analysis And Investments
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What does the future hold for the real estate industry? MIT MSRED faculty and industry partners discuss trends in technology, sustainability, and globalization.
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"Investment Property" Real Estate Market Cycles
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Real Estate Luminaries Series
As part of its Real Estate Luminaries Series, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business will host "Commercial Real Estate Investment: Opportunity in an Economic Recovery."
Real Estate Finance and Investments - A Must-Read Real Estate Book
Dr. Peter Linneman's book Real Estate Finance and Investments Risks and Opportunities is an invaluable resource for any real estate investor. Real Estate Finance and Investments Risks and Opportunities by Peter Linneman (on Amazon) https://amzn.to/2NOiilt Interview with Peter Linneman https://youtu.be/5wlWVEDHaLw Linneman Associates http://www.linnemanassociates.com Find me online: Website: http://erezcohen.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheErezCohen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheErezCohen Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheErezCohen About this video: I continually find myself referring back to Dr. Peter Linneman's book Real Estate Finance and Investments Risks and Opportunities. It is an invaluable resource for any real estate investor. Dr. Linneman was not only a professor at The Wharton School, but he is also an active real estate investor. Dr. Linneman and co-author Bruce Kirsch give a great overview of real estate finance and real estate investing. A colleague of mine gave me a copy of the book early in my career and later I had the opportunity to be Peter Linneman's teaching assistant and research assistant. The book contains his experiences in the real estate industry. Topics covered: land investments, residential investments, commercial investments, private real estate, public real estate, REITs, how much to borrow, when to borrow, the importance of pro forma analysis. The book is used at The Wharton School and 80 other universities around the world.
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MIT CRE 2011 Real Estate Symposium - David Geltner on Derivatives 2 of 3
MIT Center for Real Estate Professor David Geltner gives a speech on real estate derivatives. The speech was conducted at the Alumni Association for the Center for Real Estate (AACRE) on April 1, 2011. Visit http://www.mitcrealumni.org for information about the Alumni Association and http://web.mit.edu/cre/ for information about the Center for Real Estate.
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MIT Professional Certificate Real Estate Finance and Development
Recent global developments, coupled with economic conditions, have demonstrated that one cannot understand financial markets and the economy without understanding real estate markets and underwriting real estate risk. The Professional Certificate in Real Estate Finance and Development provides an unparalleled opportunity for professionals and executives to obtain state-of-the-art insights and skills about the key factors and investment strategies driving real estate markets. By joining our professional program, you will further your understanding of the real estate development process. Our real estate professional courses will provide real value to a global audience of executives and knowledge-thirsty professionals, and will provide training opportunities for large organizations seeking to educate and inspire their most talented employees.
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Keynote Address: Commercial Real Estate in the Future
NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate presents the 42rd Annual Conference on Capital Markets in Real Estate. November 19th, 2010
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This video clip explains Exhibit 15-2 on page 349 of Geltner et al.'s (2014) book about commercial real estate analysis. It explains the understanding of the table and shows the process of calculating key concepts.
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If You Had $100 Million To Invest
Real Estate Finance and Investments: Risks and Opportunities, Fifth Edition, by Peter Linneman PhD and Bruce Kirsch
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Real Estate Investment Risk Management
Alegria Rental Homes provides quality rental homes to responsible tenants nation-wide. This video provides information on how Alegria maximizes returns, while minimizing the risk associated with investing in single family rental housing nation-wide. Specifically, the presented goes over what specific investment criteria will enable you to minimize your risk, particularly helpful for part-time out-of-state investors.
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Example of Debt Finance of Commercial Real Estate
HIS Capital Group Board of Advisor, Gary Tharp explains the example of debt finance problem. Gary also addresses that attitude toward the facts is important when things are not going as you planed. Considering starting out in commercial real estate investing or if you are a seasoned veteran there is something here for everyone. Look over our shoulder and learn insider information that is timely, current, and essential to the successful investor from some the most successful professionals working daily in the commercial property market. Rick Melero and his advisory team at HIS Capital Group, LLC will guide your through all the important aspects of commercial property investing; from determining the values of a property, to commercial lease negotiations, to raising capital for your project. Find out more of what we love help our investors with at http://www.hiscapitalgroup.com Commercial Real Estate is a profession requiring full time dedication and intelligent insight, the kind of insight and professional information you're going to gain here with our video education collection. Make sure to subscribe for more upcoming videos or consider getting our investors reports by calling us at 877-452-6569. If you are a real estate agent or proffesional investor in commercial properties you will find our entire series a wealth of information found in our playlist here; https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvn7orgwk8j8VdvrP0vqdbMracsIFWCUO
Description of the impact of real estate on people from the perspective of graduates and faculty in MIT's Master of Science in Real Estate Development Program (MSRED)
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Vanguard Global ex US Real Estate ETF
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Atlanta Georgia Commercial Real Estate Lawyers - Hartman Simons & Woods LLP
Commercial Real Estate http://www.hartmansimons.com/ Hartman Simons & Wood LLP is a law firm of commercial real estate experts. We're Atlanta-based with a national reach, and we bring to our clients a deep expertise crossing the disciplines that make up commercial real estate. We are committed to providing clients with excellent representation in the following legal areas: Commercial leasing, Commercial development, Construction and sustainable development, Corporate and business entities, Creditor's rights and bankruptcy, Environmental, Finance and investment, Land use and government relations, Litigation, Distressed property, workouts and restructuring.
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When will real estate transaction volume return to normal?
The pricing gap between buyers and sellers is shrinking. Professor David Geltner of MIT's Center for Real Estate explains why and what this means for deal volume.
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Property Investment and Finance
Adding data tables and charts to a DCF model is demonstrated for Excel.
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MIT 2013 International Real Estate Development Competition
The 2013 MIT International Real Estate Development Competition in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Real Estate Training - MIT's- Most Important Things to do
MIT's- Most Important Thing http://play.simpletruths.com/movie/eat-that-frog-v/?cm_mmc=CheetahMail-_-FR-_-07.27.12-_-FROGmovie-USCAXX-&utm_source=CheetahMail&utm_campaign=FROGmovie See more about Prudential Americana at http://www.realestatecareerlv.com/
(AT) Real Estate Bid Rent Function: Commuting Cost & Income Affect Housing Demand
www.saseassociates.com In this video, we will consider the effects that changes in commuting costs and changes in income have upon the demand for real estate in an urban area. Though the bid-rent curve can be modeled alternatively with a quadratic function or topological algebra, we will use the standard negative exponential rent- density function introduced by Professor Edwin Mills and other pioneers in this field. Let’s present our two basic considerations: An increase in household income affects the slope of the residential bid-rent function. Generally, the square footage of real estate rented is directly related to income. However, the optimal distance from the Central Business District (CBD) may vary due to other factors. In addition, commuting costs will impact the bid-rent function. A higher elasticity of commuting cost compared to the income elasticity of demand for land leads to a steeper bid-rent function as income rises. Commuting costs in themselves are a matter of both time-cost and physical-cost. This steepening of the bid-rent curve suggests that as income increases, residents may prefer to move closer to the CBD due to the relative value of the time-cost or move further out as other amenities take precedence. For example, many high-income individuals prefer to reside in central Manhattan close to Central Park or locate further away in the Hamptons on the eastern end of Long Island. Nevertheless, we generally expect bid-rent functions to be concave outward, away from the origin. This may explain why the negative exponential function has been agreeable to use by urban economists for decades. With this or similar models, we assume that the horizontal axis represents the distance from point zero at the City Centre (CBD) and that the vertical axis represents the Rent density as a function of the distance from the CBD. Therefore, we can express our bid-rent function as Rent equal to R(mu), a function of the distance mu miles from the City Centre. We may also consider in this model that Rent is a function of radial distance. The curvature of the function is affected by the commuting cost per mile (which in itself is determined by a number of other factors) and the quantity of land demanded by a household (which in turn is determined by various needs and wants). Therefore, we can express the slope of the bid-rent function as the first derivative taken in respect to the distance mu. This derivative can be identified as the inverse ratio of commuting cost to the quantity of land demanded. The slope of the bid-rent function is not constant. Rather, it decreases at a decreasing rate. This suggests that the individual values of t (commuting cost) and/or L (demand for land) as well as the ratio of t and L may vary with distance from the CBD. Generally, we assume that commuting cost t is a positive function of income such that as income increases, the preference for more comfortable and swifter transport offering greater privacy will be chosen. Likewise, the demand for land L is a positive function of income such that a greater quantity and quality will be chosen. Therefore, the ratio of these two functions will be negative with a rate of change that decreases at a decreasing rate as the radial distance from the City Centre increases.
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Yellen says prices `high' for stocks, commercial real estate
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AACRE CASE Competition Finals 2014
Hear the three finalist teams from The CASE—MIT's international graduate real estate competition— pitch their ideas on a major development site in the U.K. to distinguished judges in the industry and the public sector.
Grocery Anchored Shopping Centers for Institutional Investment?
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Master Class on "Be Ready when the next Real Estate Bubble Bursts" 15 May 2014 Dr. Patrick Lecomte
http://www.essec.fr | This Master Class embodies ESSEC's approach to Real Estate:strongly rooted in facts; employing innovation and forward-looking strategies to create value for investors and provide welfare for society. It presents an overview of the actions and policies implemented by Western and Asian economies following the collapse of the US residential mortgage market in 2007-2008. Seven years after the Global Financial Crisis first broke, where do we stand now? What have market authorities and property investors learnt? How can financial innovations such as property derivatives help deal with the intrinsic cyclicality of property markets? Combining an historic overview of property bubbles in modern times with state-of-the-art research, this Master Class introduces possible solutions to tackle the dark side of speculation in property markets.
The Best Distressed List: Knowledge at Wharton Real Estate Forum
Highlights of a panel interview at the recent Knowledge at Wharton Real Estate Forum.
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MIT CRE 2011 Real Estate Symposium - Third Panel, Part 1 of 4
Panel III -- Investing Across the Capital Structure- This panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities in investing across the capital structure in real estate, as well as a detailed perspective on some of the different vehicles and instruments employed. What is the current state of availability and demand for mezzanine and other subordinated capital financing? What are return expectations in 2011 for deals? How do they vary depending on the different investment vehicle employed? How have they changed since the financial crisis? Moderator- Amanda Strong, Colony Realty Panelists- James Chung -- Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Mike Dorsch -- Executive Vice President -- Investments, iStar Financial Edward Glickman -- President & COO, Pennsylvania REIT Scott Hileman -- Director, Real Estate, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP Jason Liu -- Managing Director, AmCap The panel was conducted at the Alumni Association for the Center for Real Estate (AACRE) on April 1, 2011. Visit http://www.mitcrealumni.org for information about the Alumni Association and http://web.mit.edu/cre/ for information about the Center for Real Estate.
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Real Estate Training - MIT's - Most Important Things
Real estate training By Mark Stark MIT's- Most Important Thing http://play.simpletruths.com/movie/eat-that-frog-v/?cm_mmc=CheetahMail-_-FR-_-07.27.12-_-FROGmovie-USCAXX-&utm_source=CheetahMail&utm_campaign=FROGmovie
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Georgetown MPS/RE Green Real Estate: A National Roundup - Norm Miller
This is the presentation of Norm Miller, Director, Real Estate Academic Programs and Professor of Real Estate, University of San Diego Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate; Vice President, Analytics, CoStar; and Editor-In-Chief, Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, San Diego, CA, at the post-Urban Land Institute Fall Meeting and Urban Land Expo 2010 after-conference: "Green Real Estate: A National Roundup" on the main campus of Georgetown University on October 15, 2010. Part of "Real Estate in Media" Project by Grant Danhausen, in collaboration with Charles Schilke and Jill Phaneuf.
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As the ‘King of Debt,’ Trump borrowed to build his empire. Then he began spending hundreds of milli
In the nine years before he ran for president, Donald Trump’s company spent more than $400 million in cash on new properties — including 14 transactions paid for in full, without borrowing from banks — during a buying binge that defied real estate industry practices and Trump’s own history as the self-described “King of Debt.” Trump’s vast outlay of cash, tracked through public records and totaled publicly here for the first time, provides a new window into the president’s private company, which discloses few details about its finances. It shows that Trump had access to far more cash than previously known, despite his string of commercial bankruptcies and the Great Recession’s hammering of the real estate industry. Why did the “King of Debt,” as he has called himself in interviews, turn away from that strategy, defying the real estate wisdom that it’s unwise to risk so much of one’s own money in a few projects? And how did Trump — who had money tied up in golf courses and buildings — raise enough liquid assets to go on this cash buying spree? From the outside, it is difficult to assess how much cash the Trump Organization has on hand. Eric Trump, a son of the president who helps manage the company, told The Washington Post that none of the cash used to purchase the 14 properties came from outside investors or from selling off major Trump Organization assets. Instead, Eric Trump said, the firm’s existing businesses — commercial buildings in New York, licensing deals for Trump-branded hotels and clothes — produced so much cash that the Trumps could tap that flow for spending money. “He had incredible cash flow and built incredible wealth,” Eric Trump said. “He didn’t need to think about borrowing for every transaction. We invested in ourselves.” He added: “It’s a very nice luxury to have.” The cash purchases began with a $12.6 million estate in Scotland in 2006. In the next two years, he snapped up two homes in Beverly Hills. Then five golf clubs along the East Coast. And a winery in Virginia. The biggest cash binge came last, in the year before Trump announced his run for president. In 2014, he paid a combined $79.7 million for large golf courses in Scotland and Ireland. Since then, those clubs have lost money while Trump renovated them, requiring him to pump in $164 million in cash to keep them running. Trump’s lavish spending came at a time when his business was leaning largely on one major financial institution for its new loans — Deutsche Bank, which provided $295 million in financing for big projects in Miami and Washington. Eric Trump said his father wasn’t forced to turn to a cash-heavy strategy. Trump could have borrowed more if he wanted, he said. But he had soured on borrowing in general, Eric Trump said, after contending with unpaid debts in the early 1990s. “Those lessons undoubtedly shaped his business approach and the conservative nature of how we conduct business today,” Eric Trump said. Real estate investors typically don’t buy big properties with their money alone. They find partners to invest and banks to lend alongside them. That allows the investors to amplify their buying power, and it increases the odds of earning higher returns. “For privately held real estate firms, basically they like to use as much debt as they can. The only brakes are put on by the lending institutions, who don’t want to lend too much,” said David Geltner, a professor of real estate finance at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Industry experts said avoiding loans can alleviate risk for real estate companies and allow them to maneuver more quickly. But they said that approach is typically undertaken by cash-rich investors that aren’t focused on maximizing the money they make off a property or by companies that aren’t trying to minimize their tax bills, because interest payments on mortgages are often tax-deductible. Companies that have trouble obtaining loans would also turn to cash, they noted. Particularly when pursuing major projects, private real estate firms usually borrow. “I still think at the end of the day, you want some debt,” said Ed Walter, a Georgetown University real estate professor and former chief executive of Host Hotels, which owns more than 100 hotels under various brands. Trump himself embraced that philosophy — extolling the virtues of borrowing big, even more enthusiastically than other real estate executives. Until, suddenly, he didn’t. To total up Trump’s cash payments in
Matthew E. Kahn's Lectures #5 and #6 on Green Real Estate at NUS
In September 2013, Matthew E. Kahn (UCLA) gave seven lectures on Green Real Estate at NUS in Singapore. These lectures were presented at the Department of Real Estate at NUS. This video presents lectures #5 and #6.
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