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CI-102: Market Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate

  • 17 Nov 2014
  • 8:00 AM
  • 20 Nov 2014
  • 5:00 PM
  • RE/MAX Headquarters: 5075 S. Syracuse St., Denver, CO 80237

You can’t make intelligent real estate decisions without learning about the CCIM Strategic Analysis Model for investors, lenders, developers, brokers and other real estate professionals. Learn how financial analysis and market analysis are two separate, yet completely interrelated components of the strategic analysis process.

Work with four case studies covering each of the major property types: office, industrial, multi-family, and retail. Each case study will build around the CCIM Strategic Analysis Model, which contains four components: Market and Competitive Analysis, Political and Legal Analysis, Location and Site Analysis, and Financial Analysis.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Apply the CCIM Strategic Model to make a “go” or “no-go” investment decision.
  • Use state-of-the-art geospatial technology for analyses.
  • Examine real-world case studies of comprehensive analyses for each of the four major property types: office, industrial, residential, and retail.

Prerequisite: CI 101 – Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate

CCIM Certified Instructor
Bill Lawrence, CCIM

Bill joined Transwestern in 1998 and has over 34 years of experience in all aspects of the real estate industry. He has been directly responsible for land development, including the development of industrial, office, residential, and retail properties. Bill oversees the entitlement requirements for Transwestern’s proposed developments and has assumed asset management duties for various clients.

Prior to joining Transwestern, Bill directed the rezoning and master planning efforts of a 321-acre residential development. As vice president and regional manager of a national development company, he was responsible for the development of various retail, office, and industrial properties. His responsibilities included land acquisition, value analysis, project pro-formas, budgets, and project dispositions.

Bill’s experiences include serving as Receiver for national clients and  multi-national holdings.


LOCATION:
RE/MAX World Headquarters
5075 S Syracuse St.
Denver, CO 80237
(Escalator to lower level)

I-25 to Belleview Ave., Go East, Get in Left lane immediately.

First possible Left on Syracuse St. Bldg. is on the Left behind Woody Creek Bakery

Free parking in garage.

A NOTE ABOUT TRAFFIC:
If you are traveling in from Northern Colorado (North of 120th and I-25), the traffic in the morning can be exhausting and unpredictable.  My suggestion would be to take E-470 from I-25 (just South of Highway 7) all the way around to where it connects again with I-25, just South of Dry Creek. Once you are back on I-25 go North just a few exits to Belleview.  It may sound like you will be going out of your way, but it is worth it.  From the North onramp of E-470 to RE/MAX, you can predict a maximum of 50 minutes.  If you take I-25 straight through it will take an hour minimum, but could take up to two hours depending on accidents or just everyday congestion.  Light Rail is still 3 years away up North!!

AIRPORT
DIA is only 30 minutes away if you use E-470, which is highly recommended if you are catching a flight after the course on Thursday.  If your flight out on Thursday is after 6:30 PM you should be able to make it with no issues.

HOTEL SUGGESTIONS FOR OUT OF TOWN STUDENTS:

MARRIOTT DTC – If you have made reservations elsewhere, you might check into changing to this one!
4900 S. Syracuse St.
Denver, CO 80237
(Most convenient - In the same parking lot as RE/MAX HQ!!)
303-779-1100

HYATT Place
8300 Crescent Parkway
Englewood, CO 80112
(303) 804-0700

ONSITE DAILY AMENITIES:
Coffee/Juice/Soda
Bagels/Muffins/Yogurt

SPECIAL AMENITIES:
Lunch will be provided on Monday and Thursday. 

CO/WY Chapter Sponsored Happy Hour on Tuesday Night at Cool River Café, across the street – Relax with a couple of drinks and some appetizers before things get too intense!

AGENDA:
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM          Registration
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM          Course

Please plan your travel time accordingly so that you have time to park, get settled in the classroom, and grab a bite to eat, before we begin promptly at 8:30 AM.

(There will be breaks throughout the day to check email.)

WHAT TO BRING:

  • Laptop or IPAD with the power cables
  • Sweater or Jacket – sometimes A/C can get a little chilly this time of year
  • Be prepared to engage. This course has heavy group activities, and your willingness to participate will make the difference as to what you get out of it.
  • Try to stay focused and use break time to check your emails and texts. 

TESTING:

All testing is online after the course.  Testing and CU credit information will be provided during the course by your Instructor.  If you run into problems when taking your online course, you must call the CCIM Institute at (800) 621-7027, or +1-312-321-4460 during normal business hours CMT.  For this reason, it is not recommended that you wait until the last minute to take your exam, or that you take your exam after business hours.

EMERGENCY CONTACT:

Jodi Holstein, the CO/WY CCIM Executive Director, will be assisting with the facilitation of the course, and will be onsite to begin the class daily.  If you need to reach her in the morning, prior to the class, please call: 720-206-7746.

Bill Lawrence  
Senior Vice President
MN-LG-LS-DN

TRANSWESTERN ROLE

Bill oversees development services, construction management and asset services for Transwestern in the Mountain and Western regions.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Bill joined Transwestern in 1998 and has over 34 years of experience in all aspects of the real estate industry. He has been directly responsible for land development, including the development of industrial, office, residential, and retail properties. Bill oversees the entitlement requirements for Transwestern’s proposed developments and has assumed asset management duties for various clients.
 
Prior to joining Transwestern, Bill directed the rezoning and master planning efforts of a 321-acre residential development. As vice president and regional manager of a national development company, he was responsible for the development of various retail, office, and industrial properties. His responsibilities included land acquisition, value analysis, project pro-formas, budgets, and project dispositions.
 
Bill’s experiences include serving as Receiver for national clients and  multi-national holdings.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS/RECOGNITION

Bill is an active member of the following organizations:

  • Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), Colorado/Wyoming Chapterundefinedmember and past president
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Colorado Chapterundefinedmember and past president
  • Institute of Real Estate ManagementundefinedCertified Property Manager (CPM®)

EDUCATION

Bill obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Louisville and a Master of Science degree from Southern Illinois University. He is a senior instructor for CCIM courses “Introduction to Commercial Investment Real Estate,” “Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate,” and “Market Analysis of Industrial Real Estate.”
- See more at: http://www.transwestern.net/About/Pages/Bio.aspx?email=Bill.Lawrence@transwestern.com#sthash.XICgyZe6.dpuf
Bill Lawrence  
Senior Vice President
MN-LG-LS-DN

TRANSWESTERN ROLE

Bill oversees development services, construction management and asset services for Transwestern in the Mountain and Western regions.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Bill joined Transwestern in 1998 and has over 34 years of experience in all aspects of the real estate industry. He has been directly responsible for land development, including the development of industrial, office, residential, and retail properties. Bill oversees the entitlement requirements for Transwestern’s proposed developments and has assumed asset management duties for various clients.
 
Prior to joining Transwestern, Bill directed the rezoning and master planning efforts of a 321-acre residential development. As vice president and regional manager of a national development company, he was responsible for the development of various retail, office, and industrial properties. His responsibilities included land acquisition, value analysis, project pro-formas, budgets, and project dispositions.
 
Bill’s experiences include serving as Receiver for national clients and  multi-national holdings.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS/RECOGNITION

Bill is an active member of the following organizations:

  • Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), Colorado/Wyoming Chapterundefinedmember and past president
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Colorado Chapterundefinedmember and past president
  • Institute of Real Estate ManagementundefinedCertified Property Manager (CPM®)

EDUCATION

Bill obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Louisville and a Master of Science degree from Southern Illinois University. He is a senior instructor for CCIM courses “Introduction to Commercial Investment Real Estate,” “Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate,” and “Market Analysis of Industrial Real Estate.”
- See more at: http://www.transwestern.net/About/Pages/Bio.aspx?email=Bill.Lawrence@transwestern.com#sthash.XICgyZe6.dpuf
Bill Lawrence  
Senior Vice President
MN-LG-LS-DN

TRANSWESTERN ROLE

Bill oversees development services, construction management and asset services for Transwestern in the Mountain and Western regions.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Bill joined Transwestern in 1998 and has over 34 years of experience in all aspects of the real estate industry. He has been directly responsible for land development, including the development of industrial, office, residential, and retail properties. Bill oversees the entitlement requirements for Transwestern’s proposed developments and has assumed asset management duties for various clients.
 
Prior to joining Transwestern, Bill directed the rezoning and master planning efforts of a 321-acre residential development. As vice president and regional manager of a national development company, he was responsible for the development of various retail, office, and industrial properties. His responsibilities included land acquisition, value analysis, project pro-formas, budgets, and project dispositions.
 
Bill’s experiences include serving as Receiver for national clients and  multi-national holdings.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS/RECOGNITION

Bill is an active member of the following organizations:

  • Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), Colorado/Wyoming Chapterundefinedmember and past president
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Colorado Chapterundefinedmember and past president
  • Institute of Real Estate ManagementundefinedCertified Property Manager (CPM®)

EDUCATION

Bill obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Louisville and a Master of Science degree from Southern Illinois University. He is a senior instructor for CCIM courses “Introduction to Commercial Investment Real Estate,” “Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate,” and “Market Analysis of Industrial Real Estate.”
- See more at: http://www.transwestern.net/About/Pages/Bio.aspx?email=Bill.Lawrence@transwestern.com#sthash.XICgyZe6.dpuf

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