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April 11, 2022: Boston University Real Estate Asset Class Transactions and Due Diligence

April 11, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - June 6, 2022 @ 8:30 pm

Class held on Zoom starting April 11, 2022 on Monday nights from 6pm to 8:30pm until June 6, 2022. This class is designed to expose substantive insights to various asset class sectors for real estate professionals. The course will focus on the process and particulars associated with asset transactions including the mistakes in various transactions made by asset managers and sole entrepreneurs. The topics will include investor purchases versus end-user analysis, types of transactions including 1031, commercial lease clauses, letter of intent, purchase and sale agreement issues, critical tenant, landlord and lender transaction clauses necessary for underwriting, various financing levels including mezzanine debt, equity debt, convertible and participating debt, due diligence factors in the purchase of commercial properties that are used in underwriting and finally multi-family acquisitions in this aggressive market. Various subject matter guest experts are planning from lending institutions, corporate end-users and CEOs of multi-family trusts. Case study assignments, quizzes and final exam is incorporated


April 11, 2022 @ 6:00 pm
June 6, 2022 @ 8:30 pm


NAIOP and SIOR Present:
The Annual Market Forecast

Some of Greater Boston's most experienced commercial real estate brokers will discuss and evaluate current market conditions and future market trends. Panelists will provide expert opinions on the Boston, Cambridge, Suburban office, Industrial and Investment markets including analysis of emerging growth trends, thoughts on leading industries and an outlook on the market of the future.

November 30, 2005
Hyatt  Regency, Boston

Economic Overview: 
Hans Nordby
Research Strategist
Property & Portfolio Research, Inc.
Robert J. Nahigian, SIOR, CRE, FRICS
Auburndale Realty Company
Market Experts:
Chuck O'Connor, Trammell Crow Co.
Tamie Thompson, Spaulding & Slye
Greg Cahill, SIOR Nordblom Co.
Joe Flaherty, Meredith & Grew
Gary Lemire, CBRE