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Zoom Classes on Tuesday nights from 6pm to 9pm starting January 26 for 10 weeks. RE 104: Commercial Lease clause review of approximately 55 clauses covering office, industrial and retail. Review the negotiating points from the perspective of the landlord, tenant, broker and lender. Guest speakers may be included. Course comes with class book, articles, and other take-home value. Course is an elective for the Boston University Certificate in Real Estate Studies. Homework, mid-term and final exam with group assignments…Find out more »
To be held on Zoom. Topic Commercial Real Estate, TBD, Thursday, March 4, 2021 from 9am to 11am, MA CE CreditFind out more »
This course has MA CE real estate credit. It will be presented as a Zoom course on the different due diligence aspects of selling and acquiring commercial real estate, the chaos, blunders, mistakes and misrepresentations made by brokers or sellers. Class will have group assignments on a corporate office building case study and will have engaging group assignments. Class runs from 9 am to 12 pm on Friday, March 19, 2021.Find out more »
To be held on Zoom on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. 4 hour program on how to break into commercial and industrial real estate. Topics include basic terminology, marketing and listing resources, investment tools, industrial construction and retail real estate. Bring a calculator.Find out more »
Zoom Classes on Wednesday nights from 6pm to 9pm starting April 7th for 10 weeks. RE 104: Commercial Lease clause review of approximately 55 clauses covering office, industrial and retail. Review the negotiating points from the perspective of the landlord, tenant, broker and lender. Guest speakers may be included from the corporate world. Course includes a class book, articles, and other take-home value. Course is an elective for the Boston University Certificate in Real Estate Studies. Homework, mid-term and final…Find out more »
Zoom course on Retail Trends on Lease Negotiations with the Berkshire County Board of Realtors. Tuesday, April 20, 2021 from 9 am to 11 am. Course is CE approved for real estate license credits. Course will have an overview of some of the retail lease clauses that should be reviewed on behalf of retail landlord and tenants in order to be a more effective lease negotiator. Not all clauses are included but this 2 hour program will provide real estate…Find out more »
To be held on Zoom on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 from 9am to 11 am. MA RE CE credit on commercial real estate. Topic TBD.Find out more »
Rhode Island Association of Realtors: National Economic Trends in Commercial Real Estate, May 11, 2021
This Zoom presentation carries CE credit in Rhode Island and MA for real estate licencees. It will be held on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 from 9 am to 12 pm. The course material includes an overview of the different trends of office, industrial, retail, investment and multi-family markets in Massachusetts and Rhode Island from 2021 to previous years. The information evaluates macro and micro-economics and commercial real estate trends. These trends help the business and commercial broker understand the intricacies…Find out more »
In-Class to be held at the Omni Charlotte Hotel, Charlotte, NC. on Wed. June 16, 2021 from 8am to 12pm. Negotiation Skills in commercial real estate. Will review negotiation models, types and traits of negotiators, how to assess and identify drivers and characteristics. Then a presentation of possible appropriate strategies and counter-strategies that can be engaged in negotiations. Videos and case study group assignments are included.Find out more »
MA NAIOP Chapter: Understanding Chaos and Red Flags in Commercial Leasing/Leases, July 13, 15 and 20, 2021
This Zoom class runs over 3 days (July 13, 15 and 20, 2021 from 9 am to 12 pm. The material covers a wide range of topics for the commercial real estate practitioner including: leasing definitions and terminology, rental rates and forms of escalators, developing a letter of intent, overview of a lease document, Statute of Frauds, GAAP v. IFRS, landlord and tenant key differences in lease negotiating, various lease clauses important to a landlord, tenant and lender, CV19 impact…Find out more »
This course will be on Zoom and is MA CE real estate credit approved. The course runs from 9 am to 12 pm and will dissect the definition of a financial statement into profit and loss, cash flow and balance sheet. GAAP v. IFRS v. FASB 13 will be compared. A number of risk ratio metrics will be introduced and evaluated to the appropriateness of each conclusion. The tangible and intangible risk factors that go beyond the number crunching will…Find out more »
To be held on Zoom from 9am to 11am on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2021. MA RE CE credit on commercial real estate. Topic TBD.Find out more »
All day course for credit towards the GRI designation on Sept. 21, 2021, to be held at the MA Association of Realtors offices, Foxboro, MA from 8am to 5pm. Topics to be covered: Office, Retail, Industrial, International, Marketing, Building composition, commercial terminology and resources, International marketing and real estate resources, nuances, negotiating tips with international client. Course will include videos, case studies, group assignments and role-playing. Bring a calculator.Find out more »
In-Class to be held at the Sheration Dallas Hotel, Dallas, Texas on Thursday Sept. 23, 2021 from 8am to 12pm. Negotiation Skills in commercial real estate. Will review negotiation models, types and traits of negotiators, how to assess and identify drivers and characteristics. Then a presentation of possible appropriate strategies and counter-strategies that can be engaged in negotiations. Videos and case study group assignments are included.Find out more »
To be held on Zoom; Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021, in the morning. Course is an overview for beginners in commercial and industrial real estate. Topics include marketing and listing resources, commercial organizations, office, retail, investment and industrial real estate. Construction, investment tools and valuation and basic terminology.Find out more »
MA NAIOP: Nov. 9 and Nov. 11, 2021, Highest and Best Use Methodologies or What the Heck Do I Do with this Junk Property?
Course will run over two days from 9 am to 11 am with case studies, homework and class presentations. The four components of defined highest and best use methodologies will be identified, evaluated with the necessary components whether a vacant land, obsolete commercial building or to create a new game plan on a long-standing property. Legal, physical, financial factors will be identified and how the attendee then reaches a conclusion on net highest value. Mistakes and blunders of past projects…Find out more »
To be held on Zoom on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021 from 9am to 11am. MA RE CE credit. Commercial real estate topic to be determined.Find out more »
Course runs from 9 am to 12 pm, Dec. 3, 2021 on more advanced issues in negotiating leases or sales. If you find yourself with "unreasonable people" in negotiations or find that the other side is not giving you what you want or is a bully negotiator and its win-lose, then this is course is for you. Key characteristics of 7 negotiation models and models on negotiators will be presented. The attendee will learn how to identify characteristics, learn the…Find out more »
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
Property & Portfolio Research, Inc.
Robert J. Nahigian, SIOR, CRE, FRICS
Auburndale Realty Company
Chuck O'Connor, Trammell Crow Co.
Tamie Thompson, Spaulding & Slye
Greg Cahill, SIOR Nordblom Co.
Joe Flaherty, Meredith & Grew
Gary Lemire, CBRE