NAIOP’s high quality courses cover all aspects of commercial real estate and include valuable insights from seasoned professionals who provide their real-world knowledge and expertise. The course catalog includes a range of course levels, from industry fundamentals for those new to the field to advanced content for experienced professionals. Courses are online, self-paced and on-demand so that learners can participate on their own terms and fit education into even the busiest schedule. New courses are added each year to provide cutting-edge content on the most relevant topics to both members and nonmembers looking to build knowledge and advance their careers in commercial real estate.
Advanced Development Practices is a sequel to the Essentials of the Development Process and builds on the concept of a Development Matrix where the seven stages of Real Estate Development are combined with the eight Tasks required in each stage to produce a 56-cell matrix.
Traditionally, brokers have controlled the flow of information around commercial real estate transactions, however, much of that information is now readily available online. To remain competitive and enhance their value in the modern development process, brokers today need to harness technology to automate repetitive tasks, analyze big data sets, engage in social media, track deals with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software and more
Construction Management is an introductory course designed exclusively for the real estate professional with little or no prior CM knowledge. The course provides a practical understanding of the planning, design and construction processes from project initiation to closeout.
Financial Analysis of Development Projects provides students with the analytical theory and practical tools needed to appropriately evaluate the financial feasibility of complex value-added and opportunistic real estate investments, including ground-up development projects for all major property types, as well as commercial and residential rehabilitation.
Learn about the commercial leasing process, the comprehensive role of the leasing professional in a development project, identify key aspects of marketing commercial space for lease, and explore a range of applied negotiation strategies intended to immediately maximize the value of every commercial lease.
This course will provide the entry level real estate professional with an understanding of the components of today’s “big box” industrial warehouse, and an overview of the steps involved in the ground-up development of an industrial building including the roles, analytical tools used, critical decisions, tasks, risks and pitfalls that apply at each step of the process.
This course provides professionals with an understanding of the latest utilizations of and best practices for the real estate as a service model from coworking spaces to office amenities to flexible leases and more.
Real Estate Investment and Capital Markets examines at an intermediate to senior level the intersection of real estate space markets and real estate capital markets by exploring in depth the Four Quadrants of Real Estate Finance: (1) private debt, (2) public debt, (3) private equity, and (4) public equity, and their application to real estate space markets, as well as exploring derivative markets that involve real estate.
This course will familiarize you with many of those potential issues, explore the so-called “bundle of rights” associated with real estate ownership, and the contractual agreements used to create and transfer those rights.
The Site Feasibility and Market Analysis course is designed for the intermediate experienced- level real estate professional. The course starts with an analysis of macro- economics that drive and support the demand for real estate development.
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