Asset Management Track (ASM603, ASM604, ASM605)

June 16, 2019 8:00 AM to June 21, 2019 5:00 PM
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Millrock Management
6510 South Millrock Drive
Holladay, UT 84121
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The Asset Management Track is comprised of skill-based courses that, when taken in sequence, progressively build your knowledge of financing and valuation of real estate assets. You’ll work hands-on to explore various models of financial analysis in three applications-based courses designed to help you capitalize on your real estate assets. Students will find the tools they learn here indispensable to the properties and the portfolios they manage.

Asset Management Track Courses:

  • Financing and Loan Analysis for Investment Real Estate (ASM603)
    • While it may not seem important on a day to day basis, understanding financial concepts can help you build value and increase income for your business holdings. Let’s be honest. Fluctuations in the financial and real estate market are inevitable. But with this course, you’ll learn to produce higher revenue for your portfolio – despite the turbulence of the market.
  • Performance and Valuation of Investment Real Estate (ASM604)
    • It’s time to think long term. Here you’ll receive the tools and skills to determine the performance of real estate assets, allowing you to enhance the long-term financial outlook of your portfolio and secure the future prosperity of your business. While your competitors are thinking about tomorrow, you’ll be playing the long game, thinking 1, 5, and 10 years down the road. And that’s a mindset that investors need and crave in their managers.
  • Asset Analysis of Investment Real Estate (ASM605)
    • This deep dive into asset management puts you in the driver’s seat, using real-world investment scenarios, to enable you to consistently deliver forecasted returns for owners and investors. Hands-on application of essential financial concepts will help you perform multiple cash flow analyses. Get ready for the big time

 

Register online today at irem.org