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The Commercial Real Estate Industry touches virtually every aspect of business in the United States and most of the free world. Very few companies can grow without acquiring more land or additional office space, patients can't use the services of a hospital unless it's constructed and consumers can't shop at a Wal-Mart without the development of Real Property.
Commercial Real Estate encompasses all aspects of sales, leasing, management, investment in or improvement of retail property, investment property, farmland, businesses, industries, medical facilities and dozens of other types of property.
Some commercial associates specialize in particular types of property, such as office property, developable farmland or even amusement parks. Other commercial associates specialize in particular forms of consulting work for Real Estate Investment Trusts, insurance companies or utility companies. Still others work in specialized areas such as resort management or assist government agencies with redevelopment of industrial sites or reclamation of land.
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to understand:
Approved by the AQB's CAP and IDECC for 7 hours of Continuing Education Credit. Course includes unit exercises and exams and is completed with a multiple choice final exam.