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The Commercial Real Estate Industry is an exciting field, as it touches virtually every aspect of business in the United States and most of the free world. It 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.
Broaden your understanding or sharpen your knowledge of the specifics of the Colorado commercial industry, from investment categories to the classifications of properties with our real estate license continuing education courses. Our Fundamentals course covers the essentials in depth, including sources of compiling market data, the functions of and differences between commercial leases, financing terms, commercial loans and methods for marketing commercial and investment real estate. In Listing & Selling we move deeper into the process, studying the components of pricing, prospecting methods, the importance of service and better marketing & negotiating techniques.
Basic concepts of commercial leasing for real estate agents with a focus on property evaluation and the terms of the 'standard' lease.Full Details
Understanding how economic and population changes affect real estate
This course introduces the student to the principles of economic and demographic analysis, including economic base analysis, market economies, computer modeling techniques, components of population change, demographic concepts and methods used in population projection.
Learn what areas of the market commercial real estate covers and how real estate agents work with the various individuals involved.Full Details
Explore the practical world of Commercial Real Estate and learn what customers expect from your relationship.Full Details
Integrating transportation with land use planning
This course traces the history of transportation planning from pre-WWII to the present day, including the roles of the various levels of government involved in the transportation planning process from concept to completion. The course also explains travel-demand forecasting, trip generation and distribution, the split between different modes of travel, Level of Service and street capacity, and the transportation planner’s methods of determining road requirements. Current issues in transportation are highlighted, including how the principles of New Urbanism and “complete” street designs (where different modes of travel share the same street) affect urban form.
This course is designed for real estate agents who want to sharpen their skills using yield capitalization or real estate agents who want to start to study yield capitalization for commercial purposes.Full Details