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Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship at George Mason University

Excel Financial Modeling for Real Estate Analysis

School of ManagementGeorge Mason University

Arlington, VA

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Registration Type Price Fee Quantity
Mason MS in Real Estate Development alumnus $200.00 $0.00
Mason MS in Real Estate Development student $200.00 $0.00
All others $400.00 $0.00

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sponsored by the MS in Real Estate Development @ Mason.

Excel Financial Modeling for Real Estate Analysis

Friday, August 23          8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday, August 24      8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Gain must-have real estate financial modeling skills in Excel during this 2-day training workshop designed specifically for real estate professionals. Through lectures and hands-on training, you will experience an Excel for Real Estate Bootcamp that includes:

  • Demystifying the Excel Pro-Forma
  • Analyzing Risks and Opportunities including Cash Flow, ROI/ROE, Leverage Impact, and Other Real Estate Investment Concepts
  • Modeling Real Estate Development Transactions For Multiple Property Types
  • Multi-Tenant Commercial Property Acquisition Modeling With ARGUS Cash Flow Projection Customization
  • HP 12c Financial Calculator Skills For Real Estate Analysis (free bonus session)

The workship includes approximately 3 hours of pre-course self study, avaliable online.
Review a detailed listing of the training format and schedule.

Registration fee includes tuition, course materials, and continental breakfast and lunch provided both days. Paid parking available on-site. Location is Metro accessible. 

Cancellations must be received at least 7 days before August 23 to receive a refund. Registration may be transferred to another member of your organization without penalty.

Questions? Contact Bob Wulff, Program Director MS in Real Estate Development, at


Principal InstructorBruce Kirsch

Bruce Kirsch is the founder and president of Real Estate Financial Modeling, the financial modeling training solutions provider to the top real estate businesses and academic programs in the world. He began his real estate career at CB Richard Ellis, where he marketed high-rise New York City office buildings for re-development in the top-producing Midtown Manhattan Investment Properties Institutional Group. After CBRE, Kirsch was recruited to be the Director of Acquisitions at Washington, DC-based Metropolis Development Company, a cutting edge local developer of urban infill design-forward residential lofts. After leaving Metropolis, Kirsch engaged in his own urban and suburban condominium and single family detached housing ventures. Kirsch was then selected as one of the two executives to run New York City-based developer and consultant The Clarett Group's Washington, DC business.

Kirsch holds an MBA in Real Estate from The Wharton School, where he was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Kahn/Washington Real Estate Investment Trust Award for academic excellence. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and is the editor of the Third Edition of the leading real estate finance textbook, Real Estate Finance and Investments: Risks and Opportunities, by The Wharton School's Professor Emeritus Dr. Peter Linneman. Read Kirsch's full bio.


We will contact you with parking information, agenda and links to online, pre-course work approximately one month before the session start. Please watch for an e-mail from

Seating is limited.

Have questions about Excel Financial Modeling for Real Estate Analysis? Contact School of ManagementGeorge Mason University


3351 Fairfax Drive Founders Hall, Room 118
Arlington, VA 22201


School of ManagementGeorge Mason University

Melanie Pflugshaupt  703-993-1807


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