Advanced Real Estate Development and Investment Class Series

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Advanced Real Estate Development and Investment Class Series

A flexible program that prepares real estate professionals for new levels of skill and leadership in their careers and organizations

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George Mason University Van Metre Hall 3351 Fairfax Drive Arlington, VA 22201

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  • 14 days 7 hours
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The Advanced Real Estate Development and Investment Class Series 

Instructors:  Coleman RectorMark Hassinger, and Dave Sislen

Featured in The Washington Post, our Advanced Real Estate Development and Investment Class Series is a flexible program that prepares real estate professionals for new levels of leadership in their careers and within their organizations.

  • Twenty one (21) hours of intensive and interactive study

  • take individual sessions or the entire series

  • receive a certificate of completion (for completion of all 3 sessions)

Discover how this program can help expand your capabilities, challenge your thinking, and drive your company's success.

Day 1: Friday, April 14,2023 - Real Estate Development Process (Instructor: Mark Hassinger)

Day 2: Friday, April 21, 2023 - Real Estate Investments and Finance (Instructor: Dave Sislen)

Day 3: Friday, April 28, 2023 - Real Estate Practices and Entrepreneurship (Instructor: Coleman Rector)

Register for one session or take the entire series at a discount!  Classes are from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.  A boxed lunch is included in the registration fee.

Day 1 -  Develop factual knowledge and an appreciation for the principles and vocabulary of the development process including appropriate steps, timing, and cost associated with developing a real estate asset.

Day 2 - Develop a basic understanding of the theory of real estate investment and finance. Develop basic quantitative capabilities with all elements associated with evaluating the risks and benefits of various means of funding real estate transactions and apply these elements to current events and governmental policies associated with real estate and finance.

Day 3 -  An intensive study of the means and methods used to execute a real estate development vision. Evaluate the characteristics that successful real estate entrepreneurs possess and convey these tools in a “real world” format in order to appreciate the unique combination of intelligence, leadership abilities, creativity, charisma, and financial resources that help create successful real estate entrepreneurs.

Have questions about the Real Estate Class Series?  Contact Eric Maribojoc of the George Mason Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship at rmariboj@gmu.edu or call (703) 993-1875.