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As a real estate developer, you may sift through hundreds of potential deals before finding one that makes sense to even begin to pursue. A key skill that all successful developers share is the ability to efficiently and objectively find and evaluate potential projects. This course introduces you to basic notions of where real estate deals can be found. In addition, you will learn proven methods to evaluate the terms of a deal to decide whether the deal is worth further research.

Using sample deal terms and property characteristics drawn from real listings, this course will teach you the methods to accurately determine the potential feasibility of a deal. It will also offer you practical insights into important aspects of deal prospecting, such as valuing the land for a project, making an offer to gain control of the site, and when to perform further due diligence. This unique program allows you to benefit from the insights and techniques of experienced developers to identify potential future development projects in one’s own development practice.

Course Summary:As a real estate developer, you may sift through hundreds of potential deals before finding one that makes sense to even begin to pursue. A key skill that all successful developers share is the ability to efficiently and objectively find and evaluate potential projects. This course introduces you to basic notions of where real estate deals can be found. In addition, you will learn proven methods to evaluate the terms of a deal to decide whether the deal is worth further research.

Using sample deal terms and property characteristics drawn from real listings, this course will teach you the methods to accurately determine the potential feasibility of a deal. It will also offer you practical insights into important aspects of deal prospecting, such as valuing the land for a project, making an offer to gain control of the site, and when to perform further due diligence. This unique program allows you to benefit from the insights and techniques of experienced developers to identify potential future development projects in one’s own development practice.

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This course includes four hours of content. It is available at your convenience on demand. The course includes digital materials.

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On-Demand Course

Experience Level

Foundational

Career Stage

Beginning Professional

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