Introduction to Commercial Investment Real Estate Analysis (CCIM)
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Introduction to Commercial Investment Real Estate Analysis (CCIM)

4/5/2012 to 4/6/2012
When: April 5-6, 2012
First Day Check-In: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM | Class: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Where: Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association
1330 Lee Road
Orlando, FL  32810
United States
Contact: Professional Development Department

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in Commercial Real Estate

This introductory course teaches you the fundamentals of the commercial investment real estate industry and demonstrates how to apply these skills using real-world examples and case studies. You'll have the confidence to answer your client's questions, anticipate their concerns, and plan for their needs when you have a solid commercial foundation from which to start.

After this course, you will be able to:
  • Solve investment problems using a financial calculator.
  • Understand basic real estate investment analysis tools. You will know how to estimate net operating income, cash flows before tax, and how to calculate the internal rate of return.
  • Perform basic mortgage calculations using compounding and discounting techniques.
  • Know how to compare similar properties, project vacancy rates, and estimate absorption figures.
  • Know other ways to make a profit in commercial real estate besides brokerage. Be familiar with lucrative services like tenant representation, land acquisition, leasing, financing, property management, and appraisal.
Required Equipment:
  • Hewlett-Packard financial calculator. HP-10BII Model is highly recommended.
  • A laptop computer is optional in the Introduction course.

There is no course prerequisite for CI Intro.
Instructor TBD

See brochure for Course Credit information.

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NOTE: The CCIM Institute reserves the right to cancel or change any scheduled course at any time. Students enrolled in a course that is cancelled will be notified as far in advance as possible. Students have the option of getting a full refund or transferring into another course. Please note that the Institute is not responsible for any out-of-pocket expenses (lodging, airfare, etc.) students may incur when a course is cancelled. Students who cancel or transfer a course registration are subject to fees of up to $200. Please visit for complete details.

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