Real Estate Management and Pertinent Financial Issues Course - London - Greater London - HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute - I35189

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Real Estate Management and Pertinent Financial Issues Course

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Real Estate Management and Pertinent Financial Issues Course - At the institution - London - Greater London

  • Course description
    Duration: 5 daysObjectives: By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:  Demonstrate their understanding of what real estate management entails;   Exhibit an understanding of the factors that constitute an effective real estate management;   Establish the role that real estate plays in depressed economies;   Suggest the effect that depressed economies have on real estate management;  Indicate the part that real estate management plays and can play in expanding economies;   Demonstrate their understanding of the local money market;   Indicate their understanding of the operations of the international money market;  Decide whether the rise and fall of local currency value has an effect on real estate;   Use available data to undertake basic financial analysis;   Use given information to undertake a real-life financial analysis;   Synthesize current or suggested information to make predictions on the extent to which a particular economic trend is likely to affect, negatively or positively, real estate value;   Demonstrate a ‘working understanding’ of Mortgage and Mortgage Rates;   Provide basic advice to clients on the suitability of mortgage type, based on particular circumstances;   Demonstrate their understanding of the phases of foreclosure or repossession;   Indicate the phase of foreclosure or repossession that the mortgagee loses control of the property;   Relate the normal or standard percentage of market value that a property is sold at the Real Estate Owned by Lender (REO) stage.

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