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In today’s environment, commercial real estate development only occurs when property markets demand additional space and capital markets are able to provide the needed financing. The opening course in commercial real estate finance targets this intersection of property and capital markets. It highlights the market analysis necessary to support commercial leasing activity, the income and expense analyses flowing from those leases, and the resulting value creation. While addressing equity capital sources, the course focuses more directly on debt capital and understanding loan sources, lenders’ underwriting guidelines, and cash flow analysis. (Equity capital sources and requirements are addressed in detail in the second course in this sequence, Real Estate Finance II.) Finally, you will learn how much you can afford to pay for the land and still have an economically feasible development project.
Participants are expected to bring a laptop computer with Microsoft Excel to the course.
Richard L. Haney, Jr.
Professor of Real Estate and Finance
Mays Business School
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
Haney is a specialist in real estate finance, development, and valuation. A professor of real estate and finance, his teaching responsibilities include graduate courses in real property finance, development, valuation, and mortgage market analysis. He has published widely in scholarly and professional journals and has extensive experience teaching professional development courses, including 25 years of teaching in the ULI Real Estate School.
Haney is a full member of ULI, a fellow of the Homer Hoyt Advanced Studies Institute, and a faculty fellow of the schools of mortgage banking at both Stanford University and Northwestern University. He is also coauthor of three textbooks, including the second edition of the ULI’s Real Estate Development: Principles and Process.
Senior Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager
SunTrust Commercial Real Estate
Senior Vice President and Managing Director
ULI Member: $995
Government and Nonprofit Members: $950
Government and Nonprofit Non-members: $1,265
Registration fee includes tuition, course materials, continental breakfast, luncheon, and refreshments.
Cancellations must be made in writing or by e-mail to ULI’s customer service department and are subject to a $100 administrative fee. Cancellations must be received at least seven days before the start of the program to be eligible for a refund. No refunds will be granted thereafter. You may transfer your registration to another member of your organization with no penalty.
Accommodations and Course Location
Hotel accommodations are not included in the registration fee. If you would like to make hotel arrangements, please contact the appropriate hotel before the date indicated. You are advised to make your reservations as early as possible.
1025 Thomas Jefferson Street, N.W.
Suite 500 W
Washington, D.C. 20007-5201
1075 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20007
Reservations: 800.388.2410 or 202.337.0900
Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge
1900 North Fort Myer Drive Arlington
Reservations: 800.315.2621 or 703.807.2000
The Four Seasons Hotel
2800 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20007
Reservations: 877.707.0843 or 202.342.0444
The Melrose Hotel
2430 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20037
Reservations: 800.635.7673 or 202.955.6400
1000 29th Street NW & 1111
30th Street NW Washington, DC 20007
Avenue Suites NW Hotel
2500 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20037
Finance for Real Estate Development
By Charles Long
Tips for how to productively manage and complete development projects. Explaining how finances drive each decision in the real estate development process, this helpful industry guide recognizes the complexities and significant risks of each project and illustrates how to reconcile conflicting elements to ultimately achieve success. A 36-year real estate development veteran, author Charles Long shares the practical information and personal insights that he has gained over the course of his career, and weaves relevant real world examples into the text, helping to clarify the principles necessary to effectively manage a project in today’s financial landscape.