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Urban Land Institute's "Restructuring, Repositioning, and Recapitalizing Distressed Real Estate Assets"

DECEMBER 9, 2010 - 8:30 AM to DECEMBER 10, 2010 - 5:00 PM ET

Nova Southeastern University Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship, DeSantis Building, 3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale-Davie, Florida 33314

Course Description

This new hands-on, Excel-based workshop will provide real estate professionals with the fundamental theoretical and practical analytical skills to understand, quantify, and transform underperforming real estate assets in today’s market.

The current market requires real estate professionals to enhance their analytical competency towards a more comprehensive understanding of both the physical and financial markets for different real estate asset classes. A more nuanced understanding of how the current environment is dictating unique changes in the active management of each asset class is critical. This workshop will help you to more creatively evaluate possible alternatives and develop innovative and practical approaches to reestablishing value to a distressed asset.

Case studies will be used to cover four real estate asset classes in distress: multifamily, retail, office, and single-family residential subdivisions. Each case study will consider in-depth the financial, economic, and market conditions that caused a project to fail, as well as the consequences of various repositioning options.

Students will receive multiple Excel models which they can use for their own analysis.

Program Highlights

  • Practical financial and market analysis of distressed real estate assets
  • Innovative solutions for restructuring distressed assets
  • Single-family subdivisions, retail, office, and multifamily case studies
  • Understanding the unique attributes of each asset class in the current environment
  • Excel-based financial analysis and repositioning of distressed assets

Who Should Attend

Real estate developers, owners, investors, and other professionals associated with repositioning a distressed asset.

Note: A laptop computer with Microsoft Excel software is required.