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Asset Management: Lease Analysis, Valuation, Negotiation, and Approval

  • April 17, 2019
  • April 18, 2019
  • 2 sessions
  • April 17, 2019, 8:30 AM 4:00 PM
  • April 18, 2019, 8:30 AM 4:00 PM
  • Schaumburg Towers, 1400 American Lane, Schaumburg, 60173

Brought to you by the Education Committee. 

This nine-module, two-day course is targeted for commercial real estate property managers with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience. This interactive course:

  • Focuses on asset management of investment properties, i.e. commercial real estate that is owned and operated solely as an investment for its owner.
  • Is designed to help property managers better understand the function of the asset manager in order to be more valuable to the entire commercial team, from owner on down.
  • Will help participants understand how different types of investors analyze an asset and make decisions.
  • Examines the most efficient ways to work on the leasing process with the property management team, brokerage team, architects, engineers, designers, consultants, government regulators and inspectors, mortgage servicing team and tenants.
  • Provides course participants the opportunity to participate in a case study regarding the leasing process, serving the role of either the tenant or landlord in a mock lease negotiation, followed by group discussions and sharing team results.


ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

Evan Danner is a Vice President at Equus Capital Partners, Ltd (“Equus”) and is involved in all facets of Asset Management for the Midwest Region, which includes operations, management & leasing. Since joining Equus in 2014, Evan has been involved in acquisitions and dispositions of assets totaling more than $500 million. He is also responsible for the financial analyses, valuation, and strategy of existing assets, as well as new investment opportunities being considered by Equus.

Prior to joining Equus, Evan was a property manager for Cassidy Turley where he managed a portfolio of office and industrial assets for multiple ownership groups. Prior to becoming a property manager, he was an accountant for Cassidy Turley serving institutional investors.

Registration Fees:
Member: $695
Non-Member: $725

Registration Deadline:
Friday, April 12 

Please note: This class does not provide credit toward an RPA designation. 



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