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Themes Influencing Investor Behavior in the Multifamily Market – MF323CA-BR

This course is an overview of themes that influence investor behavior in the multifamily market. With investor activity rapidly diminishing at the start of the pandemic, many investors wondered if multifamily real estate remained a good investment.  This course will address that pondering, as well as, provide insight into the challenging and positive themes influencing investor behavior in the multifamily market.


Marsennia Wells, MS Ed, MA – IDECC Certified Instructor, Connect Media Inc.

Course Information:

CE Credit: 3 hour

Written section length: 3 hour

Estimated time to complete course: 3 hours

Course Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Articulate the description and subject matter of this course
  • Define multifamily real estate and property types
  • Articulate why multifamily real estate continues to be a first-rate investment
  • Identify personas of potential multifamily investors investor
  • Recognize roadblocks to multifamily asset ownership in which an investor should be aware
  • Describe investor behavior as the multifamily market began to rebound
  • Explain why multifamily real estate is a hedge against inflation
  • Describe what tenants want in a rental property
  • Identify reasons multifamily remains an investor favorite
  • Classify the benefits of investing in multifamily property

Industrial Real Estate: An Asset Class Critical to Society’s Framework – IND205CA-BR

This course will provide introductory insight into the origin and history of industrial real estate, the different types of industrial real estate, the benefits and risks of investing in industrial real estate, a general overview of the roles that appraisers, architects and attorneys play in the asset class, as well as, a few dynamics that will impact the future of the asset class.


Marsennia Wells M.S., Ed M.A., Instructor, Connect Classroom

Contact Instructor: [email protected]

Course Information:

CE Credit: 3 hours

Written section length: 3 hours

Estimated time to complete course: 3 hours