This intermediate 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, as well as, a general overview of the roles that appraisers, architects, attorneys and brokers play in the asset class.
Industrial Real Estate Intermediate Course is the second course in a 3-part series - introduction, intermediate, and advanced. All courses provide an in-depth survey to the world of industrial real estate, exploring the fundamentals, key concepts, and essential knowledge required to understand, invest in, and operate within the industrial real estate sector. Whether you are a novice looking to start a career in industrial real estate or an investor seeking to diversify your portfolio, this course offers valuable insights into this dynamic industry.
In this intermediate-level course, you will explore industrial real estate with a focus on the benefits and risks of investing, the ways to invest, and valuation methods. You will also learn about how architectural design influences industrial spaces. Additionally, you will be introduced to the important services rendered by Industrial Practice Attorneys. Lastly, common challenges encountered by investors and owners within this dynamic sector will be reviewed.
Method of Course Presentation: Internet
Course Category: Professional Development
Course Information: This professional development course consists of one hour of original materials created by Connect Classroom in collaboration with experienced subject matter experts.
Refund Policy: Courses are non-refundable
Learning Objectives By the end of this course, you will be able to: