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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We...

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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Real Estate Asset Analysis

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Real Estate Asset Analysis

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Modeling a property's income-generating characteristics is crucial to property companies and financial advisors. The measure of a property's income potential is its cash flow, and an accurate estimate of a property's potential cash flow is essential (1) for determining the amount of debt it can support and (2) for developing accurate valuation estimates on which to base financial decisions. The

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Modeling a property’s income-generating characteristics is crucial to property companies and financial advisors. The measure of a property’s income potential is its cash flow,...

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Real Estate Asset Analysis

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Modeling a property's income-generating characteristics is crucial to property companies and financial advisors. The measure of a property's income potential is its cash flow, and an accurate estimate of a property's potential cash flow is essential (1) for determining the amount of debt it can support and (2) for developing accurate valuation estimates on which to base financial decisions. The

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Real Estate Asset Analysis

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Modeling a property's income-generating characteristics is crucial to property companies and financial advisors. The measure of a property's income potential is its cash flow, and an accurate estimate of a property's potential cash flow is essential (1) for determining the amount of debt it can support and (2) for developing accurate valuation estimates on which to base financial decisions. The

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Real Estate Asset Modeling

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Real Estate Asset Modeling

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The preparation of financial models of various types of properties is important for the banker as well as the real estate professional: Market factors, occupancy rates, taxes, and the amount of existing or planned debt financing are all considered when modeling income properties. A three-step method projects a property's after-tax cash flow: projecting the rental income, projecting the property's expenses,

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The preparation of financial models of various types of properties is important for the banker as well as the real estate professional: Market factors,...

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Real Estate Asset Modeling

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The preparation of financial models of various types of properties is important for the banker as well as the real estate professional: Market factors, occupancy rates, taxes, and the amount of existing or planned debt financing are all considered when modeling income properties. A three-step method projects a property's after-tax cash flow: projecting the rental income, projecting the property's expenses,

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Real Estate Asset Modeling

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The preparation of financial models of various types of properties is important for the banker as well as the real estate professional: Market factors, occupancy rates, taxes, and the amount of existing or planned debt financing are all considered when modeling income properties. A three-step method projects a property's after-tax cash flow: projecting the rental income, projecting the property's expenses,

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Real Estate Investment Trust Features

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Real Estate Investment Trust Features

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

An important part of the real estate market is the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). A REIT is a financial vehicle that buys, develops, and in most cases manages income-generating properties. Designed as investment vehicles modeled on mutual funds, REITs pool the capital of many investors into a single investment vehicle. The advantages to investing in REITs are liquidity, relative

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An important part of the real estate market is the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). A REIT is a financial vehicle that buys, develops,...

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Real Estate Investment Trust Features

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

An important part of the real estate market is the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). A REIT is a financial vehicle that buys, develops, and in most cases manages income-generating properties. Designed as investment vehicles modeled on mutual funds, REITs pool the capital of many investors into a single investment vehicle. The advantages to investing in REITs are liquidity, relative

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Real Estate Investment Trust Features

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

An important part of the real estate market is the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). A REIT is a financial vehicle that buys, develops, and in most cases manages income-generating properties. Designed as investment vehicles modeled on mutual funds, REITs pool the capital of many investors into a single investment vehicle. The advantages to investing in REITs are liquidity, relative

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Real Estate Valuation Techniques

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Real Estate Valuation Techniques

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The appraisal process can be used to evaluate the collateral value of property for a secured loan-in which case its value determines the potential size of a loan. Real estate valuation techniques determine the market value of real estate asset, not its investment or portfolio value. Market value is an estimate of a property's price. Real estate valuation techniques fall

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The appraisal process can be used to evaluate the collateral value of property for a secured loan-in which case its value determines the potential...

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Real Estate Valuation Techniques

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The appraisal process can be used to evaluate the collateral value of property for a secured loan-in which case its value determines the potential size of a loan. Real estate valuation techniques determine the market value of real estate asset, not its investment or portfolio value. Market value is an estimate of a property's price. Real estate valuation techniques fall

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Real Estate Valuation Techniques

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The appraisal process can be used to evaluate the collateral value of property for a secured loan-in which case its value determines the potential size of a loan. Real estate valuation techniques determine the market value of real estate asset, not its investment or portfolio value. Market value is an estimate of a property's price. Real estate valuation techniques fall

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Life Insurance for Estate Planning

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Life Insurance for Estate Planning

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Life insurance is a key instrument in personal financial planning. This unit describes its important applications: A life insurance policy is a contract in which an insurance company, in exchange for premiums, agrees to pay money to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured. Term policies provide protection for a given period; cash value policies accumulate economic value; and

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Life insurance is a key instrument in personal financial planning. This unit describes its important applications: A life insurance policy is a contract in...

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Life Insurance for Estate Planning

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Life insurance is a key instrument in personal financial planning. This unit describes its important applications: A life insurance policy is a contract in which an insurance company, in exchange for premiums, agrees to pay money to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured. Term policies provide protection for a given period; cash value policies accumulate economic value; and

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Life Insurance for Estate Planning

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Life insurance is a key instrument in personal financial planning. This unit describes its important applications: A life insurance policy is a contract in which an insurance company, in exchange for premiums, agrees to pay money to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured. Term policies provide protection for a given period; cash value policies accumulate economic value; and

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Hedge Funds

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Hedge Funds

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

As equity markets have grown more volatile and returns less assured, hedge funds have grown as investment alternatives for both institutions and high-net-worth individuals. Hedge funds are non-traditional investment vehicles designed to optimize investment returns in various market conditions. They are attractive because their returns are intended to be uncorrelated with traditional asset classes. Hedge funds do not require strong

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As equity markets have grown more volatile and returns less assured, hedge funds have grown as investment alternatives for both institutions and high-net-worth individuals....

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Hedge Funds

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

As equity markets have grown more volatile and returns less assured, hedge funds have grown as investment alternatives for both institutions and high-net-worth individuals. Hedge funds are non-traditional investment vehicles designed to optimize investment returns in various market conditions. They are attractive because their returns are intended to be uncorrelated with traditional asset classes. Hedge funds do not require strong

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Hedge Funds

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

As equity markets have grown more volatile and returns less assured, hedge funds have grown as investment alternatives for both institutions and high-net-worth individuals. Hedge funds are non-traditional investment vehicles designed to optimize investment returns in various market conditions. They are attractive because their returns are intended to be uncorrelated with traditional asset classes. Hedge funds do not require strong

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Direct and Indirect Real Estate Investments

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Direct and Indirect Real Estate Investments

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Direct investors in real estate own the property, and indirect investors in real estate own equity shares in a property or portfolio of properties. Direct investment in real estate gives the investor complete control over the asset: who uses it, how it is maintained, if it is leveraged, and when it will be sold. Direct investors receive the income, appreciation,

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Direct investors in real estate own the property, and indirect investors in real estate own equity shares in a property or portfolio of properties....

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Direct and Indirect Real Estate Investments

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Direct investors in real estate own the property, and indirect investors in real estate own equity shares in a property or portfolio of properties. Direct investment in real estate gives the investor complete control over the asset: who uses it, how it is maintained, if it is leveraged, and when it will be sold. Direct investors receive the income, appreciation,

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Direct and Indirect Real Estate Investments

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Direct investors in real estate own the property, and indirect investors in real estate own equity shares in a property or portfolio of properties. Direct investment in real estate gives the investor complete control over the asset: who uses it, how it is maintained, if it is leveraged, and when it will be sold. Direct investors receive the income, appreciation,

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Disposing of Privately Held Businesses

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Disposing of Privately Held Businesses

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Small privately held businesses valued in the trillions of US dollars will be disposed of during the next several decades. In the US, it is estimated that more than 20% of household financial assets are invested in privately held businesses. Most of these businesses were started by baby boomers, many of whom will retire with funds from their business investments.

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Small privately held businesses valued in the trillions of US dollars will be disposed of during the next several decades. In the US, it...

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Disposing of Privately Held Businesses

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Small privately held businesses valued in the trillions of US dollars will be disposed of during the next several decades. In the US, it is estimated that more than 20% of household financial assets are invested in privately held businesses. Most of these businesses were started by baby boomers, many of whom will retire with funds from their business investments.

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Disposing of Privately Held Businesses

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Small privately held businesses valued in the trillions of US dollars will be disposed of during the next several decades. In the US, it is estimated that more than 20% of household financial assets are invested in privately held businesses. Most of these businesses were started by baby boomers, many of whom will retire with funds from their business investments.

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Commercial Real Estate Financing

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Commercial Real Estate Financing

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Loans on commercial real estate can be structured for both borrowers and lenders. Lenders want the projected income from the property to cover the mortgage payments, and borrowers want to maximize the value of a loan relative to the value of the property. Loan structures include conventional, participation, sale-leaseback, accrual, interest-only, and convertible mortgages. Participation loans give the lender some

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Loans on commercial real estate can be structured for both borrowers and lenders. Lenders want the projected income from the property to cover the...

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Commercial Real Estate Financing

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Loans on commercial real estate can be structured for both borrowers and lenders. Lenders want the projected income from the property to cover the mortgage payments, and borrowers want to maximize the value of a loan relative to the value of the property. Loan structures include conventional, participation, sale-leaseback, accrual, interest-only, and convertible mortgages. Participation loans give the lender some

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Commercial Real Estate Financing

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Loans on commercial real estate can be structured for both borrowers and lenders. Lenders want the projected income from the property to cover the mortgage payments, and borrowers want to maximize the value of a loan relative to the value of the property. Loan structures include conventional, participation, sale-leaseback, accrual, interest-only, and convertible mortgages. Participation loans give the lender some

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Private Equity

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Private Equity

Privately placed equity can be defined broadly as investments in stocks of companies not listed on a regulated exchange. A private placement is an unregistered sale of securities by a company, often with the assistance of a financial agent, to a limited number of investors who usually are sophisticated about financial and business matters and able to evaluate the risks

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Privately placed equity can be defined broadly as investments in stocks of companies not listed on a regulated exchange. A private placement is an...

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Private Equity

Privately placed equity can be defined broadly as investments in stocks of companies not listed on a regulated exchange. A private placement is an unregistered sale of securities by a company, often with the assistance of a financial agent, to a limited number of investors who usually are sophisticated about financial and business matters and able to evaluate the risks

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Private Equity

Privately placed equity can be defined broadly as investments in stocks of companies not listed on a regulated exchange. A private placement is an unregistered sale of securities by a company, often with the assistance of a financial agent, to a limited number of investors who usually are sophisticated about financial and business matters and able to evaluate the risks

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Commercial Real Estate Loan Returns

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Commercial Real Estate Loan Returns

There are many different types of commercial real estate financings such as conventional loans, participation loans, sale-leasebacks, interest-only loans, accrual loans and convertible mortgages. Each structure has a different impact on an investor's cash flow and internal rate of return. This unit will discuss the effect of different financing methods on an investor's and a lender's return.

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There are many different types of commercial real estate financings such as conventional loans, participation loans, sale-leasebacks, interest-only loans, accrual loans and convertible mortgages....

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Commercial Real Estate Loan Returns

There are many different types of commercial real estate financings such as conventional loans, participation loans, sale-leasebacks, interest-only loans, accrual loans and convertible mortgages. Each structure has a different impact on an investor's cash flow and internal rate of return. This unit will discuss the effect of different financing methods on an investor's and a lender's return.

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Commercial Real Estate Loan Returns

There are many different types of commercial real estate financings such as conventional loans, participation loans, sale-leasebacks, interest-only loans, accrual loans and convertible mortgages. Each structure has a different impact on an investor's cash flow and internal rate of return. This unit will discuss the effect of different financing methods on an investor's and a lender's return.

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U.S. Residential Mortgage Business

540 minutes ♦ Core

Welcome to the Mortgage Training Program. In this program we will cover everything you need to know to be knowledgeable about residential mortgages. We will look at the important players/departments in the space as well as Key Terminology that you need to know. We will spend some time unpackaging the consumer buying cycle and examine the life cycle of the

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Intermediate
120 minutes
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Real Estate Asset Analysis

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Modeling a property's income-generating characteristics is crucial to property companies and financial advisors. The measure of a property's income potential is its cash flow, and an accurate estimate of a property's potential cash flow is essential (1) for determining the amount of debt it can support and (2) for developing accurate valuation estimates on which to base financial decisions. The

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Intermediate
120 minutes
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Real Estate Asset Modeling

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The preparation of financial models of various types of properties is important for the banker as well as the real estate professional: Market factors, occupancy rates, taxes, and the amount of existing or planned debt financing are all considered when modeling income properties. A three-step method projects a property's after-tax cash flow: projecting the rental income, projecting the property's expenses,

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Real Estate Investment Trust Features

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

An important part of the real estate market is the Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). A REIT is a financial vehicle that buys, develops, and in most cases manages income-generating properties. Designed as investment vehicles modeled on mutual funds, REITs pool the capital of many investors into a single investment vehicle. The advantages to investing in REITs are liquidity, relative

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Intermediate
90 minutes
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Real Estate Valuation Techniques

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

The appraisal process can be used to evaluate the collateral value of property for a secured loan-in which case its value determines the potential size of a loan. Real estate valuation techniques determine the market value of real estate asset, not its investment or portfolio value. Market value is an estimate of a property's price. Real estate valuation techniques fall

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Intermediate
90 minutes
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Life Insurance for Estate Planning

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Life insurance is a key instrument in personal financial planning. This unit describes its important applications: A life insurance policy is a contract in which an insurance company, in exchange for premiums, agrees to pay money to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured. Term policies provide protection for a given period; cash value policies accumulate economic value; and

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Intermediate
90 minutes
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Hedge Funds

90 minutes ♦ Intermediate

As equity markets have grown more volatile and returns less assured, hedge funds have grown as investment alternatives for both institutions and high-net-worth individuals. Hedge funds are non-traditional investment vehicles designed to optimize investment returns in various market conditions. They are attractive because their returns are intended to be uncorrelated with traditional asset classes. Hedge funds do not require strong

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Direct and Indirect Real Estate Investments

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Direct investors in real estate own the property, and indirect investors in real estate own equity shares in a property or portfolio of properties. Direct investment in real estate gives the investor complete control over the asset: who uses it, how it is maintained, if it is leveraged, and when it will be sold. Direct investors receive the income, appreciation,

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Disposing of Privately Held Businesses

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Small privately held businesses valued in the trillions of US dollars will be disposed of during the next several decades. In the US, it is estimated that more than 20% of household financial assets are invested in privately held businesses. Most of these businesses were started by baby boomers, many of whom will retire with funds from their business investments.

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Intermediate
120 minutes
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Commercial Real Estate Financing

120 minutes ♦ Intermediate

Loans on commercial real estate can be structured for both borrowers and lenders. Lenders want the projected income from the property to cover the mortgage payments, and borrowers want to maximize the value of a loan relative to the value of the property. Loan structures include conventional, participation, sale-leaseback, accrual, interest-only, and convertible mortgages. Participation loans give the lender some

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Private Equity

Privately placed equity can be defined broadly as investments in stocks of companies not listed on a regulated exchange. A private placement is an unregistered sale of securities by a company, often with the assistance of a financial agent, to a limited number of investors who usually are sophisticated about financial and business matters and able to evaluate the risks

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Commercial Real Estate Loan Returns

There are many different types of commercial real estate financings such as conventional loans, participation loans, sale-leasebacks, interest-only loans, accrual loans and convertible mortgages. Each structure has a different impact on an investor's cash flow and internal rate of return. This unit will discuss the effect of different financing methods on an investor's and a lender's return.

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