Advanced Development Practices 2020 Online Course
Includes a Live Event on 05/06/2020 at 11:45 AM (EDT)
Wednesdays, May 6 - July 1, 2020
Noon - 2:00 p.m. eastern time
Advanced Development Practices is a sequel to the Essentials of the Development Process and builds on the concept of a Development Matrix where the seven stages of Real Estate Development are combined with the eight Tasks required in each stage to produce a 56-cell matrix.
This survey course focuses on the eight Tasks in each stage of the real estate development process. Each Task is really a category of tasks that must be completed in order to create value throughout the development process. Each Stage of Development begins with the Acquisition Task and ends with the Disposition Task. In between, the developer must address and complete the following Tasks: Finance, Market Studies and Marketing Strategy, Environmental, Approvals and Permits, Improvements, and Transportation and Accessibility. In reality these Tasks are completed in various orders and usually they are done simultaneously. The order of the Tasks presented in this course is arbitrary, and most tasks interact with each other to some extent and the completion of individual task is dependent on the completion of other Tasks. This course broadly describes the Tasks and the sub-tasks from a developer’s point of view. Students are not expected to be experts in all of these tasks, but they are expected to understand and appreciate what needs to happen for a successful development, i.e. one that creates value in excess of the costs needed to create value.
- Define and explain the eight sets of tasks that are required in each stage of development.
- Define and explain at least two sub-tasks in each major task set.
- Understand why each task must be address even if the developer decides to undertake multiple stages of development.
Tuition & Register
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- Jason is Co-Founder of Ting Financial Group, a niche private equity real estate investment firm, and Principal of Ting Realty, a full service real estate development, management, and brokerage company.
- His direct responsibilities include acquisitions and dispositions, property management and leasing, domestic and foreign client relations, and new business formation.
- Jason blogs about his work and personal life journeys via JasTing.com, and is actively involved in his local community church leading personal finance wokshops.
- Joan Woodard has more than 45 years in the commercial real estate development and management business.
- She is the former President and CEO of Simons & Woodard in Santa Rosa, CA., where she was responsible for overseeing architecture, marketing, leasing, property and financial management for twenty years.
- Ms. Woodard began her career in real estate as a financial analyst and project manager in Atlanta with John Portman.
- In 1985, she joined Walt Disney on the West Coast as vice president for Disney Development, where she developed short and long-term plans for the company's use of real assets, among which was the planning process that resulted in Disney's corporate headquarters in Burbank and Disney's California Adventure in Anaheim.
- Ms. Woodard is semi-retired living in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. She serves as a Hearing Examiner for Kootenai County along with consulting, mentoring and teaching in commercial real estate. She is also a volunteer Ombudsman for long-term care facilities.