Understanding the risks inherent in real estate lending
Real Estate Fundamentals in Commercial Lending provides credit analysts and commercial lenders with a basic understanding of commercial real estate lending concepts and techniques for income-producing properties. Topics include key loan repayment sources, formulating conclusions with respect to a property¿s success, net operating income (NOI) and its components, the role of appraisals and environmental assessments, and characteristics or key elements of various property types.
Who Will Benefit?
Real Estate Fundamentals in Commercial Lending is designed for commercial loan officers, credit analysts, and other lending or credit professionals who need to understand the basic concepts of commercial real estate lending. Course participants will gain an appreciation for the important issues surrounding real estate finance as well as the skills to understand when additional steps need to be taken that require more specialized support. This course serves as a prerequisite for RMA's Real Estate Lending Academy.
- Identify the characteristics of the primary types of commercial real estate (CRE) loans.
- Recognize and evaluate the various risk areas involved in CRE loans.
- Evaluate and underwrite CRE project cash flow and loan repayment sources.
- Identify basic appraisal and environmental assessment concepts and requirements.
- Differentiate properties/projects and the related analysis.
- Apply CRE underwriting skills and techniques to actual borrowing requests.
It is recommended that participants have an understanding of general commercial lending and credit analysis to benefit from this course, but it is not mandatory.
The open enrollment version of this course requires you to complete a pre-course assignment.
Associate members: $455
Nonassociates from member institutions/professional members: $480
Register for this course and one of the following: Intermediate Real Estate Lending or Problem Real Estate Loans or Understanding & Interpreting Real Estate Appraisals (when available) for a reduced back-to-back fee:
Associate members: $870*
Nonassociates from member institutions/professional members: $930*
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