Professional Development Institute
Commercial Real Estate Development: Introduction
This course is geared towards those who want to gain a better understanding of the critical components associated with real estate development. Designed to analyze the real estate development process primarily from the perspective of the equity participant, this course concentrates on the identification and evaluation of critical assumptions related to the creation, construction, and operation of economically viable commercial real estate projects. All phases of the development process from idea conception through marketability and asset management are examined and questions such as “How do I identify the areas of risk? How do I assess the trade-offs that are inherent to the development process? will be explored.
Identify the components of the real estate development process from the perspective of the investor
Evaluate the critical elements of a real estate development project in terms of deciding to go forward or not
Identify risk factors and ways to manage and price risk
Analyze the financial feasibility of a real estate project
Tony Ciochetti holds the Thomas G. Eastman Chair and is Chairman
of the MIT Center for Real Estate. His responsibilities at MIT include enhancing the Center’s mission of improving the global built environment through industry relevant research and the promoting of more informed professional practices.
Registration & Fees:
Course Fee: $1,600
The program fee covers tuition, course reader, continental breakfast, and light refreshments. Registration and payment must be made at least one week prior to the course start date. Course information, including the reader, will be made available once payment is received.
For additional information, please contact:
MIT Center for Real Estate
Office of Professional Education