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Real Estate
  • All 7 sessions are tailored for personalized instruction
  • Each student follows the instructor teaching the class and builds the financial models along with him
  • The models are projected on a large screen in our Boardroom/Training Room for easy viewing
  • Each session is 4 hours long for a total of 28 hours of in-class live training

DELIVERING VALUE BEYOND THE LIVE CLASSES

In addition to the 7 in-class sessions attended, we also offer the following services (included in the tuition at no extra charge):

  • Job & Interview Preparation – We tailor resume revision, interview preparation, mock interviews, and placement to individual students.
  • Study Materials - Handouts will be provided to trainees. They will be in both hard copy and electronic format. This is an invaluable tool, as you will be able to use the Excel templates and reference materials at any firm where you become an acheter du cialis en ligne analyst or associate.
  • Excel Training – We will teach you Excel basics and shortcuts giving you the practical skills to efficiently use the most widely viagrasildenafil-online.com used tool in the industry, Excel.

These are just three of the many ways we endeavor to “go the extra mile” for our trainees.

Course Content

SESSION 1 – OVERVIEW OF THE REAL vigora vs viagra ESTATE MARKET IN INDIA

  • Types of Real Estate/Properties
  • Generic Business Models
  • Market Structure & Growth Drivers
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  • Real Estate Locations & their dynamics
  • Challenges faced by the Real Estate Sector

SESSION 2 – APPROACHES TO TYPICAL COMMERCIAL PROPERTY VALUATION

SESSIONS 3 – VALUATION OF RESIDENTIAL, HOTEL AND OTHER PROPERTY TYPES USING THE ABOVE GUIDELINES

  • Approaches to Residential Property Valuation
    • Residential Apartments Model
    • Residential Villas/Row Houses Model
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    • Other Business Structures (Improvements)
    • Approaches to Hotel (Hospitality) Property Valuation
  • Introduction to Hospitality Terminology
    • Revenue Streams for Hotels (Rooms, Banquets, F&B, Spa, etc)
    • Direct Capitalization Approach (Including Effective Revenue/Profit Multiple Approaches)
    • Exercises/Case Studies for Hospitality Property Valuation
  • Brief Discussion on Revenue Model of Special Property Types
    • Service Apartments, Retirement Homes, Resorts, Warehouses, etc

SESSIONS 4 – Generic Steps Involved in a Valuation Study

  • Understanding the property & its Revenue Models
  • Create a Base Draft Working Model/Framework (Inputs, Scheduling)
  • Market Research & Comparable Study
  • Consider “As Is”, “As Improved” & other options in base model to arrive at the Estimated Cash Flows & Value.
  • Review & Revise Inputs/Assumptions as per Research Data updates
  • Create a Financing Worksheet replicating Financing Terms (More on this later)
  • Review all sections (Inputs, Scheduling, Cash Flows – NPV, IRR etc)
  • Creation of Scenarios/Tables to estimate expected outcomes for varying market conditions
  • Provide Notes/Comments for all Key Assumptions
  • Exercise/Case Study based on completed models (Additional areas such as scenarios not covered earlier will be the focus here)

SESSIONS 5 – PROPERTY INVESTMENT REGULATIONS

  • Regulatory Norms for http://buyviagraonline-cheaprx.com/ Foreign Direct Investments & FII
  • Overview of Special Economic Zones
  • Brief Overview of STPI norms & other special zones
  • Discussion/Q&A Sessions

SESSION 6 – Project financing & creation of investment report (pitch)

  • Financing a Project
    • Financing Options, Sources (Debt, Equity, combination, etc & IPO, AIM, etc)
    • Funding Process (Initial, Construction-linked, expansion, etc)
    • Structuring Financing Assumptions
  • Investment Report (Pitch)
    • Deal Overview (Objective of the Pitch, Property Overview & Brief on Financing)
      • Snapshot of Project Strengths & Risks (Optional)
    • Project Specifics (Spatial Details)
    • Location & Accessibility
    • Project Assumptions (Summary of all assumptions & explanation)
    • Overview of Project Scheduling
    • Micro Market Overview
      • Brief Overview of key market data (rents, vacancy, demand, supply, etc)
      • Comparable Property Data and Analysis
      • Analysis of any peculiar trends (land availability, change in land use, infrastructure projects, etc)
    • Cash Flow Summary
    • Additional Notes or Assumptions
    • Summary of Final Valuation/Potential Returns (depending on the deal or case)
    • Additional/Optional Section: City Overview

SESSIONS 7 – REAL ESTATE PROCESS AND BEST PRACTICES, INTERVIEW SKILLS AND RESUME REVISION

  • Overview
    • Market Overview
    • Industry Overview
  • Short Individual Tests (To assess Conceptual, Analytical as well as Critical Reasoning abilities)
  • Interactive Q & A / Quiz Sessions / Short Presentations on a specific topics
  • Career Resources
    • Guidelines for resume writing, structured for Real Estate positions
    • Skills acquired through AustalEducation incorporated on student’s resume
    • Top interview questions and questions to ask interviewer
    • Real Estate specific insight
    • What we looked for when hiring analysts and associates
    • Examples of rewritten resumes, including proper format/style