Instructor - Frank Gallinelli

This is a 10 Hour course and costs $95

Our Real Estate Investment Analysis course will help you identify the different facets investment, maximizing the profit-making potential of your investment decisions.

Course Summary

The field of real estate investment can be overwhelming, with many different calculations and variable to choose from. The Real Estate Investment Analysis course will help you cut through the clutter, helping you identify the best investments and potential acquisitions that will maximize your profits while diminishing your risk of loss. Through lectures, case studies and discussions, you'll learn the meaning of finance terminology, income streams, cash-flow analysis, data collection, and measures of investment return. By discovering what all the data means, you'll gain a valuable understanding of the uses and limitations of real estate investment analysis in ways that strengthen and complement your financial knowledge.

How do I take this course?

This course delivers 10 hours of video lecture presentations on key topics in business. You can download and print a copy of the presentation slides, and make notes as you follow along. To make it easier to absorb the material, each hour is divided into short segments, of about 15 minutes each. You can watch as many, or as few segments each day, or each week, in your own time. Each segment is followed by a short quiz to help you review, and test yourself about what you have learned. There is also a dedicated chat room for this course, so you can talk, get help, and just be social as you journey through the structures and processes of today's business environment with others online.

Do I get a Certificate of Completion?

Yes. On completion of this course, you will be able to print a Certificate of Completion showing the overall average that you achieved in all of the quizzes. You may be able to take this to your university or college to ask for transfer credits, or to your professional association to see if you can be awarded continuing education credits.

In this introduction, Frank Gallinelli introduces students to essential concepts like interest rates, mortgages, stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. He also examines some of the characteristics and issues of an investment, like commitment of capital, risk, return and liquidity.
What are the elements of appraisal that are of most concern to the investor in real estate and decide if it is a good investment? Follow Frank Gallinelli in the first of this two part presentation to explore valuation from an investment perspective.
Once you understand the essentials of an income-producing property, how do you use that information to make wise investment decisions when presented with an opportunity? In this presentation, Frank Gallinelli provides a number of scenarios to encourage you to think about capitalization rates and other variables as you consider investments.
This presentation examines the all-important Pro-Forma and how investors can use this financial information in their investment decision. Explore the difference between the Operating Pro-Forma and Resale Pro-Forma, and gain the foundations you will need to evaluate the case studies in upcoming sessions.
In this lecture, Frank Gallinelli examines how an investor can think about financing an investment, in relation to the income potential of the real estate.
Building on previous presentations, students will examine the Loan-To-Value Ratio of investment properties using a range of examples. In this session, students examine such concepts as debt coverage, the Net Income Multiplier, and the Equity Dividend Rate.
Introducing the case studies, Frank Gallinelli completes the exposition of concepts and methods by examining the internal rate of return, and capital accumulation comparisons.
Case studies are intended to bring together all of the concepts and models that have been explored to date, and to enable students to bring to bear their accumulated knowledge on a real example.
Case studies are intended to bring together all of the concepts and models that have been explored to date, and to enable students to bring to bear their accumulated knowledge on a real example.
Case studies are intended to bring together all of the concepts and models that have been explored to date, and to enable students to bring to bear their accumulated knowledge on a real example.

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