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Kaplan University School of Professional and Continuing Education Kaplan University School of Professional and Continuing Education

Repurposing Property: Friend, Foe, or the American Dream? Home Study Course (15-Credit Hours)

Repurposing Property: Friend, Foe, or the American Dream?

Price: $29.00

Credit Hours: 15

Key Points:

What does it mean to repurpose property, and how does it apply to today’s real estate market?

Explore the many untapped opportunities for you and your buyers and sellers, and the enormous impact of successful repurposing projects on your neighborhoods and communities.

This course is will help you to master concepts necessary to develop and act as an agent in repurposing housing. You will discover new ideas, programs, and opportunities that apply throughout California, whether in urban, suburban, or rural areas, for projects big and small. In addition to providing resources for further research, Repurposing Property gives you strategies for bringing people together to make these projects possible and for obtaining community support that will result in successful projects that benefit entire communities.

Topics Include:

  • The Supersizing of California Homes
  • Crowdfunding—The Future of Real Estate Finance?
  • Putting Foreclosed Properties Back to Use
  • Federal Tax Incentives
  • Urban Repurposing Trends
  • Repurposing Suburbia
  • Rural Repurposing
  • Strategies for Building Community Support for Repurposing Property
  • Analyzing the Opportunities for Repurposing Property

The California Bureau of Real Estate has approved this real estate continuing education course for 15 hours of Consumer Protection. CalBRE Sponsor No.5191.