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Introduction to Real Estate Investments (6-Credit Hours)

Introduction to Real Estate Investments OnDemand Course

Price: $49.00

Credit Hours: 6

Key Points:

Real estate is still one of the best investments available anywhere. Agents who understand the numbers are on their way to earning extra commissions.

This course is delivered in our stunning OnDemand video lecture format. With OnDemand video lectures, you have the ability to access professional instruction anytime and anywhere you have an Internet connection! Filled with studio and “onsite” video learning objectives, this OnDemand course engages, enlightens, and entertains!

Investors are discovering that tax, cash flow, principal reduction and appreciation benefits of single-and multi-family properties outweigh other investment opportunities, including the wildly vacillating stock market. This course can open the door for you to the lucrative investment real estate market. If you are unfamiliar with selling residential real estate as an investment, you’ll get a step-by-step understanding of the fundamentals you’ll need to get started.

You’ll learn how real estate compares to non-real estate investments. You’ll discover how to package hard-to-sell listings to your existing customer base. You’ll learn to identify additional sources of financing, and you’ll learn new techniques for using commission dollars to build your own investment portfolio.

Topics include:

Nature of real estate value
Estimating net operating income
Cash flows and investor behavior
Real estate and the IRS
Acquisitions and operation
Dispositions, capital gain and loss