CCIM CI 101: financial analysis for commercial investment real estate

Date: June 5-9, 2019
Venue: Moscow, to be announced

CCIM Institute is commercial real estate’s most influential professional organization. CCIM Institute believes in equipping the next generation of commercial real estate professionals with practical skills and tools to best serve their clients and build their own careers.

Worldwide, CCIM Institute works to provide the best commercial and investment real estate education and services and facilitate networking among all of its members. The International Program connects individuals with international partners for commercial real estate training and networking.

Mission Statement

The mission of CCIM Institute is to elevate our members to the highest levels of success in the commercial real estate profession.

CCIM Institute Instructor Thomas C. Bothen, CCIM.

Screenshot_1Thomas Bothen, CCIM, is Director of Investment Analytics at One Chicago Realty in Oak Brook, Ill. During his 35 years in commercial real estate, he managed several hundred million dollars of lease negotiations, initiated development of a 900,000 square foot industrial property for a major international company, and has managed numerous construction projects. He gained portfolio experience on a national basis with Balcor where he managed over 60 properties in various asset classes.
Bothen has been a CCIM Institute instructor since 2000 and is the director of the graduate real estate program at University of Illinois at Chicago. He also teaches Chinese to MBA students at UIC and is adjunct professor at Roosevelt University in Chicago a real estate finance course.
Bothen earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from Loyola University in Chicago and his MBA in Finance and Economics from University of Chicago.
Nowadays Thomas Bothen is also Head of not-for-profit organization United Way and Board Member of the local educational fund.

Course СI 101: Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate

  • Module 1: Introduction to investment activity
  • Module 2: Cash flow model
  • Module 3: Time value of money
  • Module 4: Financing
  • Module 5: Valuation
  • Module 6: Investment value and efficiency
  • Module 7: Taxing. Tax impact on cash flow and investments
  • Module 8: Alternative investment solutions

Only students completed course CI 101 and successfully passed exams are allowed to the next stages.

Nikita Kisel
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