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Analyzing Value-Add Investment in Real Estate Using Yield-on-Cost

Member price:

$59.00

Your price:

$ 99.00

9/27/2022

11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: David G. Domres – CPM® Emeritus

Rising interest and inflation rates create Value-Add investment opportunities.  Identifying where to prioritize operational emphasis and capital investment is one of the keys to success. Calculating the return on the purchase basis, capital investment and current market conditions will drive single to double digit returns.  This webinar road map will start you down the path of identifying real estate that will create long term value and short-term cash flow. 

This webinar will provide the alignment between:

  • Current market rent
  • Evaluating value of existing real estate and developing the capital plan to leverage return
  • Performing high level return on investment and payback
  • Techniques for projecting short and long-term cash flow

    Mr. Domres is Vice President, Construction & Project Management, a position he has held since the IPO at Physicians Realty Trust in July 2013.

    In this role, Mr. Domres oversees the asset management of our single-tenant properties while driving capital projects and sustainability strategies and execution for the entire portfolio. Previously, he was the Senior Vice President of Corporate Real Estate for US Bank and Senior Vice President of Asset and Property Management with a full-service real estate company.

    Mr. Domres received the Louise L. and Y. T. Lum Award from the Institute of Real Estate Management and was the NAIOP 2013 Volunteer of the Year. He currently serves as an instructor for IREM and Marquette University.  Mr. Domres earned a degree in Architecture from Iowa State University.

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