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anatomy of a commercial property development
|Statement||Irish Centre for Commercial Law Studies ; [chairman : Andrew Muckian].|
|Contributions||Muckian, Andrew., University College Dublin. Irish Centre for Commercial Law Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
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You'll learn. The process of buying or selling real estate can be intimidating and overwhelming to both the first-time and experienced buyers. Today we talk to our agents, Dean and Gerard from GD Group Moves Real Estate in Hoboken, NJ about the anatomy of a real estate deal.
Every market is a little different, so if your looking to buy or sell a home in your area, you should talk. Because this stage is the riskiest, pre-development work is usually financed by the project sponsor In commercial real estate, the sponsor is an individual or company in charge of finding, acquiring and managing the real estate property on behalf of the partnership.
The sponsor is usually expected to invest anywhere from % of the total. Newest Posts Trending Discussions Followed Forums Real Estate News & Current Events Landlord Forums & Rental Property Questions Buying & Selling Real Recommended books on Real Estate Development.
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Using a hypothetical development as the backdrop for all four sessions, the panelists will take attendees through the deal, step by step, and discuss critical documents, key issues and points of negotiation, and considerations for all parties.
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This model of the real estate development process considers the overall life-cycle of a real estate project. In each stage, the developer achieves certain tasks by spending money, using unique talents and skills, and in the process taking risks to increase the value of the Size: KB. I would strongly recommend : Professional Real Estate Development: The ULI Guide to the Business, 3rd Edition (): Richard Peiser, David Hamilton: Books.
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