IEDC’s Real Estate Development & Reuse Training Course Registration Info
International Economic Development Council
Real Estate Development & Reuse Training Course
Date: August 7-8, 2008
Location: Monterey, CA
Register by Thursday, June 26th and save with our Early Bird Rate!
Course registration fees increase by $100 after next Thursday.
Monterey is a spectacular coastal community in northern California with gorgeous weather year-round. Visitors from around the world come to Monterey to experience its natural beauty, cultural resources and rich historic past. Take advantage of the location and continue your professional development!
As economic developers work to improve the communities in which they work, real estate development and reuse often comes forward as a popular economic development tool. In this course, participants will be introduced to the land development process, with an emphasis on the role that the economic developer plays. Participants will learn about the various tools that are available at the local level, including tax increment financing, bonds, land assembly and eminent domain, in addition to the many federal programs available.
The agenda http://www.iedconline.org/?p=Training_Real_Estate_CA#agenda
Instructor biography http://www.iedconline.org/?p=Training_Real_Estate_CA#instructors
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- Overview of the land development process
- Market, site and financial analysis
- The roles of private, public and non-profit sectors
- Considerations when providing gap financing
- Local and Federal tools and resources
- An overview of brownfields redevelopment
- Issuing a request for proposal (RFP) or request for qualifications (RFQ)
Owner & Principal
Allan D. Kotin & Associates
Allen Kotin, Owner and Principal of Allan D. Kotin & Associates will be teaching fundamental skills that every economic developer must know. Allan Kotin has over 48 years of experience in real estate economics with an emphasis on financial planning, redevelopment, and economic development. He has extensive experience in financial analysis, financial structuring, and transaction negotiation for public agencies and private clients.
Learn about the real estate development process in a top Californian destination! Take advantage of this opportunity and register today.
* This course qualifies as a professional development requirement needed to sit for the Certified Economic Developers (CEcDs) Exam. CEcDs earn recertification credits for participation. *
In conjunction with the Association of Defense Communities Annual Conference http://www.defensecommunities.org/AnnualConference/index.html
Posted June 18, 2008
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