Cambridge Finance is a partner of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and has worked with them developing the below courses and certificates (both online and face to face).
Developed in partnership with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, this course aims to enhance surveyors’ knowledge and skills in real estate finance and investment.
By attending this course, delegates will improve their performance when interacting with clients from the finance and investment community as they will be able to grasp their objectives and motivations.
On this course, participants will build up knowledge from time value of the money to understanding about the financial markets and debt structures, in both public (listed) and private markets and main terms. They will learn how to access the debt markets, the main players, and how to calculate simple debt structure, interest payments and loan amounts.
By enhancing the knowledge and skills in real estate finance, participants will be enabled to improve their performance when interacting with clients from the finance and investment community.
This course is for practicing professionals in the real estate or finance industry. The course content assumes that you have a background in property, although you will not need any specific knowledge in property finance and funding before starting this course.
Module list encompasses: 1)
Real Estate as an Investment; 2) Property Finance and Funding; 3) Accounting Principles and Procedures; 4) Corporate Finance, 5) Financial Modelling; 6) Investment Management: 7)Indirect Investment Vehicles
Enhance your knowledge and skills in real estate finance and improve your performance when interacting with clients from the finance and investment community.
Comprehend the difference between the main asset classes, how they are priced and their performance measured
Apply the main terminologies used in the financial markets and comprehend how they translate to the property assets
Explore the range of real estate investment vehicles and how these can be structured, priced and analysed on a risk-adjusted basis
Improve business interactions with investors and clients from the financial market.