Real estate professionals can benefit from training in accounting and finance specifically related to real estate, such as in learning to determine profitability, allocate revenue and develop financial shrewdness regarding real estate projects and deals.
Common concepts taught in these programs are:
- Understand accounting principles related to real estate
- Learn technical skills required for financial analysis
- Explain costs involved in real estate
- Become familiar with accounting rules specifically related to land sale
- Understand the leasing process
List of Real Estate Accounting Courses
Foundations of Real Estate Accounting Course
Students discuss ways to modify and apply accounting theories to real estate transactions in this course. Course assignments introduce enterprise-level accounting principles and techniques for tracking profits and costs. Additional topics include accounting models for internal cost accounting for real estate transactions.
Taxation in Real Estate Transactions Course
The class examines tax implications for the purchase, use and sale of real estate. Discussions include tax-saving tools and methods, assets and ownership, and sale of real estate.
Introduction to Real Estate Finance Course
Instructors introduce real estate financial tools to students, including due diligence analysis and commercial leases. Course assignments develop students' knowledge of financial terminology and prepare them to analyze real estate investment documents when examining accounting processes.
Real Estate Investment Course
Students build on their knowledge of real estate financial principles and explore a variety of real estate investing tools and opportunities. Course assignments examine investment reporting tools, improve the students' analysis skills and consider common issues in real estate investing. Additional topics include capital market issues, project evaluation and financing strategies. The course covers a variety of real estate ventures and investment opportunities.