Training and Education The University of British Columbia September 2010 – Present Sauder School of Business: Post-Graduate in Real Property Valuation / AACI (60 credit program) Notable Achievements + Academic Competencies: The University of British Columbia & The AACI – Scholarship for highest grade Urban land economics – application and theory Real estate financial investment analysis and reports Commercial level real estate appraisal analysis and reports Real estate and business law The University of British Columbia December 2014 Sauder School of Business: Real Estate Trading Services License Simon Fraser University January 2005 – May 2010 Bachelors Degree Notable Achievements + Academic Competencies Segal Graduate School of Business: Product design and innovation award Quantitative and qualitative research methods and design – trained social scientist Diversity training for care facilities research study and proposal Primary research on behavioral dynamics and power – sociology/psychology Crime prevention through environmental and urban design – model community Managerial and financial accounting, marketing, leadership, business writing, statistics and analysis Commercial law, criminal law and Canadian law & legal institutions Real Estate – Academic Training In addition to my undergraduate degree, I have completed the following real estate studies at UBC as a part of the AACI program. BUSI 100 (3) Micro Foundations of Real Estate Economics This course introduces the basic principles of microeconomics and applies these concepts to current real estate issues. Topics covered include opportunity costs, supply and demand, elasticity, market equilibrium, efficiency and equity, the role of the government, consumer choice, externalities, imperfect competition, and monopolies. BUSI 101 (3) Capital Markets and Real Estate This course examines the impact of current monetary and fiscal policies on real estate investment decisions. The overall quality of production and the overall price level are used to monitor developments in the economy as a whole. The monetary system is studied as a crucial element in determining the long-run behaviour of price levels, the inflation rate, and other nominal variables. Monetary and fiscal policy is analyzed through open and closed economies. BUSI 121 (3) Foundations of Real Estate Mathematics This course introduces the techniques of investment and statistical analysis in a real estate context. Topics include: statistical techniques, cash flow analysis, discounting, compounding, and the mathematics of real estate finance and investment analysis. There is also a brief overview of graphing and surveying. BUS 251 (SFU) Financial Accounting: provides an introductory view of financial accounting. The course emphasizes the use of financial accounting information as a decision-making tool; addresses the limitations of accounting information and encourages a critical evaluation of choices made in selecting accounting policies. Throughout the course, students will study the financial reporting of a chosen real company and learn to understand and interpret the information provided. BUS 254 (SFU) Managerial Accounting: This course builds on the fundamental concepts introduced in financial accounting and examines a variety of tools and techniques used by managers to operate their business. Topics include cost concepts and behaviour, product costing systems, pricing and product-mix decisions, process and activity decisions, capital budgeting, planning and control, and competitive management methods. BUSI 300 (3) Urban and Real Estate Economics This course examines urban and real estate economics, illustrating how economic principles affect the demand for real estate, the operation of real estate markets, and the relationship between land use, land value and location. The overall objective of the course is to introduce the most important issues and topics in the study of cities and real estate markets, and to show how microeconomic principles can be used to critically analyze these problems BUSI 330 (3) Foundations of Real Estate Appraisal Introduction to concepts and techniques for appraising the value of real estate. This course begins with an introduction to the appraisal profession in Canada and summarizes the appraisal process. The three classic approaches to value are presented and analyzed as they may be applied to single-family and small, multi-family residential properties. BUSI 331 (3) Real Estate Investment Analysis and Advanced Income Appraisal Valuation techniques for income real estate, including income method of appraisal, tax consequences of real property ownership, and portfolio analysis methodology. BUSI 400 (3) Residential Property Analysis This course is designed to give real estate professionals, particularly appraisers, a working knowledge of the physical aspects of residential properties. The course covers how houses are sited, designed, and constructed in Canada, as well as how factors such as design, material selection, and construction type affect their value. Also covered will be the identification and evaluation of problems due to design, construction, or deterioration, their effect on value, and how problems should be reported. BUSI 401 (3) Commercial Property Analysis This course covers the underlying theory and techniques used in the design, construction, and inspection of commercial properties. The course will examine office, retail, apartment, industrial, and agricultural properties, as well as environmental issues and space measurement. BUSI 442 (3) Case Studies in Appraisal I This course illustrates the practical application of techniques of real estate appraisal. The case studies build upon foundational appraisal principles in examining a wide range of valuation assignments, including: multiple-unit residential buildings, industrial uses, office buildings, retail properties, land valuation, agricultural uses, expropriation, and review appraisal. Investment decisions will be analyzed from various perspectives. BUSI 452 (3) Case Studies in Appraisal II (Current) This course continues BUSI 442’s study of practical applications of real estate appraisal techniques. The case studies build upon foundational appraisal principles in examining a wide range of valuation assignments, including: business valuation, machinery and equipment, hotels, impaired properties, market analysis/feasibility studies, and an assortment of special purpose properties. The readings conclude with an examination of various specialized areas in real estate valuation practice.
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