The 1772 Foundation’s Historic Real Estate Finance Training Program
Part 1: Historic Real Estate Finance is a pre-requisite for participation in Part 2.
Part 2: The Art of Historic Real Estate Deal Structuring,
Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 2015
National Trust for Historic Preservation Headquarters
2600 Virginia Ave., Suite 1100
Washington, D.C. 20037
Hotel and Travel Information: Training will take place in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood and is accessible via DC Metro (Foggy Bottom Metro stop). Attendees will be responsible for securing their own hotel and travel accommodations. Foggy Bottom is near Georgetown neighborhood which offers a variety of hotel accommodations. There are two airports servicing DC; Dulles International (IAD) and Reagan National (DCA) (which is closer drive/metro ride to Foggy Bottom). Amtrak and commuter train services via Union Station are on a main DC Metro line accessible to Foggy Bottom.
The NDC Real Estate Development Finance training was one of the most exceptional trainings I have ever had. The instructor was very knowledgeable, patient, and helped to make the material applicable to preservation projects”
“Between the real-life examples and the hands-on assignments, I left the training feeling better equipped to do the work my organization needs me to do for us to be successful”
“I felt I was looking at the rehabilitation world with entirely new eyes despite a decade plus being active on these issues”
The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Development Council are pleased to again offer a unique training opportunity for preservation professionals, advocates and all those working on historic real estate projects. These high-level, fast-paced, intensive workshops look at the real estate development process including underwriting, appraisals, cash flow, depreciation, passive income/loss, syndication, tax credits and more. The curriculum is based on the National Development Council’s highly regarded real estate finance modules, but has been specifically tailored to address historic preservation projects.
Who should apply?
Individuals directly involved in historic real estate development as well as those who act as advocates or intermediaries of historic preservation projects involving real estate are encouraged to apply. Participants will be chosen through a competitive application process and are expected to possess either experience in historic preservation or in real estate development. Priority will be given to Preservation Leadership Forum members. Note, no payment is due at this point. If you are not selected as a scholarship recipient you will receive a seperate registration form.
Scholarships will be available per session for partial tuition and partial travel expenses. Priority for scholarships goes towards Main Street Managers and Staff, Students in historic preservation or related fields, Revolving fund managers and Forum members. If you are not selected as a scholarship recipient you will have the option to register as an attendee via a seperate registration form.
After completing both part 1 and part 2 of the training participants will receive a certification from NDC as a Real Estate Development Finance Professional, along with a plaque for display. Click here for a sample agenda from previous trainings. Learn more about the training from a participant's perspective in this Preservation Leadership Forum blog posts, Real Estate Training "Push" Empowers Ohio Preservation and The Tool of Real Estate in the Historic Preservation Toolbox
The 1772 Foundation's Historic Real Estate Finance Training is a program of Preservation Leadership Training®(PLT), click here to learn more about PLTs.
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