Recorded Webinars

Finance and Asset Management Solutions: Leverage - Negotiating and Managing Debt Structures

In this webinar, David Domres, CPM, will discuss structuring and managing debt effectively.

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Leadership Development: Delegating Responsibility

Wouldn’t it be nice to have enough time to complete all your work? Maybe even have a little free time to work on those new projects you have been putting off?  Delegating responsibility is one of the toughest competencies for a new supervisor (and for a lot of experienced supervisors) to master. It is one of the key competencies that real estate management professionals have identified as being critical for success. Research suggests that leaders who delegate authority more frequently often have higher performing businesses.

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Introduction to Building Codes for Real Estate Managers

As part of the Building Codes Toolkit developed by FEMA Federal Insurance & Mitigation Administration (FIMA), Risk Reduction Division, Building Science Branch, the purpose of this presentation is to inform and equip Real Estate Managers about the value of building codes and how they increase occupant safety and disaster resilience.

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Finance and Asset Management Solutions: Increasing Cash Flow Through Effective Leverage

Maximize cash flow to a client by evaluating the factors that drive effective financing. In this webinar, David Domres, CPM, will discuss factors that affect net operating income, value and varying structures and effectiveness of debt utilizing IREM’s Financial Analysis Spreadsheet tool.

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Leadership Development: Conflict Management

The IREM Job Analysis identifies conflict management as one of the critical leadership competencies required of property and asset managers. One of the common myths is that conflict is inherently bad and should be minimized or avoided at all costs. On the contrary, properly managed conflict can lead to greater innovation, performance, and even improved cohesion within a team—creating an environment for open and honest discussions. Of course, if it’s not managed properly, conflict can also have the opposite results.

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Aging in Place: Is Your Association Ready for the Next Challenge?

In a recent survey, 90% of adults over the age 65 report that they would prefer to stay in their current residences as they age.  How will this affect the property management industry and the Condo/HOA segment in particular?  While there are no specific answers on how to handle the issues that seniors face, we as property managers should be aware of the aging population and how to best serve them. 

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Leadership Development: Critical Thinking

IREM’s Job Analysis lists “Critical Thinking” as one of the top five competencies required for success. Real estate managers are constantly making decisions and solving problems. They have to correctly interpret a myriad of financial data, understand market conditions, and identify operating and personnel issues. The profitability of a real estate management company, and the properties it manages, depends on skillful analysis and action. 

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