Analyzing Leases, Capital Improvements & Financial Performance: The role of the Real Estate Asset Manager

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The heart of asset management is analysis: deciding how and when to spend money. For this reason, conducting financial analyses, reviewing leases, and evaluating proposed capital improvement projects are key functions undertaken by real estate asset managers. This report addresses these topics to gain a better understanding of how asset managers use the quantitative skills and financial modeling techniques at their disposal to guide investment decisions, with specific attention given to:

  • Factors that influence the complexity of financial analysis
  • Analytical skills and financial competencies required of asset managers
  • Analyzing versus approving leases and capital improvement projects
  • Effectively managing leasing teams
  • Practical considerations for property managers working with asset managers

This report is part of IREM’s Real Estate Asset Management Initiative, which explores the points of connectivity between the property management and the asset management professions, as well as ways to help individuals working in both fields collaborate more effectively. It draws upon ongoing contributions from practitioners representing real estate investment and service firms in the United States. It was written by Dustin C. Read, PhD/JD, assistant professor of property management and real estate at Virginia Tech.

Copyright: 2018
Format: Soft cover; 32 pages
ISBN: 978-1-57203-265-1

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