A Property Manager's Impact on Determining Property Value

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11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: Pedro Vermales, MBA, CPM®, COS, FHS

How do the changes and decisions you make at a property affect its market value? This webinar will unpack two of real estate’s most common methods of finding value: the comparison grid analysis and the capitalization rate. Next time you ask your owner for additional funding, use these techniques to demonstrate how the value of the property may increase by your efforts. Join this enlightening webinar to understand the true impact a property manager can have on a property’s value.
Learning objectives:

  • Determine strategies to increase property value
  • Review how to complete a comparison grid analysis to gain insights into your property and determine gross potential income
  • Define capitalization rate and its applications using the Income, Rate, Value (IRV) formula to find market value and value added

Pedro Vermales Pedro is the co-founder of Horizon Housing Management LLC, FACTS for Apartments, and National Development Foundation Inc, a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation. His property management career started 40 years ago as a maintenance person and advanced to property improvement supervisor, regional manager, vice-president, president and principal of several national property management and development companies.

He is an active member and has chaired various national and local real estate association committees. He serves as instructor of property management and real estate related subjects for the Institute of Real Estate Management, the National Center for Housing Management and FACTS for Apartments. Additionally, he has over 30 years of bilingual international teaching experience.

Mr. Vermales has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from California Coast University, the professional designation of Certified Property Manager from the Institute of Real Estate Management and the Certified Occupancy Specialist and Fair Housing Specialist certification from the National Center for Housing Management. He also holds certifications in finance, human resources, maintenance, marketing, and low income housing tax credit.

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