Hold vs Sell Decision

Commercial Real Estate Investing Class

One of the most important decisions for real estate investors is to hold an investment or sell it. This class will demonstrate a methodology to evaluate the hold vs. sell decision. Investment pro-forma’s will be used to measure the impact of keeping an investment or selling it.

Topics will include:

  • Estimating Investment Base
  • Forecasting cash flows
  • Comparing alternative investment strategies
  • Estimate investment performance with Net Present Value and IRR.

Registration is at $50.Seats are limited to 50! RSVP in advance to reserve your spot!

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The presentation will be put on by Curtis Gabhart, CCIM and Mark Goldman, CCIM of SDSU. 

Curtis Gabhart has been a successful Real Estate professional for more than a decade. He has a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from the CCIM Institute. He is a Director at Keller Williams Commercial Brokerage and President of Gabhart Investments, Inc, a privately held real estate investment firm that manages a syndication of private investors, specializing in acquiring and renovating single and multi-family properties. He also serves on the Commercial Advisory Board at the University of San Diego Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate and he teaches commercial real estate courses for the California Association of REALTORS® and San Diego Association of REALTORS®. He has been recognized by members of Congress, California State Senators, the City of San Diego, and had a day named after him in the County of San Diego for his community service and dedication to the community. He was awarded as the Dealmaker of the Year for 2015 in Retail and Multi-Family category.

Mark Goldman has been a loan officer in San Diego since 1991. He has a degree in real estate finance from the University of Connecticut. Mark has a Certified Commercial Investment Member [CCIM] designation from the CCIM Institute. He has authored several books on real estate financial analysis and given seminars on real estate financial analysis and financial planning topics. Mark also teaches real estate finance at SDSU. His areas of expertise include analyzing financing alternatives and searching for specialized loan programs. Mark has been a “Certified Community Home Buyers’ Program” instructor. He can help to maximize your home purchasing power or achieve your refinancing goals.