Fred Prasses “Investment Real Estate: Finance and Asset Management” certainly steps out of the crowd of real estate-related books by primarily focusing on what professional real estate management workers do to accomplish the best interest of the company’s clients. “Investment Real Estate: Finance and Asset Management” also provides information on how budgets are done, predicts forecasts, and analyzes how cash will flow. Also, it provides useful information on how various aspects of the fieldwork together with real estate investment and what the expectations of owners are for professionals.
About the Author
Fred is a Certified Property Manager (CPM) and has been in the real estate business for over 30 years. He is a founding member of the PMC Management Group based in La Crosse, Wisconsin, which specializes in multi-family property management throughout western Wisconsin. He is a licensed real estate broker and has been in the real estate business since 1973.
He is the author of Investment Real Estate: Finance and Asset Management, a college-level textbook published by the Institute of Real Estate Management, Chicago, Illinois.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Why Real Estate Finance?
- Chapter 2: Economics of Real Estate Investment
- Chapter 3: The Finance Function
- Chapter 4: Accounting Basics
- Chapter 5: Understanding and Implementing Budgets
- Chapter 6: Cash Flow Analysis
- Chapter 7: Financial Reporting
- Chapter 8: Financing Basics
- Chapter 9: Loan Analysis
- Chapter 10: Time Value of Money
- Chapter 11: Measuring the Performance of Properties
- Chapter 12: Property Valuation
- Chapter 13: Discounted Cash Flow
- Chapter 14: Financial Analysis and Making Recommendations\
- Chapter 15: Lease Analysis
- Chapter 16: After-Tax Cash Flow