Anatomy of A Shopping Center | Self-Paced - V.2

Content
13 modules

Difficulty
Basic

Rating

Course Length
3 hours

Instructor
REALTORS Real Estate School

Price
$25 - 28

Description

This course provides the student with a history of the shopping center and a basic overview of the shopping center industry in general, including development, leasing, and management.

3 Hours Elective CE Credit

Objectives

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand, identify and describe various types of shopping centers.
  2. Have a basic understanding of the shopping center development process.
  3. Understand basic elements in the shopping center site selection process.
  4. Understand the basics of the shopping center leasing process and be able to discuss the meaning and importance of tenants and tenant mix.
  5. Discuss important lease clauses specific to a shopping center lease.
  6. Understand and describe the insurance requirements for both tenant and shopping center.
  7. Understand who owns the shopping center and how it is financed.
  8. Understand the basics of shopping center management.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Online_AOS_Transcript - 564.003039

Learning Credits

CEU
3.0
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Course Overview
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Section 1 - Types of Shopping Centers
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Section 1 Quiz
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Section 2 - The Shopping Center Development and Re-development Process
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Section 2 Quiz
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Section 3 - The Site Selection Process
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Section 3 Quiz
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Section 4 - Building Design Considerations
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Section 4 Quiz
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Section 5 - Marketing & Leasing Considerations
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Section 5 Quiz
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Section 6 - Merchants' Associations & Cooperative Advertising Programs
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REQUIRED Course Survey
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