CRE Basics: Underwriting Retail and Valuation Starts September 16

The goal of MBA Education’s Underwriting Retail and Valuation is to help participants understand the basic concepts of underwriting a retail property.

This four-part instructor-guided online course reviews the various types of retail, how retail income and expenses are derived, important retail lease clauses and how retail is valued. The course concludes with a discussion of common retail lending risks and risk mitigants.

Underwriting Retail and Valuation is one of eight courses in MBA Education’s CRE Basics series. Click HERE for more information.

Dates and Lessons:

– Wednesday, September 16: Types of Retail, Lending Platforms, and the Lending Process

– Wednesday, September 23: Deriving Retail Income and Expenses

– Wednesday, September 30: Retail Valuation

– Wednesday, October 7: Retail Lending Risks and Risk Mitigants


Lessons 1, 2 and 4 – 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET

Lesson 3 – 1:00 – 2:30 PM ET

Attendees can expect to:

-Identify lending platforms in the capital market that provide retail financing

-Describe the various types of retail properties

-Outline key components to the retail market

-Interpret the income and expense categories common for retail properties

-Demonstrate how income and expenses are projected

-Describe how retail properties are valued

-Summarize common risks related to retail lending and associated risk mitigants

Who Should Attend?
– Originators

– Loan Processors

– Analysts and Junior Analysts

– Loan Closers

– Servicers

– Individuals seeking a career in commercial real estate

Please note:

MBA Diversity and Inclusion scholarship opportunities are available for this offering. Click HERE for more information.