A Better View for Real Estate Holdings and Legal Entities

Berkman Solutions

Watch this previously recorded webinar for real estate and legal professionals. Real Estate Holdings and Legal Entities show how to design an entity management practice for real estate investment.
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Wulvern is an award winning housing association, providing affordable homes and services across Cheshire and into Staffordshire. The Association, which aims to deliver ‘brilliant social housing’, manages over 5300 homes and has 15000 customers in and around Crewe and Nantwich.


How to Find, Analyse & Research Subdivision & Development Property

The 60-minute webinar will include how to: Instantly filter properties with development potential from the thousands of listings currently on the market Find big off-market blocks suitable for duplex or townhouse development Check for precedence in an area and identify the highest and best use of a site See at a glance: maximum building height, minimum lot size, council and zoning details View street frontage and easements See the demographic and household income for an area so you can build to the demand Run fast feasibility assessments for a duplex or townhouse development Work out Residual Land Value: the price ceiling when purchasing a block of land to achieve your minimum 20% profit margin Quickly generate Development Potential Reports to understand how much you will earn from your investment Set watchlist notifications to be emailed as soon as a shortlisted property hits the market
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LandVision Commercial Land Webinar: Quickly Find & Evaluate Property Opportunities

Digital Map Products

In this live product demo webinar, we illustrate how commercial real estate land professionals can use Digital Map Products' LandVision mapping solution to find, evaluate and capitalize on land and property opportunities.
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Drafting for Real Estate Lawyers

Understand the concepts and organization underlying residential and commercial real estate transaction documents.Residential and commercial real estate transactions are built upon the documents which lay out the terms and conditions for those transactions. In order to be effective, those documents must contain clearly articulated concepts and be organized so the parties to the transactions, and sometimes finders-of-fact (that is, judges and juries), can interpret those documents. It is a best practice if real estate transaction documents are designed and constructed from a proactive risk management perspective, using checklists to ensure the relevant substantive and procedural matters are addressed and not inadvertently dropped. This topic is intended to help real estate professionals such as developers, owners, property managers, engineers, surveyors, contractors, and attorneys understand how to prepare and review real estate documents in a variety of settings such as purchase and sale transactions, leases, development projects, shared ownership/management/cost-sharing arrangements (condominiums, cooperatives, owner associations), and mortgage financings.
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Boundary Problems and Property-Line Disagreements


Your telephone rings, you receive an email and/or a potential client drops by your office. They want you to perform a survey of their property, when can you come to the property and how much will it cost? You ask for the location of the property and their contact information. You thank them for giving you this opportunity to perform their land surveying services and began preparing a cost estimate for your land surveying services.
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