Real Estate 101
Real estate is typically the second largest budget item for nonprofits, so it’s a high priority for senior staff and board of directors. To support these nonprofits, TREC launched Real Estate 101, an introductory overview to the complexities of real estate for nonprofits.
This year Eliza Solender, president of Solender/Hall Commercial Real Estate Services and panels of commercial real estate experts and nonprofit executives will facilitate five two-hour workshops. There is no cost to attend. Sessions are only open to senior level nonprofit professionals who hold responsibility for real estate decisions. Participating organizations must complete four of the five sessions.
Sessions are from 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at TREC’s office. Download the application. Applications are due July 1. Please contact Kelcey Hamilton with questions. Download the guidelines for more information.
Module I: Real Estate Overview
Module II: Becoming a Savvy Tennant, Buyer or Seller
Module III: Site Selection, City Planning and Zoning
Module IV: Lessons Learned from Construction
Module V: Finding the Money