The Center for Real Estate    



MAY 2014


May 1-2, 2014
CRE Spring Board Meeting

 Big Canyon Country Club
(board members only)


May 21, 2014
CRE Board Members Special Engagement

Location:  TBD

Time:  5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

(board members only)











Introducing a new course:




Commercial Real Estate

Financial Analysis


Gain the necessary technological aptitude and technological skill sets to be a successful commercial real estate practitioner. Students will learn how to utilize Argus Valuation DCF® software—the industry standard in preparing commercial real estate cash flow projections and asset valuations. Additionally, students will develop the necessary excel skill sets to prepare property cash flows and create dynamic and sophisticated commercial real estate valuation models to evaluate transactions on both an unlevered and levered basis.


Date: Course 1: Tuesdays, June 3 - July 8, 2014 and Course 2: Thursdays, July 10 - August 14, 2014 (6 meetings) Time: 5:15 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: Paul Merage School of Business, Room SB 223

Price: $845.00 The Center for Real Estate at the UC Irvine Merage School of Business is offering scholarships and discounts to Current Merage students (MBA candidate or undergrad), UCI Alumni, and current CRE advisory board members.


Please Note:  Students will need to purchase the "student version" of Argus Software and a laptop computer is required for each class.


Tim Geiman is a director in the Orange County office of HFF, where he is primarily responsible for institutional investment sales for office, retail, and lodging assets.  He has a diverse commercial real estate background which includes extensive experience in real estate investments, investment banking and asset management.  He served as an adjunct assistant professor in New York University’s Master of Science in Real Estate program, and has lectured in the Paul Merage School of Business at UC Irvine.










































































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