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The Real Estate Financial Modeling Accelerator

Since starting A.CRE, Michael and I have fielded email after email requesting a more structured real estate financial modeling training program on the site. Over the years, we've covered hundreds of real estate modeling topics in our blog;…
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Textbook Review: Real Estate Finance and Investments (5th Edition)

The Non-Textbook, Textbook There are two dead giveaways that a book is a textbook - the length of it's title and the thickness of its bindings. Based on those metrics - a long title and thick bindings - this book passes the textbook…
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Single Tenant NNN Lease Valuation Model (Updated 9.18.2018)

I originally built this single tenant net lease (NNN) valuation Excel model back in 2016. Based on some feedback from a few of our readers, I've since made a few updates. This model is an attempt to re-think how the industry underwrites single-tenant…
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Understanding Treatment of Time 0 in the All-in-One Model

I received a very astute question/concern from a user of our All-in-One(Ai1) model in our Ai1 Support Forum late last month. I initially set out to answer the question in writing, but the more I thought about my response, the more I concluded…
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MBA or MRE? Why I Chose to Get Both and Some Considerations for What Might Be Right For You

Ever since Spencer wrote his post about why he chose to do an MRE as opposed to an MBA or a dual Master’s degree, I have been asked a lot by our readers about why I chose to go for both an MBA and MRE. Below I will discuss my rationale and…
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All About Cap Ex

In this post, we are going to take a deeper look into capital expenditures. What it is and how we account for it in cre underwriting. Capital expenditures, commonly referred to as Cap Ex, are expenses that occur outside of normal operating…
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A.CRE 101: CRE Risk Profiles

In this post we will go into detail about the four CRE risk profiles commonly ascribed to commercial real estate opportunities. In order of least risky to most risky, they are as follows: Core Core Plus Value Add Opportunistic This…
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A.CRE User Insights Survey

We need your help! As Adventures in CRE (A.CRE) has grown and evolved over the years, so have the needs of our readers. The challenge for Michael and I as we contemplate what new content to create, is knowing what resources will be most beneficial…
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Watch Me Build: Construction Draw Schedule

The video below and corresponding downloadable templates will walk you through how to build a basic construction draw schedule. Basic Construction Financing & Draw schedules: A Conceptual Overview A standard draw schedule with a basic…
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Keyboard Shortcuts I Use Constantly When Modeling in Excel (Formatting)

The more you model real estate in Microsoft Excel, the faster and more accurate you become - and hopefully as a consequence the more valuable you become to real estate employers and investors. Part of the process of mastering real estate financial…