Claude Boiron doesn't just sell commercial and residential real estate, he teaches the subjects at York University and University of Toronto. In the two books he's written on the subjects he stresses his philosophy of co-operation with other agents, nurturing acute listening skills and sensitivity to the needs of others, and a thorough knowledge of every technical facet of the business, all of which leads to an ability to unite disparate parties in real estate deals, which tend to leave everyone happily satisfied.
Whether you're a Seller who could benefit from his market and product knowledge or a Buyer in need of guidance from an astute deal-maker, working with Claude is akin to buying an insurance policy. He gives you the best chance of selling on your terms, or buying what you need, where you need, for a price you can afford.
I have been teaching commercial real estate investing at U of T and York U for the last several years. It’s been a very popular course, and this year I will be teaching it again this Winter at U of T commencing January 14th, 2015. To learn more about it and to register, please refer to the link below.
We always get very good feed-back on this course:
“The life experience examples were very valuable.”
“The invited Mortgage Broker was an interesting session.”
“The course is very practical and there are lots of practical advice to be used in actual life ie. Some clauses to use in a lease agreement, what to look in a purchase agreement and other things.”
“The most positive aspects were being able to learn from others in the class. The instructors answered all questions well.”
“Learned how to improve my investments in income generating properties."
"Learned how to save property taxes on vacant commercial units."
"Very practical course. ”
“Good real life examples that are of practical use.”
“Relaying Real Life experiences regarding commercial property inivestment.”
Start Date: January 14th, 2015 End Date: February 18th, 2015
Real Estate is the ultimate low-risk road to wealth. "On his death bed in 1848, John Jacob Astor, who was worth the equivalent in today's money of $78 billion US, lamented not having purchased all of Manhattan's Real Estate." There is money to be made in commercial real estate especially when the stock market is not doing well. However there are few comprehensive resources for people wanting to know how to profit in this field. This course will cover the entire investment process step-by-step; from deciding whether to invest in commercial Real Estate to finding properties, to assessing them, getting financing, legal and tax aspects and more. Covering everything from multi-family units to industrial buildings to office and retail buildings, this practical course will help you increase the return on your investment.
*There are no prerequisites for this course*