Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) December 12, 2011
Brian Linnekens, the President of Global Innovation Development, Inc. (“GID”), has just announced the launch of a free training series focused on helping young real estate professionals navigate the world of real estate development and investment. Brian Linnekens will now share his years of experience with all those seeking to enter the real estate development industry or those simply wishing to refine their knowledge regarding the vast topic of real estate.
The public may gain FREE ACCESS HERE: http://www.youtube.com/user/BrianLinnekens
Real estate development has historically been an apprentice based profession which has resulted in significant barriers to entry for most professionals wanting to explore the field. But with this bold move, Brian Linnekens has now pulled back the curtain on the entire industry by making this information available to the public. To learn more click the link above, or contact Brian Linnekens directly using the contact information shown.
Global Innovation Development promotes and manages premium mixed-use, multi-family and assisted living projects. GID focuses on opportunities with high barriers to entry such as below-market acquisition cost, irreplaceable location, and restrictive development environments. GID’s operations are designed to be lean, innovative, and flexible which uniquely positions it to offer these training webinars to the public during this uncertain economic environment.
To learn more please contact Brian Linnekens at the contact information above, or view other information about Brian Linnekens on the following site: http://brianlinnekens.wordpress.com/
The GID training program teaches students that in order to be successful in the development industry an individual must first understand that real estate development is a multi-faceted business encompassing activities ranging from the simple implementation of infrastructure on raw land through the large-scale master planning of complete lifestyle communities.
Regardless of the particular deal, developers must be equipped and able to manage every aspect of the development project. These functions include the location and evaluation of the target site; determination of the target market and building type; planning of the project, including the density, layout and footprint; obtaining of all of the necessary government approvals and permits; providing or securing the necessary construction and take-out financing; assembling the project team including the planners, architects, landscapers, designers, contractors, and others; constructing the building; then leasing or selling the completed building. With so many roles and responsibilities, the developer must simultaneously handle countless tasks and must coordinate every detail of the project. Any missed detail will inevitably damage the project, resulting in lost time and money.
As such, every new developer is well advised to acquire specialized training and education prior to entering the industry. Developers have historically come from a variety of backgrounds, including: construction, mortgage brokerage, real estate brokerage, consulting, and several others. Many have studied at a college or university with classes specifically focused on real estate investment, development and construction. But regardless of a person’s particular background, Mr. Linnekens believes that almost every successful real estate developer has first learned the industry by apprenticing with an established and successful developer before finding and promoting their own projects. Moreover, Mr. Linnekens has always found that his greatest successes have come from helping others first. This methodology is the driving force behind Mr. Linnekens’ willingness to launch this free training series and share it with the world.
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