Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Categories: CID Metairie Classes
Instructors - Speakers: Robert J. Nahigian
Credits: 4
Format: Live Presentation
Member Price: $100 for CID
Non-Member Price: $150 for non CID

This class has been canceled, sorry for any inconvenience! 


This course will offer the tools that a student would undertake to conduct a feasibility analysis on a more productive use of functionally or economically obsolete commercial properties. The student may be acting as a consultant or broker advising to a buyer/developer. The information is also critical to seller brokers in establishing future value for the property and to set expectations to the buyer’s market. This module will summarize:

  1. The 4 components in the highest and best use methodology.
  2. Understanding how values will fluctuate based on highest and best use.
  1. How a broker can assist in the methodology by providing information and statistics in advance so to play an integral role in the highest and best analysis.
  2. Using the highest and best use analysis to step away from projects that are not feasible and to have the supporting data to explain to a client or seller why a project is not feasible.
  3. Students will be in teams and will consult on a New Orleans case study for highest and best use.



“No-shows” forfeit tuition.

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(NOTE:  The LREC does not allow licensees to receive credit for attending the same continuing education course from the same vendor in the same year.)

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