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CREBA, Benilde announce real estate courses

The Chamber of Real Estate & Builders’ Associations Inc. (CREBA) and the De La Salle College of Saint Benilde School of Professional and Continuing Education (DLS-CSB SPACE) will launch a new set of courses under the “Executive Diploma Program in Real Estate Management (EDPREM)” for 2020.

CREBA, Benilde announce real estate courses

Classes will be held at the CSB School of Design and Arts Campus at Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila from 1:00 to 8:30 PM, and will run for four consecutive Saturdays.

The EDPREM is open to current and would-be practitioners in the real estate development, business and service practice.  It is managed by a pool of facilitators and practitioners from the private sector, government and the academe and, covers six modules. 

The new cycle will begin with module 1, entitled “Effective real estate marketing tools” which will run from April 18-May 9.

Other course modules include: module 2, “Land laws and property titling” (May 23-June 13); module 3, “Real estate planning, development,  environmental concerns (June 27-July 18); module 4, “Highest and best uses for real estate” (August 8-29); module 5, “Real estate financial planning and management” (September 12-October 3); and module 6, “Real estate project feasibility studies” (October 17 to November 14).

Special discounts are available for CREBA members, government personnel, DLSU alumni, or early bird payments.  For reservations, please e-mail:  [email protected]  or [email protected]

Topics: Chamber of Real Estate & Builders’ Associations Inc , De La Salle College of Saint Benilde School of Professional and Continuing Education , Executive Diploma Program in Real Estate Management
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