Residential Real Estate Review
Tuesday, November 7
9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Coffee and Networking
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Program
Curry Student Center
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Real estate is one of the easiest assets for researchers to identify on their prospects. After all, we typically know a prospect’s home address and how much easier could it be than to simply stick that address into a real estate valuation website? Unfortunately, unlike that famous office supply store motto: “that was easy,” there is no “easy” button when it comes to truly understanding what a prospect’s property may mean as it relates to their potential capacity.
Focusing on residential real estate in the United States, this interactive session will provide a brief history of the mortgage industry and its impact on real estate values, define the different types of “values” you might encounter when researching a prospect’s property and explore some of the regional and situational nuances that you may want to consider.
While there may be no “easy” button, having a better understanding of – and appreciation for – the real estate information you encounter on a day-to-day basis, will arm you with the tools needed to better analyze how you decide to attribute real estate holdings to a prospect’s overall wealth and capacity.
Campus Map (see #50 - Curry Student Center):
From the North (via Route I-93 or Route 1):
Take the Storrow Drive exit, and proceed to the Fenway exit. Follow signs for Boylston Street inbound, and bear right onto Westland Avenue. Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue, proceed to the third traffic light, and turn right onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue.
From the West (via Route I-90, Massachusetts Turnpike):
Take Exit 22 (Copley Square), and bear right. Proceed to the first traffic light, and turn right onto Dartmouth Street. Take the next right onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue.
From the West (via Route 9):
Proceed east on Route 9; it will become Huntington Avenue. Turn right onto Ruggles Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Tremont Street. At the second set of lights, turn left onto Melnea Cass Boulevard, and then turn left onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue.
From the South (via I-93, Route 3):
Take Exit 18 (Massachusetts Avenue/Roxbury/Frontage Road). Turn left at the third light, staying in one of the two left lanes. Proceed straight onto Melnea Cass Boulevard. Continue for approximately two miles and turn left onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue.
Renaissance Parking Garage, 835 Columbus Avenue, Boston, MA 02120
Via Public Transportation:
Northeastern is accessible by subway via the Green Line of the MBTA. From downtown Boston, take an “E” train outbound to the Northeastern stop, the first stop above ground. The campus can also be reached from downtown via the Orange Line by taking any train going outbound to Forest Hills and getting off at Ruggles Station. Commuter rail lines connect with the Orange Line at Ruggles Station, Back Bay Station, and North Station.
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