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BOMA Québec and the Ivanhoé Cambridge Chair in Real Estate of UQÀM's School of Management Sciences (ESG) are delighted to present a series of video clips on various occupations in the world of real estate. This should make those occupations better known across the academic community. Those videos were directed by Jean-Luc Paquette and produced by the audiovisual services of UQÀM.
We invite you to watch the first videos on the following work profiles:
Becoming an investor in real estate requires to learn how to locate, buy, manage and sell timely commercial, industrial and residential buildings, sometimes very large and for multiple purposes in all corners of the world.
It also means learning how to develop those buildings and implement appropriate strategies to add value and make them more attractive on the market
One of the new challenges for the next generation in real estate law is to learn how to provide appropriate legal advice to all their clients' real estate requirements with a customized approach for each project.
This also means standing at the forefront of negotiations or litigations with tenants, suppliers, neighbors, owners, municipalities, lenders, investors and even the whole community.
The priority for new recruits in real estate brokerage and consulting is to master the real estate market, property buildings and buildings under construction or planning in order to meet space requirements of clients, from both public and private sectors.
It also means learning how to size client needs in terms of space to provide custom-made solutions, to reflect their vision, their strategy and their business development.
The center piece of any realty assessment is to be able to formulate an objective opinion on the real estate value of a property for the purpose of acquisition, disposition, expropriation, litigation, arbitrage or due diligence.
This means acquiring expertise in various disciplines such as information technology, finance, geography and risk management to keep track of the most recent developments in property assessment.
Becoming a financial expert in real estate requires the ability to arrange the financing of small as well as large construction and building restoration projects in residential, multi-residential, commercial and industrial property.
Real estate funding must also take into account the need of sustainable development by incorporating the full life cycle of a building and integrate harmoniously the property into their environment.
Handling building management systems requires a good mastering of supervision and control systems to ensure proper technical and mechanical maintenance of buildings and industrial installations such as : electrical systems, plumbing, access control, telecommunications and occupational health and safety.
It also involves implementing control systems for energy efficiency, air quality and security for each stage of the property life cycle