Environmental Issues Affecting the Real Estate Market
Course Synopsis: Student will gain overall understanding of the hazards associated with asbestos, lead-based paint and mold and microbial growth. They will be able to identify the situations when the potential hazards are present and be informed for the various options in dealing with regulations applicable to the real estate transaction and the best practices for addressing the problem. Student will learn key steps to providing meaningful advice and recommendations regarding environmental issues, avoiding potential litigation, while still looking out for the best interest of their clients. This course applies to 3 hours of Intermediate credit towards salesperson and broker continuing education from the Nebraska Real Estate Commission. Certificates of completion will be awarded at the end of the class.
Course Title: Environmental Issues Affecting the Real Estate Market #0931R
Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Time: 8:30 am to 11:30 am (beverages and light breakfast provided by Paul Davis Restoration)
Location: Office of Paul Davis Restoration
Address: 4226 S 80th Street
Omaha, NE 68127
Cost for BOMA Members: FREE
Cost for Non-Members: $35.00
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High Performance Sustainable Building Principles
High performance and sustainable facilities are no longer simply strived for by environmentally conscious companies. They are what your competition is doing and what your customers expect. This course will help provide the necessary support you need for building a business case for sustainable initiatives in your organization. You will learn how applying sustainable best practices to every aspect of the built environment will drive operational efficiency.
You will learn how to:
Present the business case for a high-performance sustainable building
Engage, market and communicate to owners and tenants
Fund sustainable initiatives
Apply sustainable HP practices to every segment of the built environment
Attain top-to-bottom organization buy-in
How you can benefit:
Become a knowledgeable advocate in your organization
Enhance RPA or FMA designations with HP
Gain credit toward a BOMI Certificate
Develop competencies to move your building management career forward
Rick Yoder, PE SFP, works as the Sustainability Lead for the UNO College of Business Administration (CBA) and a business advisor for the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC). He focuses on culture change to improve energy efficiency, water conservation, material efficiency, indoor air quality, and building utilization.
Fees and registration: $995, BOMA members $1,095 non-members Registration fee includes the course and exam fee.
BOMI registration fee: A one time fee covers the three classes that are part of the High Performance Building Designation. $75, for those with BOMI designation; $175 for those without.
Dates: 4 Fridays - June 3,10,17 and 22
Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Location: UNO College Of Business
Address: Mammel Hall 100L - 6708 Pine Street
Omaha, NE 68182
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