Understanding the potential pros and cons of a real estate transaction can mean the difference between profit and peril. One of the ways investors achieve this is through the use of financial modeling which estimates and analyzes the potential financial impact of various scenarios on a property or portfolio of properties. Modeling can help assess the potential loss of income, capital, and other assets that could result from market declines, property deterioration, or other events. Financial modeling can also help identify potential solutions, such as property acquisition or refinancing, that could mitigate potential losses.
Unfortunately, financial modeling relies heavily on assumptions. And one of the most difficult assumptions to make for any financial model is risk. Risk can be described in terms of probability and impact. Likelihood refers to the likelihood of a particular event occurring, while impact refers to the potential financial consequences of that event. While there is no perfect mathematical formula for quantifying financial risk in real estate, there are many ways to improve our current methodologies.
Join us for this free webinar where we’ll explore the ways technology and advanced analytics can help improve our understanding of real estate valuation risk. Industry veterans Josh Panknin of NYU and John Rodgers, Director of Innovation at CoreLogic, along with Propmodo Editor-in-Chief Franco Faraudo, will explore how increased access to data and innovative new approaches to modeling change the way we assess risk and improve results.
Josh’s mission is to fundamentally transform the real estate industry through the development and implementation of cutting-edge technologies. By combining the immense technological resources of Columbia University with the sophistication of some of the world’s largest real estate companies, Josh and his team are tackling some of the fundamental problems with broad industry applications. In the spirit of some of the world’s most innovative organizations, Josh strives to bring together the concepts of systems thinking, deep industry knowledge, thought leadership, technology adaptation from other industries, and developing new technologies specifically for the built environment. With a more holistic view of the industry, a more fundamental understanding of the challenges and opportunities, and the resources to execute, Josh strives to drive meaningful improvements through technology in the real estate industry, which will will have profound benefits for the business and social worlds. .
John Rogers serves as Chief Innovation Officer for CoreLogic and is responsible for R&D. Of
drive new solutions that understand the impacts on the real estate economy due to climate change,
innovative models that identify suitable land for affordable housing development, the R&D group
tackles major housing issues and works with many housing industry clients to drive growth
and mitigate risks to their business portfolio.
Prior to joining CoreLogic, John was a partner at IBM Global Business Services where he focused on
delivering large, multimillion-dollar transformation programs for the U.S. financial sector
Kingdom and Australia. Prior to that, John worked as a consultant for Itim Consulting, a boutique
management company based in London. John’s main role was as program manager on a number of
missions providing total solutions in the fields of retail, pharmaceuticals, logistics and information services
John graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Glasgow, UK.
Franco holds an MBA in entrepreneurship and has worked with companies on their brand and content strategy. He has worked in real estate as an agent, manager and investor. He writes about the intersection between the physical and digital worlds and is co-founder of Propmodo.
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