Events Calendar


Real Estate E & O Insurance Commercial Legal Update 2017

Instructor: Jennifer Clee

Pre-requisites: Must hold a valid license for trading under the Real Estate Services Act.

PDP accredited: Cat. A - 6 credits

Now in its 7th year of production, Commercial Legal Update continues to deliver the latest critical updates in legal and regulatory compliance, as well as best practice reminders for all commercial licensees in the province. For 2017, the Independent Advisory Group recommendations to the Real Estate Council will guide discussions—additional new content that emerges from the recommendations will be introduced through 2017 as it becomes public. The remainder of the course will challenge commercial licensees with new and recurring topics, supported through court cases, consent orders and tips for risk mitigation. 

Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver 2433 Spruce Street, Vancouver, BC


CCIM Foundations for Success in Commercial Real Estate

Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Thompson Training Room


Vancouver Real Estate Forum

Vancouver’s Leading Real Estate Conference For 25 years the Vancouver Real Estate Forum has become the largest annual conference on real estate investment and management issues in the region. It has developed this reputation by offering high-quality speakers on very topical issues at relatively low registration fees. Once again, this year’s Forum will deliver a fast-paced, information-packed program focusing on key issues and challenges facing real estate investors, developers, asset managers, brokers and other professionals active in every facet of commercial, industrial, residential and investment real estate.

Vancouver Convention Centre West 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver


Environmental Due Diligence & Baseline Property Condition Assess

Join us for an informative, 3 PDP credit, Category C breakfast event on Tuesday, October 16 in Vancouver or Thursday, November 15 in Coquitlam. Our panel of experts will provide you with a useful introduction to B.C.’s environmental regulations and phased assessment process. They will review significant changes in B.C.’s environmental regulations over the last decade and how that affects development, management, financing, assessment, and remediation of real estate in BC. You'll learn about:
  • key items that should be addressed by real estate advisors to ensure the overall costs of environmental due diligence can be minimized;
  • mitigation of your legal risks and provide case examples of past litigations
  • vital information regarding baseline property conditions assessments which will help REALTORS® identify the overall current and future potential deficiencies and expenditures associated with the site.
  • Fairmont Waterfront Hotel 900 Canada Place, Vancouver


    Introduction to the Principles of Commercial Leasing

    Instructor: Michael Leroux Pre-requisites: Must hold a valid license for trading under the Real Estate Services Act. PDP accredited: Cat. B - 6 credits

    This course offers an introduction to commercial leases. It is designed for the residential REALTOR® who may be interested in gaining understanding and knowledge of the basic components of an Offer to Lease, and the leasing process.

    The Landlord/Tenant relationship is very different than a seller/buyer relationship. There are many important issues that can adversely affect this business relationship if the lease agreement is poorly understood or poorly constructed. Landlords and tenants look to REALTORS® for their expertise and guidance in completing a successful leasing process.

    In this introductory course, participants will be introduced to how a commercial lease is created and its basic component parts, certain significant provisions, and the different types of commercial leases. Using a case study, participants will take part in a hands-on activity to prepare a simple and binding Offer to Lease.

    The concepts which will be learned will have application to commercial retail units, office space and warehouse premises.

    Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Define the basic terminology of commercial leases.
  • Describe the different types of tenancies.
  • Explain the essential elements of a commercial lease.
  • Identify the different types of commercial leases.
  • Recognize the common provisions of commercial leases.
  • Identify key differences between leases of strata lots and standard commercial premises.
  • Describe the differences between Guarantor, Indemnitor and Covenantor and when to apply them.
  • Successfully prepare a simple and binding Offer to Lease including avoiding key risks and errors.
  • Once you have registered, don't forget to download the course material.

    Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver 2433 Spruce Street, Vancouver, BC


    CCIM CI-101: Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment R.E.

    This four day course is designed to provide you with a thorough understanding of financial analysis tools, concepts and calculations for Commercial Investment Real Estate. It will also provide you with the foundation you will need to take subsequent CCIM courses to achieve the CCIM designation, if you so choose. A CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) is a recognized expert in the commercial and investment real estate industry. It is earned after successfully completing a designation process that ensures CCIMs are proficient not only in theory, but also in practice. This course will also introduce you to two other important tools: the CCIM Strategic Analysis Model, the fundamentals behind the numbers; and the CCIM Decision-Making Model, a process for analyzing and making real estate decisions. During the course, you will learn how to use key financial concepts such as Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Net Present Value (NPV), Cap Rate, Capital Accumulation, and the Annual Growth Rate of Capital to compare different types of commercial real estate investments.

    Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver 2433 Spruce Street, Vancouver Thompson Training Room


    CCIM CI-102 - Market Analysis for Commercial Investment R.E.

    One of CCIM’s most innovative core courses, CI 102 shows you how to deploy big data and the most advanced digital tools to assess critical issues like market demand, location facility, and supply-chain strategy. CI 102 students learn BAO mapping and data analytics to help their clients select store locations; others use Tapestry Segmentation to determine demand for apartment properties. In CI 102, you’ll work with four case studies covering each of the major property types: office, industrial, multifamily, and retail.

    UBC Robson Square Campus 800 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2C5