Ready yourself for the demands of the Commercial Real Estate profession and know best practices, with ICBR’s Commercial Real Estate Certificate Program
Keeping with its mission to be Indiana’s leader in Commercial Real Estate education, ICBR is launching a new Commercial Real Estate Certificate Program.
This program offers a comprehensive curriculum spanning the industry, and is ideal for professionals new to or wanting to begin their commercial real estate career.
Courses are open to anyone, but those wishing to complete the certificate program must meet the following requirements:
- Successfully complete all 6 mandatory classes
- Successfully complete 3 of the 7 elective classes (attendance at the annual Indiana Commercial Real Estate Conference fulfills elective requirements)
- Take a comprehensive exam consisting of 60-90 questions with a passing grade of 75%+
In addition to counting toward the certificate’s completion, each course qualifies for two hours of continuing education for Indiana licensed brokers. Courses will be offered multiple times throughout the year.
Indianapolis CRE Certificate Crash Course, April 19-20. Fulfill your mandatory class requirement by attending all six classes offered over the two days, or register to attend each course individually.
Bloomington CRE Certificate Crash Course, June 27-28. Fulfill your mandatory class requirement by attending all six classes offered over the two days, or register to attend each course individually.
Stan Evans, JD, CCIM
Employed in real estate since 1984, Stan has worked in many facets of the industry including the management of brokerage, property management and development firms, land sales and acquisition, commercial land development, investment property brokerage and legal, property tax, marketing and facility planning consulting.
Stan holds a law degree from Indiana University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina. Licensed in Indiana to practice real estate, he received his CCIM designation in 2011. He has been involved in many prestigious projects throughout the state and is actively involved in local civic and volunteer organizations.
Stan is a past president of ICBR and sat on the Board of Directors from 2006 to 2014.
Randy Scheidt, MAI, CCIM, FRICS
Don R. “Randy” Scheidt, MAI, CCIM, FRICS is President of Don R. Scheidt & Co., Inc., which has offices in Indianapolis, Columbus and Lafayette, Indiana. The firm specializes in valuations, consulting and market studies, as well as other services throughout the Midwest. Commercial brokerage and property management services to date have been concentrated in central and south central Indiana.
Randy has been selected to serve on the Education Committee of the Appraisal Institute from 2014 through 2017. He served as the 2013 President of the Hoosier State Chapter of the Appraisal Institute and was elected in 2015 by the HSC as their Representative of Region V of the Appraisal Institute for 2016 and 2017. Randy holds the MAI Designation from (AI) awarded in 1980. He is an instructor for some of the courses and seminars of the AI, and had served on the AI national committee of Government Relations for 2009 and 2010. In addition, he is an AQB certified USPAP instructor for The Appraisal Foundation. Read more.
James M. King, Ph.D., LPG
James M. King, Ph.D., LPG, is president of Wilcox Environmental Engineering, Inc. in Speedway, Indiana. He joined Wilcox in 2010 as the company’s Technical Director of the Investigation and Remediation Services Division. Dr. King holds degrees in geology and hydrogeology from Wittenberg University, the University of Toledo, and Indiana University in Bloomington and has been an environmental consultant for more than 35 years. During that time, he has held leadership positions in a number of professional organizations and developed wide-ranging expertise in soil and groundwater investigations and remediation, groundwater flow and transport modeling, statistical analyses of groundwater quality data, health-based risk assessments, environmental due diligence, and vapor intrusion assessments and mitigation. Dr. King is also frequently engaged as an expert in legal environmental matters involving chlorinated solvents.