October 16, 2002 — Individuals who are in the real estate industry can stay current with the legislative and interpretive changes that can significantly affect real estate ownership and real estate transactions by attending the 2002 Annual National Real Estate Tax Issues Update, scheduled for Nov. 21, 2002. The Real Property Section of the Utah State Bar, the national Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute (CCIM Institute), the Utah CCIM Chapter and the University of Utah are co-sponsoring the half-day seminar. The event is open to the public. Cost is $129.
This workshop is for real estate owners, attorneys, accountants, residential and commercial real estate professionals, appraisers, corporate real estate executives and property managers. Real estate hours are approved and CLE hours provided.
The seminar, which will begin at 8:00 a.m. and last until 12 noon, features real estate tax expert Dr. Mark Lee Levine, JD, LLM (tax), CCIM, CRE, MAI, CPM, ChFC, professor and director of the Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver. The seminar will cover tax concepts, tax benefits of owning real estate, ownership entities and their tax characteristics, proposed legislation and recent developments, IRS Section 1031 tax deferred transactions (including new rulings and cases), sale-of-home exclusion, other real estate tax aspects and non-income tax aspects.
Charles Freedenberg, CCIM, JD, co-author of Prentice Hall’s Real Estate Investment and Taxation and 1999 CCIM Instructor of the Year says, “The 2001 University of Utah Real Estate Tax update is a must-attend event for real estate owners, attorneys, accountants, residential and commercial real estate professionals, appraisers, corporate real estate executives and property managers. I recommend Mark L. Levine. No one is more qualified to present a real estate tax update.”
Craig Michalak, author of Harcourt Brace’s Real Estate Investments concurs. “Levine’s presentation will provide the ‘due diligence’ real estate professionals and owners need to make sound business and investment decisions. There is no better program in the country offering this material.”
To register on the Web, go to www.proed.utah.edu. For more information, call the University of Utah’s Career and Organizational Education at 801-585-1455.
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