Lunch & Learn: Multifamily Budget Training with Ron Price
Understanding and Creating Budgets
Property Managers and Regional Managers, we strongly recommend you attend this high level training.
Overview of this Class:
Operating without a budget can lead to financial hazards in the multifamily industry. Learn why budgets are necessary, what information makes up a budget, how to decipher what a budget tells us, and how to create a basic budget for your community. If the community does not keep that in mind daily, it won’t stay in business for long. To reach those goals, you need a solid plan. Multifamily budget training shows where you’ve been, where you are, and where you hope to be. When you can read and understand a budget, you’ll see the stories of your community leaping from the numbers. You may also find, like many people, that managing a budget becomes an exciting contest of winning the battle between profit and loss!
- Why Do I Need a Budget?
- Reading a Budget
- Creating a Budget
Ron Price, serves on the AAN Board and is excited to deliver his knowledge and expertise on Budgeting.
You Don't Want To Miss This Training!
Presented by: Ron Price MBA, CPM
Ron Price, is the Director of Asset Management and New Business for NP Dodge Management Company. Ron, maintains a thorough understanding of all factors affecting markets and sub-markets associated with the portfolio, including demographics and changes in supply and demand. Develop and implement short, intermediate and long-term positioning strategies to optimize portfolio value. Provide revenue enhancement and cost reduction guidance to management companies and/or individual properties. Provide support for special projects such as acquisitions, dispositions, recapitalization and expansions. Develop constructive working relationships with a variety of internal and external constituencies and ensures compliance with third party agreements. Ron also review financial and complete period-end reports.
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Omaha, Nebraska 68144
United States (402) 333-5331