If there's one thing a property manager has learned in recent years, it's how to do more with less. Tightly controlling operating expenses has become the most crucial part of the job-and nowhere must property managers demonstrate their financial management moxie more than when they build a budget. Learn key strategies for creating an effective budget for your building that is geared toward maximizing the property's NOI, positioning the asset strongly in your market, and most importantly, achieving the property's investment goals.

Webinar length: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
July 26, 2011
Seminar Objectives
  • Why budget anyway?
  • Core definitions and the overall budget process.
  • Leveraging year round activities to save time.
  • Preparing for budget season and getting started.
  • Key metrics, goals and questions to ask.
  • Connecting the budget to the asset strategy.
How to Build a Better Budget

Dave has spent the last 30 years helping leaders focus on their future and their strengths. His career has included time as a leader, manager, consultant, change agent, educator and mentor. Leading some of the largest outsourcing programs in the corporate real estate industry has allowed him a unique exposure to leadership and change management as well as the inner workings of corporate America. Clients have included institutional, corporate, municipal and private entities, such as Austin Energy, Microsoft, PMC-Sierra, Pitney Bowes, California Federal Savings, Pacific Gas & Electric, United States GSA, Comerica Bank and Southern California Edison.

Dave was an Alliance Director for CBRE Trammell Crow Co., Global Services. His insight comes from 30 plus years of experience in real estate, consulting, and training. As a consultant, he focuses on leadership development and organizational structure. Hewett has worked in all aspects of the real estate and facilities industry. He’s managed operating and capital budgets in excess of $100 million annually and responsible for building operations, construction, corporate real estate, brokerage, development, and strategic planning services.

Individual topic purchase: Selected
BOMI International
Continuing Professional Development Credit: 1.50
BOMA Member Price:$39.00
Non-Member Price:$69.00