How to Model Risk in a Turbulent Property Market

Understanding the potential risk of a real estate deal can be the difference between profit and peril for an investor. Financial modeling can help mitigate this risk by estimating and analyzing the potential financial impact of various scenarios. Modeling can help assess the potential loss of income, capital, and other assets that could result from market downturns, property deterioration, or other events. Good financial modeling can also help identify potential solutions, such as property acquisitions or refinancing, that may mitigate possible losses. 

While there is no perfect mathematical formula that can quantify financial risk in real estate, there are plenty of ways to improve upon our current methodologies. Join us for this free webinar where we will explore ways that technology and advanced analytics can help improve our understanding of risk when it comes to real estate valuation. Industry veterans Josh Panknin of NYU and John Rodgers, Chief Innovation Officer at CoreLogic, along with Propmodo Editor Franco Faraudo will explore how increased access to data and innovative new approaches to financial modeling are changing how we assess risk and improve outcomes.


Josh Panknin

Director, Real Estate AI Research & Innovation

Columbia University

John Rogers

Chief Innovation Officer


Franco Faraudo

Editor & Co-Founder


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