Real Estate Industry Library
Who is this for?

These real estate accounting courses are for internal accountants looking to deepen the industry expertise and value they bring; consultants wanting to broaden their field of expertise for clients; auditors aiming to hone their real estate specialization for those they serve.
 

These real estate accounting courses are for internal accountants looking to deepen the industry expertise and value they bring; consultants wanting to broaden their field of expertise for clients; auditors aiming to hone their real estate specialization for those they serve.
 

These real estate accounting courses are for internal accountants looking to deepen the industry expertise and value they bring; consultants wanting to broaden their field of expertise for clients; auditors aiming to hone their real estate specialization for those they serve.
 

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Program highlights
  • This 10-course, 18.5-credit CPE real estate industry library takes you on an easy-to-follow journey with all the important real estate accounting and tax topics in one place. Once the foundation is set, you will then deep dive into specific real estate issues.
     
  • Our instructors don't just teach the industry, they live it. Bringing years of real estate accounting and tax experience to the table, they know exactly what information is most relevant — and most valuable — to you.
     
  • Get up-to-speed quickly and efficiently in a way that fits both your lifestyle and learning style. The CPE real estate industry library includes 24/7 on demand access and includes multiple 1–2 credit hour real estate accounting classes.
  • This 10-course, 18.5-credit CPE real estate industry library takes you on an easy-to-follow journey with all the important real estate accounting and tax topics in one place. Once the foundation is set, you will then deep dive into specific real estate issues.
     
  • Our instructors don't just teach the industry, they live it. Bringing years of real estate accounting and tax experience to the table, they know exactly what information is most relevant — and most valuable — to you.
     
  • Get up-to-speed quickly and efficiently in a way that fits both your lifestyle and learning style. The CPE real estate industry library includes 24/7 on demand access and includes multiple 1–2 credit hour real estate accounting classes.
  • This 10-course, 18.5-credit CPE real estate industry library takes you on an easy-to-follow journey with all the important real estate accounting and tax topics in one place. Once the foundation is set, you will then deep dive into specific real estate issues.
     
  • Our instructors don't just teach the industry, they live it. Bringing years of real estate accounting and tax experience to the table, they know exactly what information is most relevant — and most valuable — to you.
     
  • Get up-to-speed quickly and efficiently in a way that fits both your lifestyle and learning style. The CPE real estate industry library includes 24/7 on demand access and includes multiple 1–2 credit hour real estate accounting classes.
Meet the instructors
Julie McGinty
Julie McGinty

Senior Lecturer, University of Georgia
MACC, CPA

Julie has 20 years of experience as a tax practitioner with many clients focused on real estate. She teaches graduate level federal taxation classes and serves as a tax consultant.
 

Senior Lecturer, University of Georgia
MACC, CPA

Julie has 20 years of experience as a tax practitioner with many clients focused on real estate. She teaches graduate level federal taxation classes and serves as a tax consultant.
 

Senior Lecturer, University of Georgia
MACC, CPA

Julie has 20 years of experience as a tax practitioner with many clients focused on real estate. She teaches graduate level federal taxation classes and serves as a tax consultant.
 

Mary Walsh
Mary Walsh

Becker Tax CPE Curriculum Manager
J.D., LL.M, CPA

Mary’s 26-year career has been focused in taxation from practice to education. Mary has 15+ years of experience in public accounting, including eight in the Big 4.
 

Becker Tax CPE Curriculum Manager
J.D., LL.M, CPA

Mary’s 26-year career has been focused in taxation from practice to education. Mary has 15+ years of experience in public accounting, including eight in the Big 4.
 

Becker Tax CPE Curriculum Manager
J.D., LL.M, CPA

Mary’s 26-year career has been focused in taxation from practice to education. Mary has 15+ years of experience in public accounting, including eight in the Big 4.
 

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Stephanie Morris

Senior Lecturer, Mercer University
CPA, MACC

Stephanie has practiced and taught taxation for 20+ years. She is an award-winning lecturer and is well-known for her expertise in teaching complex tax issues to professionals.
 

Senior Lecturer, Mercer University
CPA, MACC

Stephanie has practiced and taught taxation for 20+ years. She is an award-winning lecturer and is well-known for her expertise in teaching complex tax issues to professionals.
 

Senior Lecturer, Mercer University
CPA, MACC

Stephanie has practiced and taught taxation for 20+ years. She is an award-winning lecturer and is well-known for her expertise in teaching complex tax issues to professionals.
 

Courses Included
Real Estate: Mapping the Industry

This course is an overview of the commercial real estate industry, including key terms and concepts, industry trends and challenges, and notable key accounting real estate topics specific to real estate transactions.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

This course is an overview of the commercial real estate industry, including key terms and concepts, industry trends and challenges, and notable key accounting real estate topics specific to real estate transactions.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

This course is an overview of the commercial real estate industry, including key terms and concepts, industry trends and challenges, and notable key accounting real estate topics specific to real estate transactions.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

Real Estate Developers: Mastering Tax Accounting for Long-term Construction Contracts

This course is an overview of long-term contracts as de ned under IRC section 460, revenue recognition methods, construction contract cost capitalization, and basic financial accounting and tax accounting differences for reporting long-term construction contracts.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course is an overview of long-term contracts as de ned under IRC section 460, revenue recognition methods, construction contract cost capitalization, and basic financial accounting and tax accounting differences for reporting long-term construction contracts.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course is an overview of long-term contracts as de ned under IRC section 460, revenue recognition methods, construction contract cost capitalization, and basic financial accounting and tax accounting differences for reporting long-term construction contracts.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

Real Estate Developers: Mastering Revenue Recognition

This accounting in real estate course dives into the specifics around revenue recognition, one of the most important reporting areas faced by accountants and standard setters, as it relates to real estate developers. In-depth analyses and specific examples of how the new revenue recognition guidance shall be applied to entities that operate in the construction industry.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

This accounting in real estate course dives into the specifics around revenue recognition, one of the most important reporting areas faced by accountants and standard setters, as it relates to real estate developers. In-depth analyses and specific examples of how the new revenue recognition guidance shall be applied to entities that operate in the construction industry.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

This accounting in real estate course dives into the specifics around revenue recognition, one of the most important reporting areas faced by accountants and standard setters, as it relates to real estate developers. In-depth analyses and specific examples of how the new revenue recognition guidance shall be applied to entities that operate in the construction industry.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

Real Estate Developers: Analyzing Financial Statements

This course looks at important sections of the real estate developer’s financial statements and identifiable risks to be on the lookout for. The statement of cash flows is further examined to highlight special considerations accountants should keep in mind when evaluating real estate entities. Finally, the course discusses key ratios that are particularly helpful when analyzing real estate developers.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

This course looks at important sections of the real estate developer’s financial statements and identifiable risks to be on the lookout for. The statement of cash flows is further examined to highlight special considerations accountants should keep in mind when evaluating real estate entities. Finally, the course discusses key ratios that are particularly helpful when analyzing real estate developers.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

This course looks at important sections of the real estate developer’s financial statements and identifiable risks to be on the lookout for. The statement of cash flows is further examined to highlight special considerations accountants should keep in mind when evaluating real estate entities. Finally, the course discusses key ratios that are particularly helpful when analyzing real estate developers.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 1.0

 

Real Estate Investors: Understanding and Arranging Section 1031 Exchanges

This course is an overview of the mechanics, definitions and rules of Section 1031 exchanges. It also covers issues related to, depreciation of property received in, tax reporting for and arranging of Section 1031 exchanges.
Instructor: Heather Luttrell
CPE Credits: 3.5

 

This course is an overview of the mechanics, definitions and rules of Section 1031 exchanges. It also covers issues related to, depreciation of property received in, tax reporting for and arranging of Section 1031 exchanges.
Instructor: Heather Luttrell
CPE Credits: 3.5

 

This course is an overview of the mechanics, definitions and rules of Section 1031 exchanges. It also covers issues related to, depreciation of property received in, tax reporting for and arranging of Section 1031 exchanges.
Instructor: Heather Luttrell
CPE Credits: 3.5

 

Real Estate Investors: Understanding Loss Limitations

This course covers the definitions of loss limitations applicable to real estate investors (tax basis, At Risk, Passive Activity Loss (PAL), Excess Business Loss (EBL) and Net Operating Loss (NOL)). It also discusses the application of issues related to tax reporting for loss limitations.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 2.5

 

This course covers the definitions of loss limitations applicable to real estate investors (tax basis, At Risk, Passive Activity Loss (PAL), Excess Business Loss (EBL) and Net Operating Loss (NOL)). It also discusses the application of issues related to tax reporting for loss limitations.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 2.5

 

This course covers the definitions of loss limitations applicable to real estate investors (tax basis, At Risk, Passive Activity Loss (PAL), Excess Business Loss (EBL) and Net Operating Loss (NOL)). It also discusses the application of issues related to tax reporting for loss limitations.
Instructor: Stephanie Morris
CPE Credits: 2.5

 

Real Estate Investors: Understanding Rental Real Estate Tax Reporting

This course reviews the basics of rental real estate income taxation as well as income tax reporting by individual taxpayers, partnerships and partners, and corporations.
Instructor: Mary Walsh
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course reviews the basics of rental real estate income taxation as well as income tax reporting by individual taxpayers, partnerships and partners, and corporations.
Instructor: Mary Walsh
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course reviews the basics of rental real estate income taxation as well as income tax reporting by individual taxpayers, partnerships and partners, and corporations.
Instructor: Mary Walsh
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

Real Estate Investors: Understanding Opportunity Zones

This course discusses the creation of Opportunity Zones, as well as the types of gains eligible for deferral through investment in an Opportunity Fund. It reviews the holding period of investment to recognize reduction in deferred gain, qualifcation and definition of a Qualified Opportunity Fund; related compliance testing; and Opportunity Zone program status since its enactment in 2017.
Instructor: John Stevko
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course discusses the creation of Opportunity Zones, as well as the types of gains eligible for deferral through investment in an Opportunity Fund. It reviews the holding period of investment to recognize reduction in deferred gain, qualifcation and definition of a Qualified Opportunity Fund; related compliance testing; and Opportunity Zone program status since its enactment in 2017.
Instructor: John Stevko
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course discusses the creation of Opportunity Zones, as well as the types of gains eligible for deferral through investment in an Opportunity Fund. It reviews the holding period of investment to recognize reduction in deferred gain, qualifcation and definition of a Qualified Opportunity Fund; related compliance testing; and Opportunity Zone program status since its enactment in 2017.
Instructor: John Stevko
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

Real Estate Developers: Analyzing Sales and Use Tax, Part 1

This course reviews the application of sales and use taxes to real estate developers. The course has two parts. Part 1 includes background and basics of sales and use taxes, fundamental issues with respect to tax treatment for real estate developers and special tax issues.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course reviews the application of sales and use taxes to real estate developers. The course has two parts. Part 1 includes background and basics of sales and use taxes, fundamental issues with respect to tax treatment for real estate developers and special tax issues.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

This course reviews the application of sales and use taxes to real estate developers. The course has two parts. Part 1 includes background and basics of sales and use taxes, fundamental issues with respect to tax treatment for real estate developers and special tax issues.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 2.0

 

Real Estate Developers: Analyzing Sales and Use Tax, Part 2

This course reviews the application of sales and use taxes to real estate developers. The course has two parts. Part 2 includes compliance issues, local sales and use tax issues and gross receipt taxes for real estate developers.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 1.5

 

This course reviews the application of sales and use taxes to real estate developers. The course has two parts. Part 2 includes compliance issues, local sales and use tax issues and gross receipt taxes for real estate developers.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 1.5

 

This course reviews the application of sales and use taxes to real estate developers. The course has two parts. Part 2 includes compliance issues, local sales and use tax issues and gross receipt taxes for real estate developers.
Instructor: Julie McGinty
CPE Credits: 1.5

 

Sung-Wook YoonProfessor, California State University, Northridge.
This course is a great overview of the commercial real estate industry. The course is really helpful in understanding key trends and challenges affecting the real estate industry, as well as accounting for real estate transaction.
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You’re in the right place. Discover the impact you can have in other complex, rapidly changing industries. Each Library includes everything you need to master the skills your clients or business need most.
 

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