Michael Jaworski is Managing Director of CREModels’ Financial Services division. He has held numerous roles within the company including Vice President of Due Diligence Services, Director of Financial Modeling Services and was the architect of the CREModels Microsoft Excel® Consulting group. Mr. Jaworski has been responsible for steady year-over-year growth in both the depth and breadth of products and services at CREModels.
Prior to joining CREModels, he began his career at Chrysler LLC, then Daimler Chrysler AG as a Cost Engineer. He then moved into Commercial Real Estate where he has been for the last 12 years. He has held several positions in Brokerage and Management, handling over $750,000,000 in commercial real estate transactions.
Mr. Jaworski received a degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University.
Content Featuring Mike Jaworski:
Private Equity Waterfall is the preferred method for distributing the profits from a real estate investment. The goal is to align the interests of the various parties who invest in an individual deal or fund.Read More
After a construction loan is funded, the ink begins to dry on development pro forma models as the market assumptions become less reliable. When major market disruptions strike, stakeholders on all sides quickly demand answers. Developers can be prepared by stress-testing scenarios in advance.Read More
Real estate portfolio stress testing is one method we use to assess an investor’s ability to weather upcoming (or ongoing) economic turmoil. There are four primary factors we like to start with when doing a stress test on a real estate portfolio.Read More
As LIBOR deadlines come into focus, crafting fallback language and vetting SOFR become top priorities for businesses and regulators. Businesses across the globe are preparing to say goodbye to LIBOR with a move to a new benchmark that has been called a “seismic shift” for many financial institutions.Read More
U.S. banks lay the groundwork for the successor to LIBOR, replacements emerge for the real estate industry. Since the mid-1980s, the London Interbank Offered Rate, better known as LIBOR, has been the reference on which most floating-rate loans—an estimated $300 trillion in financial contracts globally—are based. However, the financial world was eventually forced to confront…Read More
As investors chase value-add shopping centers and other assets, they should redouble efforts to uncover hidden risksRead More
Are you prepared for the disappearance of LIBOR? The clock is winding down on the last days of LIBOR, forcing commercial real estate professionals to take a closer look at mortgages and loan docs that will be impacted when the key benchmark is phased out by the end of 2021. The demise of LIBOR (the…Read More
The highly competitive marketplace is pushing investors to shorten their due diligence timelines to win deals.Read More
Retail real estate landlords have a tough time managing the dynamic of online versus in-store salesRead More