Whenever, Wherever, On-Demand Training
ARGUS Software™ is proud to present an exciting new series of eLearning products that
will educate and prepare you to use our industry standard commercial real
estate software tools.
Why use eLearning?
- On Demand Learning eLearning is self-paced and available 24/7 through the Internet so you can
take the courses at your own pace and at a time that is convenient to you.
- Less Equals More
Each course is divided into small learning units for easier retention of
- Dynamic Learning Experience
Our dynamic and rich content includes everything you will need to become
proficient in each of the subjects including quizzes to test your
knowledge, “Show Me” videos, and "Try It" practice sessions. Additionally, the
courses are self-contained so you will not need to have a copy of the software
you are studying open while taking the course.
- Affordable Beginning Training
eLearning is an inexpensive way for new and existing customers to get started,
and while these courses are not as in-depth as our instructor-led classes they
will serve as an excellent primer or supplement.
- Complete Support
Our capable support staff will be available via live chat, e-mail or phone to
answer your questions and ensure your success in the courses.
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ARGUS Valuation DCF™
- Introduction to ARGUS Valuation DCF and Initial Property Set-Up
Get started using ARGUS Valuation DCF! This informative primer will show you how to log into
ARGUS Valuation DCF and begin creating a new property model from scratch.
- Understanding Revenues and Expenses
This course will teach you how to input the necessary revenue and expense
information for a property or portfolio in ARGUS Valuation DCF. The course deals with items
like capital, operating, reimbursable and miscellaneous expenses.
- Building the Rent Roll
The list of tenants or rent roll is one of the most important data points in a
financial model. This class provides specific instruction on how to enter
tenant data, determine market leasing assumptions, and run informative reports
based on tenant data.
- Using the Yield Menu
As you advance through your training, the course on using the Yield Menu in
ARGUS Valuation DCF will be particularly helpful in including factors such as property
purchase and resale, debt financing and present value discounting in your
This course will introduce you to running reports and utilizing the
different reporting capabilities such as exporting and basic graphing. You
will learn about Property Level Reports, Tracking Reports, and Rent Roll
This course will review advanced reporting options. This course will
also cover Marketing Leasing Assumptions reporting, Supporting Schedules,
Input Assumptions, and Report Packages. In addition, more in depth graphing
will be reviewed.
- Building a Portfolio
This course will explain how to create an ARGUS Valuation DCF portfolio and run consolidated
reports. This course will also cover how to run scenarios across the portfolio
adjusting assumptions such as market rents, inflation rates, and cap rates. In
addition, learn how to model portfolio level debt and consolidate tenant cash
- Advanced Rent Roll
This course will provide an understanding of the rent roll and how to
model rental bumps, CPI, and step rent. This course also covers how to build
categories to structure more complex Tenant Improvements, Leasing
Commissions, and Rent Abatements. In addition, leasing up large blocks of
space and creating tenant groups are explained in great detail.
- Detailed Reimbursement Methods
This course will explain how to model several reimbursement methods including
Base Year, Net, Retail CAM pools, and Recovery Caps. This course also covers
key reports including the Recovery Tracking report, The Reimbursement Detail
report, and Scheduled Expense Reimbursement Revenue.
- Introduction to ARGUS Developer
This course provides an overview of ARGUS Developer and how to navigate
in the program.
- Timescale and Phasing
This course covers best practices when building Timescale and
Phasing. This course also includes how to Add, Delete and Copy phases as well
as setting up event based timing.
- The Definition Tab Unit Sales - This module will explain how to model units being developed and sold off within the Definition Tab of the ARGUS Developer program. Learn how to enter different units such as Condominiums and Apartments and their construction schedules.
- The Definition Tab Capitalized Rent - This course illustrates how to model leases that are rented such as Office and Retail structures within the Definition Tab of the ARGUS Developer program. Learn how to model information such as Market Rent, Escalations and Tenant Improvements.
ARGUS Leasing Suite™
- ARGUS Owner Rep™
This course will explain how to model and compare multiple lease scenarios
from a financial perspective for a building, prepare and present multiple
leasing scenarios, analyze rents, improvements, and other related tenant and
building costs, determine the present value of leases, and generate detailed
- ARGUS Tenant Rep™
This course will explain how to model and compare the financial impact of a
group of potential leases in detail for multiple buildings, prepare and
present multiple leasing options, analyze tenant rents and their related
costs, determine the present value of leases, and generate detailed reporting
- ARGUS Lease/Buy Analysis™
This course will explain how to model, analyze, and compare lease and building
data in order to achieve multiple "lease" versus "buy" scenarios, determine
the present value of leases, and generate detailed reports and report packages
to support analysis conclusions.