The George Washington University (Accounting)
I am a 30+ year real estate finance professional with over five years of experience as an adjunct professor in real estate finance at NYU Schack. I instruct grad students in the first level real estate finance course, so unlike some, actually have an extensive instructional background. I can help you understand time value of money/NPV/IRR concepts (and these don't necessarily have to be real estate related), real estate finance theory and problems, as well as work with you on any facet of residential or commercial real estate finance including property set-ups, appraisal/valuation, loan underwriting and sizing, constructing and understanding a property operating statement, HP12-C, etc.
I teach and tutor, because I enjoy it and take a lot of personal satisfaction out of seeing my students do well - whether in class or as they progress in their professional careers. Some of this stuff can be complicated and takes time to work through and understand it well. I can devote the time and resources necessary to helping you understand the areas you have problems with (and maybe giving you a better understanding of things you thought you knew!). I'm low key and student focused. I don't do this for the money. Really. I am a 30+ year real estate finance professional with over five years of experience as an adjunct professor in real estate finance at NYU Schack. I instruct grad students in the first level real estate finance course, so unlike some, actually have an extensive instructional background. I can help you understand time value of money/NPV/IRR concepts
Teaches employing cases and examples which help a great deal. He is smart, experienced, and very patient. John is also very flexible & offered to help me in a variety of ways.
John presents the information is a very clear way, making it much easier to understand. I highly recommend him!
John did an exceptional job helping me understand Macroeconmics. I went from almost failing to A's on tests within our first couple sessions. He will go out of his way to provide numerous examples to explain and help in anyway he can at all times. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a patient, knowledgeable and understanding tutor.
Very skilled and knowledgeable about finance and the financial markets. Has real world experience at large firms and brings years of finance expertise to the tutoring sessions.
My session with John was well worth it. He is punctual and has a pleasant demeanor. John helped me to understand financial concepts regarding an acquisition and development of a property.
I look forward to working with John again.
Made every effort to relate what I was learning to my career so it would be easier to understand. Great tutor!
John reviewed my work prior to our session which helped speed things along. He was patient and knowledgeable. By the time the session was over, my balance sheet was balanced. I'm very happy with the experience and will definitely call John if I need accounting help in the future.
John K. Helped my son John gain a much better understanding of Financial Accounting. And John was willing to spend as much time as he could give in order to best prepare my son for his college exam. Thank you John!
The lesson was for my son Daniel who said it went well. He plans to use him again this Sunday and a few days next week.
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I have 30 years business experience, mainly on the finance side, including serving as CFO. I received my undergraduate degree in accounting and my graduate in real estate finance.