Real Estate Investment – fin467 (3 credits)
This course explores the techniques of real estate investment analysis, including financing, taxes, and decision-making criteria in today's real estate investment environment.
Planning & Development Considerations
- Examine the six stages of the real estate development processes.
- Apply the concept of time value of money to the valuation of real estate.
- Explain how to conduct market and feasibility analyses utilizing various resources.
- Explain the factors that impact real estate pricing.
- Compare and contrast community and investor land use planning.
Investment & Valuation Considerations
- Prepare an estimate of value using the income valuation approach.
- Compare the three valuation approaches.
- Determine the impact of taxation on value and return on investment.
- Determine the impact of risk upon value.
- Use the Internet and other resources to assess socio-economic and real estate factors that impact risk and return.
- Explain the steps that professional appraisers utilize for valuation of real estate.
Financial & Legal Considerations
- Compare and contrast the contracts involved in real estate management and leasing.
- Identify the legal elements of mortgages and financial documentation.
- Compare the advantages and disadvantages of adjustable rate and fixed rate residential mortgages.
- Classify the various forms of commercial real estate financing and their applications.
Marketing & Management of Real Estate
- Describe the role of brokerage in real estate transactions.
- Assess the role of real estate in an overall investment portfolio.
- Explain the impact of global economic issues on real estate values.
Real Estate Fundamentals
- Describe the relationship between the real estate market and the economy.
- Distinguish among different types of real estate.
- Differentiate between real and financial assets.
- Compare the forms of ownership of real estate.
- Describe the impact of supply and demand on the value of real estate.
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