FIN 458 - Seminar in Real Estate

A comprehensive, case-based analysis of practice of real estate. The course will build on the theoretical concepts developed in principles of real estate and real estate finance to provide an in-depth analysis of interesting cases in all areas of housing and real estate markets. The topics may include but not be limited to: how institutional investors view real estate, investing in REITS, commercial leases, households’ decision to rent vs. buy housing, affordable housing development, urban planning, real estate project feasibility analysis, risk management in commercial real estate, investments in REITS vs. properties.

Prerequisite(s): FIN 345 and FIN 457

3 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: not yet offered