Putting Together All That You have Learned About The World Of Real Estate
Previously titled Real Estate Process Seminar
This Capstone seminar sums up the entire curriculum by melding each of the subject areas to achieve a workable personal implementation strategy for your business and your career. We will start with a summary of the state of the market. Then, we will turn to practical lessons to getting deals done, including discovering the deal, analyzing the market opportunity, conceptualizing the project, penciling it out financially, negotiating the purchase and achieving entitlements. We will discuss “war stories” of why some deals fail and others succeed. A downtown walking tour featuring the development history of certain projects will be offered to students that have enrolled in the seminar. See section notes for more information.
- Recognize the fundamentals of development, including land assemblage, land use, entitlements, design considerations, marketing, and leasing
- Comprehend real estate investment, valuation and income analysis, and concepts and measurements employed in quantitative real estate investment, valuation and income-property analysis
- Exposure to legal aspects of real estate and understanding of the historical, foundational, and legal principles involving both commercial and residential real estate
Number of Units: 0.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: Professionals who wish to obtain a foundation for a career in real estate or students who seek to specialize within in one or more areas of the real estate industry