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|Meet Day||M/W||4:40 PM - 6:00 PM||L230|
Provides an analytical framework for understanding real estate finance and development fundamentals from both quantitative and nonquantitative perspectives. Topics addressed include: establishing investment/development objectives; structuring ownership entities including joint venture entities; identifying and evaluating prospective development sites; creating sound development plans; understanding the public entitlement process; preparing market and feasibility studies; securing debt and equity financing; coordinating the design and construction process; and marketing and managing real estate assets. Includes preparation of income statements; sources and uses of funds statements; federal tax impact analyses; and discounted cash flow analyses. Principles learned should be applicable globally for private, public, NGO, and not-for-profit participants in real estate development, community redevelopment, and/or disaster relief activities. Lectures, cases, exercises, site visits, guest lectures, and class discussions will involve a variety of real property asset types, including several structured as public-private partnerships.
Also offered by the Graduate School of Design as SES-05492.