This course provides a comprehensive understanding of real estate development, examining the roles and responsibilities of the real estate developer and the various components and issues specific to the development process.
Gain an understanding of market and site analysis; community planning; entitlements; and the social, political, and environmental implications of real estate development
Explore the relationships between architecture and design, budgeting and financial analysis, construction, sales, and marketing
Understand how real estate development varies by types of projects including residential, retail, office, hospitality, industrial, and mixed-use
About this course:
Designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the multidisciplinary field of real estate development, this course begins with an introduction to the roles and responsibilities of the real estate developer, then explores various issues specific to the development process. Topics include market and site analysis; community planning; entitlements; social, political, and environmental implications; architecture and design; budgeting and financial analysis; construction; sales and marketing; and property and asset management. Various project types are studied, including residential, retail, office, hospitality, industrial, and mixed-use. Coursework includes case studies.
MGMT X 475.1 Real Estate Principles, or previous experience and consent of instructor.