This course provides a critical analysis of market trends including sales, lending and leasing. Case studies are utilized to analyze various data sets and types of real estate developments to understand real estate markets.
Gain an understanding of the market fundamentals for various types of developments, including shopping centers, housing tracts, and commercial properties
Explore and interpret data sets utilized for market analysis, including population projections, employment trends, urban renewal projects, and community reuse studies
Understand how land use studies, city planning, traffic studies, and consumer spending studies are utilized in market analysis studies
About this course:
This course explores the sources of data used in economic studies and provides an in-depth analysis of trends, market activity, sales, lending, leasing and how research studies are conducted. Other topics include land-use studies and city planning, traffic studies, population behavior and mobility, and consumer spending and trade area. Students learn through case studies, demonstrations and class participation in the analysis of shopping center development, tract development (sales, projections and surveys), service station location, population projections, employment trends, urban renewal projects and community reuse studies.
MGMT X 475.1 Real Estate Principles or consent of instructor.