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END 500– Processes of Real Estate Development

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Course No.: 22754

Department: Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning

Semester: 2017 Fall

Location: Hayes Hall – 327

Meeting Day(s): Monday

Meeting Time: 6:00 PM - 8:40 PM

Faculty: Stebbins/Kane

This course will introduce the student to the principles and processes of real estate development. Topics will include the history of real estate development in the United States, partners and participants, due diligence, project feasibility, market analysis, types of real estate development, the role of the public sector, asset and property management, sales and leasing and emerging and future trends in development.  The course is intended to provide an overview of development from the perspective of a real estate developer and an understanding of the myriad fields of expertise involved in a real estate development project.  Students will have the opportunity to tour and examine actual real estate development projects, meet with various practitioners in real estate development and allied professions, and survey the basic skills necessary to become a successful real estate developer.  This course will serve as foundation for the rest of the curriculum for the Specialization in Real Estate Development.

 1 credit lab held on Tuesdays from 7:00-8:20 PM in 403 Hayes Hall.