END 526 RED– Financing Development Projects 2

Course Details

Course No.: 20914

Department: Urban and Regional Planning

Semester: 2018 Spring

Location: Hayes Hall – 327

Meeting Day(s): Thursday

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

Faculty: McAfee

Faculty: McAfee

This course will allow students to achieve proficiency in using the quantitative aspects of real estate financial analysis, and will promote the development of sound real estate investment and finance decision-making skills through the use of modern financial analysis. Real estate investment and financing decisions, and determinations of valuation, are made from applications of discounted cash flow models.  Different equity and debt financing options will be considered, including partnerships and commercial mortgages.  Securitization of equity and debt claims related to real estate will also be covered.  A semester long class project will employ these principles in working through the development of a mock investment committee memorandum.