FIN 545 Real Estate Finance & Investment

This course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental concepts and analytical methods for making real estate investment and finance decisions.  The course focuses on commercial real estate, primarily office, retail, and multifamily properties.  The topics may include valuation methods, business cycles, development risks, market/submarket analysis, tenant risk, mortgage debt,  ownership structures and other special topics. 

Credits

3

Prerequisite

FIN 531, or admission to a School of Business graduate program, or permission of the Associate Director of Graduate Programs, or permission of the Department of Finance Chairperson.

General Education

Offered

  • Fall and Spring
  • Summer
  • On Demand