7240 Real Estate I
Term: Spring I
Provides in-depth exposure to the dynamics of the real estate development process including ground-up development and re-development. Topics covered include market analysis, site acquisition, due diligence, zoning, entitlements, approvals, site planning, building design, construction, financing, leasing, ongoing management and disposition and related property laws. Additional topics include analysis and evaluation of the similarities and differences of traditional real estate product types. Emphasis is on concise analysis and decision making. The course will utilize experiential teaching methodologies by creating diverse teams of students to analyze and solve real development cases in Central Ohio. Students will be required to make a group presentation of their development proposal. Prereq or concur: MBA 6221 or 6222.
7240 Real Estate II
Term: Spring II
Provides an overview of real estate valuation and advanced fundamentals of real estate finance. It will cover topics fundamental to the valuation of real estate, including the process, procedures and valuation methods. The course focuses on the valuation of income-producing properties. Advanced topics in valuation are presented. Topics include real estate capital markets, equity vehicles (REITs) securitization and the proliferation of securitized debt (MBS, CMBS and CDO) and mortgage-related instruments (mortgage derivatives). It emphasizes a conceptual framework for decision making in the uncertain environment of real estate markets. Prereq or concur: MBA 6221 or 6222.
3400 Introduction to Real Estate
Term: Autumn and Spring
Professor: Paul Weinstock & Ken Gold
Provides a basic overview of the Real Estate Industry. Topics covered include finance, law, property management, land planning and acquisition, urban economics and green development. Available to business and non-business majors. Prereq: Econ 2001.01 or 2002.01.
4410 Real Estate Finance
Professor: Paul Weinstock
Fundamentals of Real Estate Analysis: Particular focus is on sources and methods of obtaining funds, project feasibility, valuation of distressed assets, appraisal and municipal finance. Prereq: BusMgt 2320, 2321, BusFin 3220, 3400, & 3500.
4411 Real Estate Management
Professor: Nick Harpster
Examines Property Management for all types of Real Estate Assets. Topics include finance, acquisition, construction, budgets, sales and marketing, leasing, negotiation and environmental issues. Prereq: BusMgt 2320, 2321, 3220, 3500, & 3400.
4412 Real Estate Law
Professor: Paul Weinstock
Examines the major legal and ethical aspects of real estate transactions, contracts, brokerage, leases and environmental law. Prereq: BusMgt 2320, 2321, BusFin 3220, 3400, & 3500.
4413 Real Estate Planning & Development
Professor: Brett Kaufman
Provides a comprehensive look at the development process, from identifying an opportunity through to the finished product. Teams will work on a current site-based development case study that will encourage real world applications to real estate theory and strategic collaboration. Prereq: BusMgt 2320, 2321, BusFin 3220, 3400, & 3500.