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The main objective of this course is to get understanding of how to evaluate risk and return relationship to perform the right kind of analysis and make informed real estate finance and investment decisions.
After completing the course the student is expected to have a profounder knowledge of
  • how to evaluate the risk-return associated with the various ways of investing and lending
  • how to perform the right kind of analysis and make informed real estate finance and investment decisions
  • how to analyze income-producing property investments such as apartments, office buildings, shopping centers
Specifically, after completed course the student is expected to have the knowledge of and ability to analyze:
  • legal issues related to real estate investment and financing
  • how mortgage loans are structured
  • how tax impacts the return
  • how projects are financed during the development period
  • various alternative real estate financing and investment vehicles such as joint ventures, secondary market, and real estate investment trust (REITs)
  • diversification benefits of including real estate in a portfolio as well as ways to diversify within the real estate
  • portfolio (including international investment)
The course contains the following major moments:
  • legal concepts concerning real estate investment
  • basic real estate financing
  • fixed rate, adjustable and floating rate mortgage loans
  • pricing, investment, and tax considerations concerning single family housing
  • underwriting and financing residential properties
  • investment analysis, valuation and taxation of income-producing properties
  • risk analysis
  • financing corporate real estates
  • organizational forms and joint ventures for structuring real estate investments
  • the secondary mortgage market
  • Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
  • portfolio considerations in real estate investments

FACTS


CYCLE

First cycle

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

60 hp of which 45 hp in Economics including:
General entry requirements and approved result from the following course/courses:
CFB300-Corporate Finance and
FIE100-Financial Economics or the equivalent.

PACE OF STUDY

Full-time

TYPE OF INSTRUCTION

On Campus

PROGRAMME/COURSE DATE


SPRING 2019

SPRING 2020

TEACHING HOURS

Daytime

APPLICATION DEADLINE

15 October 2018

APPLICATION CODE

HV-22044

START/END

From v.04 2019 to v.08 2019

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Maher Asal

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