RES 1302 Real Estate Investing
An analytical approach to investment in real estate. Financing, tax considerations, appraisal, internal rate of return, acquisitions and exchanges. Case studies are used to provide examples of investment analysis techniques. Completion of MAT 1120 is strongly encouraged prior to attempting this course.
Division: Business and Public Services
Department: Real Estate
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: No
- Demonstrate knowledge of the principles utilized in real estate investing and other types of investments.
- Identify specific real estate and real estate-related investments, from land through houses, apartments, offices, shopping centers, industrial properties and special investments.
- Demonstrate knowledge of types of legal ownership developed in real estate and ramifications of income tax laws and their impact on investment decisions.
- Develop feasibility studies, property and financial analyses and profitability studies in arriving at a property's value and rental rate's to achieve a required return on investment and making a buying decision.
Credit Hours: 3
Classroom Hours: 3