RE 611 – Real Estate Finance (3 credit hours)
Covers the institutions and instruments used to finance residential and commercial properties, and provides essential knowledge and skills for students who are interested in commercial banking, mortgage finance, and financial analysis of mortgage-related securities. Topics include fixed-rate and alternative mortgage instruments, financial analysis and decision making, residential mortgage underwriting, commercial mortgages, primary and secondary mortgage market structure and institutions, and mortgage-backed securities.
Prerequisites: FIN 340 with a grade of C+ (2.3) or better, junior standing, advanced standing. Prior enrollment in RE 310 recommended for students with a declared emphasis in real estate.
Recent instructor: Dr. Longhofer
Schedule: Offered every other semester.