RE 618 – Real Estate Investment Analysis (3 credit hours)
Covers the tools and techniques used to evaluate the financial profitability of real estate investments, as well as real estate decisions affecting businesses. Students learn about pro forma and discounted cash flow analysis of real estate, the effects of leverage on real estate investments, Federal tax treatment of real estate investments, and disposition and renovation decisions. In addition, topics such as lease-versus-own analysis, sale-leasebacks, and other corporate real estate issues are discussed.
Prerequisites: FIN 340 with a grade of C+ (2.3) or better, junior standing, advanced standing. Prior enrollment in RE 310 recommended for student with a declared emphasis in real estate.
Recent instructor: Dr. Longhofer
Schedule: Offered every other semester.