REMD 410 Real Estate Investment and Asset Management 4.0 Credits
Examines the fundamentals of finance as it applies to real estate investment and asset management. Identifies the skills necessary to maximize the value of real estate assets through effective operations and financial management practices. Topics include detailed study and analysis of ownership objectives of real estate investors and financial reporting, including acquisitions, dispositions, and new development. Provides tools and decision-making models to manage asset performance, including revenue maximization, property valuation, operating budgets, pro formas, net operating income, cash flow, internal rate of return, and return on investment.
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Sophomore
Prerequisites: REMD 375 [Min Grade: C]