Commercial Real Estate (CMRE)

CMRE1500  PRINCIPLES OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE  

This course provides an introduction to the areas of real estate markets, finance, valuation, urban economics and investments as related to construction. (3 credits) spring

CMRE2000  REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT  

This course provides an introduction to real estate with a focus on investment and financing issues. Topics include, project evaluation, financing strategies, investment decision making, and real estate capital markets. (3 credits) fall

CMRE3000  REAL PROPERTY ANALYSIS  

This course examines the development process for real property. Topics include project inception, site identification and property acquisition, development feasibility, entitlements process, risk assessment, asset valuation, debt and equity financing, design/construction and project management. Prerequisite: CMRE2000 (3 credits) fall

CMRE4000  REAL PROPERTY SECURITIZATION  

This course introduces the analysis of mortgages, mortgaged backed securities and other structured financing. Other topics include, fundamentals of interest rate determination, yield curves and borrowing, and lending decision criteria. Prerequisite: CMRE3000 (3 credits) spring