FN435 - Real Estate Investmnt Analysis
Fall 1997

This course examines the unique valuation and financing problems associated with income-producing real property. Real estate is not fungible, i.e., each unit is unique and has no perfect substitute. Real property is further distinguished from other investment vehicles by the fact that its value is a function of how an investor plans to use it. Students receive an insight into the complexities of real estate investment and financing including property selection, taxes, various ownership forms, and insurance. The course emphasizes the financial aspects of real estate including appraisal, feasibility analysis, and the markets for income producing properties. It provides an opportunity to apply valuation principles learned in other finance courses.
Prerequisite -- FN340.
3 Credits

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