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URBANST 148: Who Owns Your City?: Institutional Real Estate Seminar

A hands-on introductory seminar designed to allow students to understand and interact with all aspects of the realnnestate investment process, including property development, local government interplay, value creation, assetnnmanagement, financial analysis, and capital markets.nnCourse activities will include asset tours, case studies, and project deep dives.nnThis class is intended for all students looking to better understand real estate as an investment asset class and anncritical part of the modern global economy. Course material will be appropriate for students interested in a variety ofnndisciplines, including Urban Studies - history, design, government, or community interests; institutional investment,nninvestment banking/consulting, construction/engineering, and general finance/economics
Terms: Win | Units: 3 | UG Reqs: WAY-SI
Instructors: Thielke, C. (PI)
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