16338 International Property Investment6cp; block: 16hrs x 2wks plus 4hrs x 1 (on-campus or online)
Requisite(s): 16466 Built Environment Economics
This subject examines the theory and application of direct and indirect international property investment. Using lectures, case studies and exercises, it examines both inbound investment into Australia and outbound investment by Australians into international property markets. Concentrating on the nexus between investment and valuation, it emphasises risk management and good decision-making. The subject focuses on the rationales for international property investment and its challenges; the strategies of compiling an international real estate portfolio; the macro and micro factors determining the performance of the investment; and the different investment formats suitable to different international settings.
Autumn session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125