16643 Property Market Research and Analysis6cp; 3hpw, on campus
This is a core subject usually taken in Year 1 of the Bachelor of Property Economics (C10310). It is important for understanding the property market research techniques, and to develop critical analytical capabilities together with communication and presentation skills. The subject covers analytical methods and processes that are used in an applied property market setting. It involves practical projects in both individual and group settings. The subject content extensively utilises industry examples and case studies. There are interactive in-class group activities based on learning material, which reinforce students learning outcomes and provide the opportunity for feedback.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125