17518 Real Estate Asset Class Analysis6cp; Two days x 2 blocks on campus
Requisite(s): 17700 Planning and Environmental Law AND 12535 Property Investment and Development Feasibility AND 12518 Property Transactions AND 17556 Investment Property Valuation AND 15142 Property Development Process AND 15146 Sustainable Urban Development
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
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This subject develops students' understanding of how to analyse investments in Real Estate Asset types such as residential, commercial, retail, industrial, student accommodation, and retirement village. Key to this understanding is an appreciation of the differences and similarities across property funds and going concerns real estate investments. Drawing on skills in investment property valuation, the subject discusses the underlying drivers of value for each asset types and levels of risk and return of property classes. It examines the holistic real asset lifecycle, and the unique importance of each property class. Students develop an in-depth understanding of the due diligence process involved in making real asset decisions and will also be exposed to the ESG implications associated with each Real Estate Asset type. The importance of green property finance and investment is also covered. Overall, students gain knowledge of the financial and market characteristics of real estate asset class which reinforces their investment analytical skills.
Autumn session, City campus
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