870 Syllabus and Course Dates

870 Syllabus and Course Dates - Real Asset Management The...

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Real Asset Management The Ohio State University Business-Finance 870 Fall, 2007 Location: Gerlach Hall Time: Thursday, 6:00 - 9:48 p.m. Instructor: Ken Gold and Ed Hudson E-mail: Ken Gold [[email protected]] Ed Hudson [[email protected]] Web site: www.cob.ohio-state.edu/ Grading: 25% Participation 25% Homework 50% Final Exam SYLLABUS Course 870 Fall Quarter September 20 Part I. Real Estate Basics Market Research, Location Issues vs. Site Issues, Costs vs. Return Analysis, Basic Legal Tools, Basic Due Diligence, and Overview of Approval Processes September 27 Part II. Financing Real Estate Transactions - Where does the money come from? Financing Types: Interim, Mini-Perm, and Permanent, Sources and Requirements by Source October 4 Part III. Types of Real Estate Development Residential, Commercial: Office, Industrial, and Retail, Mixed Use, Overlay: Suburban, Urban, Rural, and Downtown
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Overlay: Economics and Demographics Overlay: Legal entities and Types Overlay: Redevelopment.
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