Taught by an experienced real estate practitioner, this course will introduce students to a variety
of real estate financing techniques using examples of actual real estate projects in the private,
non-profit and government sectors. The financing structures that will be introduced include
traditional bank debt, municipal bonds, government agency debt, structured vehicles, low income
tax credits, and new market tax credits. Students will learn how to analyze the financial
feasibility of a project by applying different financing structures and then determining which
structure is optimal given the project’s goals.
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