This course counts toward the following majors: Real Estate, International Business
This half-credit course will expose students to the importance of both strategy and execution in the world of cross-border real estate investments. Topics will include the rationale for international investing (opportunities and risks); top-down macro factors influencing real estate markets; micro-market factors influencing real estate investment performance; and the role of transparency, taxes and legal rights in different countries. Students will analyze international private equity funds and internationally listed real estate companies and they will examine case studies of cross-border investment decisions.
While not required, students are strongly encouraged to take FINC-454-0 (Real Estate Finance and Investments) before enrolling in REAL-922-B