This course uses case studies to augment student understanding of investment and financing decisions in the commercial real estate industry. The course builds on the foundational course, Commercial Real Estate Finance and Investments I (FINC-454), in three ways. First, it explores additional topics relevant to commercial real estate, including valuing land held for commercial development and the allocation and investment decisions of institutional investors into real estate assets. Second, it adds additional depth to topics introduced in the foundational course with a closer examination of mortgage-backed securities. Finally, the course introduces students to multi-faceted real estate decision making by examining issues involving simultaneous consideration of the concepts taught in both FINC-454 and FINC-455.
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