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BSLW 2299 Real Estate Field Projects (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course is a complement to in-class learning and provides an experiential learning component to the real estate education at CSOM. The course consists of teams of 4-5 students each working on a field project for a real estate/developer investor, not-for-profit organization or government agency. The field projects are "real world" real estate projects that involve extensive data collection/analysis,interviews with a range of experts and others that can influence the conclusions and recommendations of the team, and presentations to management of the sponsoring organization. The field projects typically include development proposals for a property; re-development plans for an existing property; and, real estate market research to assist an investor considering expansion into new geographic markets.

Instructor(s): Edward Chazen

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Each team will work under the supervision of the Instructor, with weekly team meetings to review the work plan, progress toward identified goals and practicing several presentations that form an important part of the learning experience. There will be three field projects planned.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17