RED 507 - Survey of Responsible Real Estate Development
There is an interest in assuring that real estate development of the future is more socially, environmentally, and economically responsible than in the past. Emerging research shows that responsible real estate development can produce competitive short-term and superior long-term financial returns. This survey course will review sweeping changes occurring in real estate development, including the role of various real estate professionals and activities in responding to these changes responsibly. Class Notes: **Course Requisites: Undergraduate Seniors interested in taking this course must be SBEBSSBE degree (Senior and Senior plus) or obtain instructor consent.
RED 625 - Market Analysis for Responsible Real Estate Development
This course serves as a primer for the analysis techniques and data sources used to segment real estate markets, quantify demand, and evaluate competing supply. This course considers the balance of demand and supply as a key component to responsible real estate development. Students will complete a real estate market analysis, including the written study and concept presentation, as part of this course. The course focuses on real estate industry methods to evaluate development opportunities and the skills needed to identify and quantify new and emerging opportunities for more sustainable development types.
RED 605 - Advanced Real Estate Finance: Software & Technology
This course is designed to advance students’ knowledge of the industry leading data and software required to succeed in real estate development and finance. Drawing on tools from CoStar, Real Capital Analytics, ARGUS, and Site To Do Business, the class illustrates use of the programs in the context of solving real estate development and finance problems.