REA 251 Real Estate Principles. (3) N
Regulation, practices, legal aspects, and professional opportunities of the real estate industry. Cannot be applied to Real Estate major.
REA 300 Real Estate Analysis. (3) A
Application of economic theory and analytical techniques to real estate markets. Topics include law, finance, appraisal, market analysis, investments, development. Prerequisite: professional program business student.
REA 331 Real Estate Finance. (3) A
Legal, market, and institutional factors related to financing proposed and existing properties. Emphasis on current financing techniques and quantitative methods. Prerequisites: FIN 300; professional program business student.
REA 380 Real Estate Fundamentals. (3) F, S
Real estate for the student/consumer with an emphasis on the applied aspects of each area of real estate specialization. Prerequisites: 2.00 ASU GPA; junior standing; not open to Real Estate majors.
REA 394 ST: Special Topics. (3) N
|(a)||Real Estate Fundamentals|
REA 401 Real Estate Appraisal. (3) A
Factors affecting the value of real estate. Theory and practice of appraising and preparation of the appraisal report. Appraisal techniques. Prerequisites: REA 300; professional program business student.
REA 441 Real Estate Land Development. (3) A
Neighborhood and city growth. Municipal planning and zoning. Development of residential, commercial, industrial, and special purpose properties. Prerequisites: REA 300; professional program business student.
REA 456 Real Estate Investments. (3) A
Analysis of investment decisions for various property types. Cash flow and rate of return analysis. Prerequisites: FIN 300; professional program business student.
REA 461 Current Real Estate Topics. (3) N
Current real estate topics of interest are discussed and analyzed. Prerequisites: REA 300; professional program business student.
REA 591 Seminar in Selected Real Estate Topics. (3) N
Topics may be selected from the following:
|(a)||Real Estate Development.
Development process covering feasibility, site selection, planning, design, financing, and construction. Relationship of land use controls and regulations to the private sector.
|(b)||Real Estate Finance and Investments.
Basic techniques for analyzing the financial feasibility of real estate investments. Includes cash flow, yield and risk analysis; taxation, form of ownership, and management.
|(c)||Real Estate Market Analysis.
Analytical techniques used in performing market research to assess the feasibility of proposed residential, retail, office, and other developments.
|(d)||Real Estate Research.
Reviews current research in areas such as market studies, mortgage securement, valuation, development, investments, and government regulation.
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