Property Development-Planning (FMAN 441)
Introduction to principles and processes of real estate development. The public sector's role in approving and regulating development will be examined along with the roles and responsibilities of the development team. Leasing practice from the landlord and tenant perspective is examined. Areas of study also include; history of real estate development, market analysis, demographics, zoning, feasibility studies and finance, and development practices and trends. Pre-Requisites: FMAN 321, BLAW 221 or permission. Typically Offered Fall only
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