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MGT 9975 Real Estate Entrepreneurship
3.0 Hours; 3.0 Credits

This course derives from the premise that since large parts of real estate are necessarily entrepreneurial, more complex aspects of real estate entrepreneurship will involve risk evaluation at “opportunistic” segments. Such higher-risk higher-return acquisition and development options require a clear foundation in due diligence from both debt and equity lenders’ perspectives. This course also addresses how deal structuring can affect the value of and stability of joint ventures engaged in high yield investing and development.

Prerequisite: RES 9776 or FIN 9776 or RES 9860 or MGT 9960 (formerly MGT 9860) or departmental permission. Credit is given for MGT 9975 or RES 9980, not both. Not open to students who have completed MGT 9875.