Levin College of Law
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Real Estate Investment, Finance, and Development

Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 2

This course will provide an examination of the real estate development process and legal relationships involved in the process. The course will acquaint the students with such areas as site selection and entity choice, acquisition and disposition transactions, the regulatory process (state and federal), and issues arising during the construction period. This course will be an interactive case study-based course that focuses on multi-family projects currently in development, blending real-life real estate case studies with lessons in personal/professional leadership and law. The course will also touch on the fundamentals of real estate investment and finance.