IBO472 Real Estate Business (study project)

Code IBO472
Name Real Estate Business (study project)
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Professional
Field of study Civil Construction and Real Estate Management
Faculty Department of Construction Entrepreneurship and Real Estate Economics and Management
Academic staff Jānis Vanags, Linda Kauškale, Iveta Stāmure
Credit points 2.0 (3.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation During the development of the study project, students deepen their knowledge of real estate economics. Students also explain the concept of real estate, carry out its characterization, develop skills to determine economic and legal content, focusing on the functional features of real estate market, factors influencing real estate value and efficiency of transactions in this field of business..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
To provide students with knowledge and skills that is necessary to be competent in area of real estate economy and business activities focusing on the functional factors of the real estate market, factors that have an impact on the real estate value and business efficiency at this sector of business activities
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Understanding of real estate goods both as a market object and its features and their use in business - Case study, exercises,
To be competent in the real estate market, supply and demand, problems of the development, factors that influence real estate market and the connection with the development of the national economy - Case study, exercises,
To improve knowledge about the different approaches of the real estate management, main problems and potential solutions - Case study, exercises,
To be competent in the theoretical foundations of the real estate development, to identify the main problems of the creation and realization of the development projects, to explain potential solutions - Case study, exercises, study project
Course prerequisites Subject is based on knowledge acquired in previous study period

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