RDEV688G Selected Topics in Real Estate Development; Planning Policy, Practice and Politics for Real Estate Developers

Course

Overview

Faculty Assigned
TBD
Credits
3
Term
TBD
Schedule/Location
Tu 7:00pm - 9:40pm (ARC 1103)

This seminar course is designed to introduce and familiarize real estate graduate students and graduate students in related professions with the planning, zoning, and other entitlement processes and requirements that can influence development. It will also look at the roles planning and politics have in shaping the built environment and the development process. The course has three primary objectives, those being (1) Develop an understanding of how planning shapes the development process; (2) Develop an understanding of zoning, historic preservation, and other regulatory and entitlement processes and requirements applicable to development; (3) Develop an understanding of how to address neighborhood issues and concerns that can affect the development process.

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Catalog Description

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Prerequisites

Permission of the department.