Deals with the financing, valuation, and development of real estate investments. The course examines the theoretical The course examines the theoretical and pragmatic models of valuation, the financial structure of successful developments, and the appropriate models of investment choice and portfolio management for real estate investors. It develops an appreciation of the similarities and differences between real and financial assets, and integrates the techniques of real estate analysis with those of corporate finance. Students are expected to participate actively in analyzing real estate investments and developments through case studies and through interaction with executives from the investment, development, and lending communities. Enrollment Requirements: Pre-req = AF 301 and a minimum of 60 credits.