Immobilien-Projektentwicklung

Key Info

Basic Information

Studypath:
Master in Business Administration
Semester:
2
Course Type:
Lecture
Language:
German
Cycle:
Winter term
Scheduling:
Entire semester
Course Units:
2.0
Credits:
5.0
Course Limit:
20
Compulsory Attendance:
No

Lecturer

  • Dr. Claudia Nadler

Die folgenden Informationen stellen ein unverbindliches Informationsangebot dar und beziehen sich auf die Prüfungsordnung MSBWL/13, SMPO 6. Änderungsordnung (zum WS 2018/19) (08.02.2019) für den Studiengang Master Betriebswirtschaftslehre. Rechtlich verbindliche Informationen entnehmen Sie bitte der offiziellen Veröffentlichung der Prüfungsordnung.

Syllabus

Project development is the first phase of the real estate life cycle. Therefore, it incorporates the highest degree of flexibility concerning the utilization concept, the highest potential return, but also the highest risk.
Thus, a feasibility study – consisting of location and market analysis, risk analysis, profitability assessment, financing strategy and marketing concept – is of decisive importance for the success of each project development.
This course first provides detailed information on how to develop the qualitative and quantitative components of a feasibility study. Second, students perform a feasibility analysis for a genuine real estate project development in North Rhine-Westphalia and present and discuss their results in class.

Objectives

The main objective of this course is to provide the necessary methodological knowledge to prepare a feasibility study as well as the capability to question critically the preconditions for applying these methods. Students also get to know new research approaches to quantify sustainable features of real estate development, namely social and ecological impacts. The course will also train the abilities of the participants to communicate challenging issues and present them in class.

Prerequisites

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Examination

Paper (85%, graded), Colloquium (15%, graded)

Further Information

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Literature

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