Real Estate Investment and Capital Markets Individual Course Modules
Private Debt: Underwriting Traditional Mortgage Loans Individual Course Module (REICM2)Includes Credits
We will discuss the commercial mortgage capital markets in regards to lenders, mortgage types and terms. Students will review and understand the contents of a loan submission package in addition to reviewing permanent loan underwriting guidelines and understanding how lenders make decisions on financing commercial property.
Real Estate Investment Management Individual Course Module (REICM8)Includes Credits
In this course, we'll start by taking an in-depth look at how investors view real estate as an investment class alongside other investment alternatives. Students will learn about basic asset-pricing theory and investment performance evaluation and benchmarking techniques.
Role of Real Estate in an Investment Portfolio Individual Course Module (REICM7)Includes Credits
In this course, we'll discuss the attributes of real estate that make it attractive as part of a multi-asset investment portfolio and examine historical real estate risk and return performance relative to other asset classes.
Public Equity REITS Individual Course Module (REICM6)Includes Credits
This course will provide an overview of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and discuss the requirements necessary to qualify as a REIT.
Private Equity Individual Course Module (REICM5)Includes Credits
During this course, students will take an in-depth look into real estate private equity markets. We will examine the sources of equity financing and discuss the investment vehicles used by private equity.
Securitization and CMBS Individual Course Module (REICM4)Includes Credits
This module will present a comprehensive overview of commercial mortgage markets as well as a discussion of the role and process of securitization.
Private Debt: Pricing Traditional Mortgage Loans Individual Course Module (REICM3)Includes Credits
In this module, students will learn to identify and understand the differences between expected returns and stated yields on commercial mortgage loans.