In the Real Estate degree program, students acquire a variety of skills in selling, leasing, buying, appraising, investing in and managing real property. Courses are offered which are required by the Ohio Division of Real Estate for persons taking the real estate sales and brokers examination.
Exploration of the institutions, methods, instruments and procedures involved in the financing of real estate, mortgage market and effects of government monetary/ fiscal policy, the requirements for loan application, loan closing process, and defaults and foreclosures.
Methodology of neighborhood, sites and building analysis, three basic techniques of appraising and the theory underlying these techniques.
An analytical approach to investment in real estate. Financing, tax considerations, appraisal, internal rate of return, acquisitions and exchanges. Case studies are used to provide examples of investment analysis techniques.
Management of residential, business, and commercial properties. Topics presented are real estate taxes, public relations, leasing, accounting and insurance.