Professional Development Institute
Real Estate Finance: Advanced
The ongoing turmoil in global financial markets has severely impacted credit markets and jeopardized access to the financing needed for real estate acquisitions and development. A thorough understanding of real estate finance will enable practitioners to take advantage of the rapidly changing sources of capital available to them. This course will provide economic, policy, and institutional insights into recent and future trends in the financing of real estate projects.
- To identify and explore possible new sources of real estate capital
- A greater understanding of the securitization process
- The skill-set and tools needed to assess and develop a real estate project’s capital structure
Walter Torous is the Lee and Seymour Graff Endowed Professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and the Founding Director of the Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate. In the recent past, he was a Visiting Professor with the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
Registration & Fees:
Course Fee: $1,750
The program fee covers tuition, course reader, continental breakfast, and light refreshments. Registration and payment must be made at least two weeks prior to the course start date. Course information, including the reader, will be made available once payment is received.
For additional information, please contact:
Lisa M. Thoma
MIT Center for Real Estate
Office of Professional Education