Commercial Real Estate Management

Commercial Real Estate Management
Fundamentals of commercial real estate investment, understanding market influences, contracts and property portfolio management.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesCFM 110 & CFM 426
 TaughtFall, Spring Contact Department
 ProgramsContaining CFM 420
Course Outcomes


  • Obtain a knowledge of:
    • tenancy cycles
    • phases of real estate
    • types of real estate management
    • financial approaches in commercial real estate
    • successful real estate development projects
    • property management essentials
    • effective investment principles
    • lease types
    • due diligence studies
    • valuing property
  • Analyze residential and commercial developments
  • Knowledge of current introduction information on the commercial real estate management profession
  • Know the role of a manager to create value for the property owner(s)

Assessment of the above learning outcomes is performed through instructor analysis of homework, labs, exams, classroom observations, property visits and tours, student feedback, and course evaluations.