Fall 2013 MBA Course

B8332-001: Real Estate Transactions

MW - Full Term, 04:00PM to 05:30PM

Location: URI 333

Instructor: Jennifer Morgan

Prerequisite(s): B8306

Corequisite(s): B8331

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This course provides you with an understanding of the institutional framework of commercial real estate transactions.  It is the complement to the analytics of finance and investment.  Real estate transactions draw upon a vast array of laws and regulations – property law, contract law, land-use law, environment law, securities law, constitutional law, corporate law, bankruptcy law, insurance law, and riparian law.  Tax considerations similarly play a significant role in shaping transactions as real estate is highly sensitive to taxation at all levels of government and across all stages of property ownership. You should finish the course knowing how the terms and conditions spelled out in a term sheet find their way into particular sections and provisions of a deal’s legal documentation.  To succeed in this business, you will need to be savvy consumers of legal expertise, notwithstanding the knowledge and expertise of your attorney.


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