Course code EIE101

EIE101 Introduction to Real Estate I

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Course responsible: Einar Anders Hegstad
Teachers: Sølve Bærug, Håvard Steinsholt
ECTS credits: 5
Faculty: Faculty of Landscape and Society
Teaching language: NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2011H
Course contents:
The course has 5 main topics: 1. Tenure theory 2. Tenure relations, geography and land tenure regulations 3. Valuation of real estate 4. Expropriation and land consolidation 5. Tenure creation and registration The topics are taught individually with compulsory exercises that should be solved through individual study. Feedback is given.
Learning outcome:
The students should acquire knowledge of: 1. Basic land tenure theory and theoretical concepts 2. Land tenure relations and land tenure geography in Norway 3. Main features of the land tenure legal system 4. Main principles of evaluating, various legal valuation principles, simple calculations 5. Main features related to expropriation 6. What land consolidation is, and causes for undertaking consolidation and the planning work in land consolidation 7. Main features regarding tenure creation and registration in Norway
Learning activities:
Lectures. Exercises. Self-study.
Teaching support:

Study platform https://nmbu.instructure.com/Canvas

Timetable https://cloud.timeedit.net/nmbu/web/student/TimeEdit

Syllabus:
Korsvolla, K., Sevatdal, H. & H. Steinsholt 2004. Eiendomsforhold i utmark og næringsutvikling. Serie B, rapport B1/2004.Sevatdal, Hans, Sky P. K. & E. Berge 2019. Eigedomsteori: innføring i samfunnsvitskapleg teoritilfang for utøving av eigedomsfag.Bærug, S. 2017. Verdsetting av fast eiendom - En innføring. Universitetsforlaget, Oslo.

The syllabus will be available at Canvas.

Recommended prerequisites:
Mandatory activity:
5 compulsory assignments
Assessment:
5 compulsory exercises. One in each of the main topics of the course. All exercises must be passed.
Nominal workload:
Lectures: 50 hours. Exercises and feedback on these, independent study: 100 hours.
Entrance requirements:
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse)
Reduction of credits:
EIE100, 5 credits EIE225, 5 credits EIE226, 5 credits
Type of course:
Lectures: 50 hours. Exercises and feedback on these.
Note:
The course is offered simultaneously with EIE100
Examiner:
Examination details: :