EIE310 Property Market and Analysis
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Course responsible: Knut Boge
Teachers: Terje Holsen
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Landscape and Society
Teaching language: NO
Limits of class size:
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: Study year 2007-2008
M-EUTV, M-EIE, M-BYREG
- Introduction to the Norwegian property market. Short introduction to the plan's significance for the property values. Property development as a process. Basic urban economics
- Guest lecturers given by real estate developers
- Local real estete market analysis
The student will acquire an overview of the property market in Norway incl. the different sub markets. The student should be familiar with the most important factors that influence the property markets and be able to do analyses of local property markets. The students should be familiar with property development as a process.
Lectures ca. 4 h total per week. Self study. Project work in small groups. Individual theoretical paper.
Some supervision in connection with project work/group work.Study platform https://nmbu.instructure.com/CanvasTimetable https://cloud.timeedit.net/nmbu/web/student/TimeEdit
Geltner, D. M., Miller, N. G., Clayton, J. & Eichholtz, P. (2014). Commercial real estate: analysis & investments. 3. ed. Mason, OH: On Course Learning
Reed, R. (2021). Property Development. 7th ed. London and NY: Routledge. [Lagt til av Knut Boge 210322].
Overview of course material and curriculum will be handed out at the start of the semester.
Basic knowledge of investment analysis, macro-economical topics, market analysis, education on bachelors level.
Project work in groups, including cooperation contract for projectproject synopsispresentation in plenumproject assignmentIndividual paperExcursion
Ca. 50 hours of lectures and common supervision. Ca. 125 hours of project work/group work. Ca. 125 hours of self study
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse).
Type of course:
Ca. 40 hours of lectures. Ca. 10 hours common supervision and presentation related to the project work.
An external examiner participates in the evaluation of the examination of all the candidates.
Conversations on the topic's content and implementation is a fixed topic during the censorship conference.
Examination details: Group assignment: Letter grades