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|RE 37100 - Puerto Rico Real Estate: An Immersive Learning Experience|
This is a 1-credit RE Minor elective focused on affordable housing development in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The primary component of the course includes an immersive, week-long study over spring break of an active real estate mixed-income development project in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Students will navigate the key elements of a successful mixed-income affordable housing development including financing, entitlements, land analysis, programming, concept design, construction costs analysis, and the importance of community engagement.
Spring break field trip activities include visiting the old town of San Juan, touring the proposed building site, assessing key aspects of the project, meeting with project stakeholders including community leaders, Government officials, developers, and service providers, and preparing a final presentation for the proposed development.
Students will also meet 4-5 times on campus prior to the trip for a variety of industry-focused discussions related to real estate and housing, as well as one meeting following the trip. Campus meetings will be Monday or Tuesday evenings, TBD.
Flights, hotel accommodations, and food costs will be covered for all students.
1.000 Credit hours
1.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Undeclared, All levels at the University:, Law, Undergraduate Non-Degree, Graduate Non-Degree, Undergraduate, Graduate, Graduate Business Non-Degree, Law Non-Degree, Employee Non-Degree, St. Mary's College, Holy Cross College, Parish Programs, Graduate Business, Pre-College, Law Doctorate, Graduate Architecture, Non-matriculating, Graduate Business, Graduate
Schedule Types: Class
Fitzgerld Inst for Real Estate Department
MREL-Real Estate Minor Electv
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
St. Mary's College
Holy Cross College
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:
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