Real Estate Technology and Management
|Course code module||MRE0010040|
|Study load (hours)||168|
|Language of instruction:||Dutch|
|Semester exam information:||semester exam in January or June|
|Contract restriction information:|
University degree or HOLT-degree.
Minimim 3 years professional experience in real estate business or in real estate public sector. Specific foreknowledge of real estate is required.
2. Objectives (expected learning outcomes)
1. Evaluate a building from a technological point of view.
2. Optimize "real estate management" in private companies as well as in the public sector.
3. Course content
Building and architectural elements (emphasis on practical issues in project design), qualitative screening of buildings, fire protection, air conditioning, lighting, project development, operational real estate management (instruments, degree of operational leverage).
4. Teaching method
Direct contact: Lectures
Personal work: Excursion(s)Project-based work - in group
5. Assessment method
Exam: Written, without oral presentationOral, with written preparation
Written assignment: With oral presentation
6. Compulsory reading – study material
Syllabus of the lecturers.
G.Dewulf,P.Krumm,H de Jonge, editors, (2000), Successful Corporate Real Estate Strategies, Arko Publishers, Nieuwegein , 128blz., hoofdstukken 1 tot 5, 9 en 10
7. Recommended reading - study material
J.Ratcliffe, M.Stubbs and M.Shepherd ( 2002), Urban Planning and Real Estate Development , Spon Press, Londen en New York, 591blz., deel 5
M.E. Miles, G. Berens, M. A. Weiss, (2002), Real Estate Development: principles and process, 3rd edition, ULI, Washington, 577 blz.
R.C.Kyle (2000), Property Management, Dearborn Financial Publ., Chicago, 480blz.
D. Adams and C. Watkins (2002), Greenfields, brownfields ans housing development, Blackwell signs, RICS Foundation, 314 blz.
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