Assessing opportunities offered by real property requires an appreciation of the relationship between the property sector and underlying economic drivers. This course introduces property economics as a primarily consideration of decision making when buying, developing and managing property. On this basis the subject includes relevant economic theory and its application to urbanisation, infrastructure, location theory and other economic sectors closely related to property.
- BUS102 or enrolled in Program AR382, AB313, SC410, AR404 or AR406
- Semester of offer Subject to change
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- Band 3
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