Financing of community development projects involves a range of public and private sources of capital. This course will introduce students to various financing sources, their programmatic requirements, and underwriting approaches, including the valuation of collateral. On completing the course, students will have an understanding of the framework surrounding the real estate/community development process, which will assist them in planning projects, interacting with government authorities, contracting project team members, and securing project financing.
Students can get a jumpstart with Summer 2020 Courses. Offerings include design, architecture, photography, drawing, making, design thinking, historic preservation, real estate, and social innovation and social entrepreneurship. View the Tulane School of Architecture Summer 2020 Course Offerings.
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