Provides an understanding of basic concepts of the laws that apply to the purchase, development, lease, management, and transfer of real property. Prerequisites: EC 011 and EC 012; Business Administration major or minor; minimum Sophomore standing.
Prereqs enforced by the system: EC 011 and EC 012; Minimum Sophomore standing; BSAD Majors & Minors; Others by permission: contact email@example.com; Open to Degree and CDE students
Owning Real Estate is important to both personal and professional life. One component of success in the field is wise selection and financing of real property. The second, equally vital component is an understanding of basic concepts of law that applies to the purchase, development, lease management, and transfer of real property. BSAD119 addresses these basic concepts of the United States' Real Estate Law. This course is not designed to turn students into real estate lawyers. Rather the purpose of the course is to familiarize business students with some of the general outlines of real estate law. Enough to avoid obvious problems and enough to know when it is time to bring in their real estate lawyers.
5% class participation; 5% Homework problems; 10% contract; 40% mid-term open book open notes; 40% final exam open book open notes
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