Managing assets and tenant relationships is the largest sub segment of the Real Estate industry due to the large number of existing buildings. Property and Facility management plays a critical role in the bottom line investment performance and is an important cost component to the P&L of occupiers. In this course, students will learn about the physical, financial and social components of commercial property management. The class will focus on office buildings, shopping centers, and also cover hotels, multi-family and industrial sites. Students will understand the similarities and differences in management techniques for various property types and learn how to apply them successfully. Students will also study professional and interpersonal interactions with property stakeholders including tenants, owners, brokers, vendors, and regulatory authorities.
Typically offered in May and October
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Certificate in Commercial Real Estate Practice : Certificate in Commercial Real Estate Practice