|INTRODUCTION TO REAL ESTATE 1
The course is intended for those who are interested in real estate. It is an introduction to the profession, and
|No specific pre-requisites, we will, however, wish you to be aware that there are UK Universities that have approved this course as qualifying for Distance Learning Associate and Bachelor’s Degrees. For any student intending to continue to such Distance Learning, a minimum standard of English and Mathematics is needed.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:
INTRODUCTION TO REAL ESTATE 1
Introduction, essential housekeeping, introduction of students to lecturer and vice-versa. Discussion of plans and ideas from the course.
Introduction to Valuation, the past, present but not the future! Including standard changes effective from 2020.
Introduction to Planning-the reasoning and history behind planning and building control.
Introduction to Economics-When is a straight line not a straight line?
Introduction to Law. Contract, Tort and Landlord and Tenant.
Introduction to Property Management.
Examples of applied valuations, and the methods that are applied. to include mathematics!
Planning and Zoning, and the planning application process in Cayman
Introduction to Valuation for Insurance.
Landlord and Tenant and Strata structure in Cayman.
Final Assessment / Presentation / Exam
Finalisation, Course review and details of opportunities to continue.
Lectures, presentations, possible guest speakers.
Assessment is by way of an open book examination.
Handouts will be presented, and course material will be offered by direct e-mail -and for those with access to Blackboard, material will be uploaded on Blackboard LMS.
A scientific calculator will be of benefit-separate from your smartphone, as some smartphone calculator apps are simpler than others.