Real Estate Asset Management
Lecturers: Anton Jung
• acquire a solid understanding of the goals, structures, tools/methods and processes/workflows of modern sustainable real estate management
• are able to develop workflows and use tools/methods for strategic decision making in regards to the one-property-level as well as the portfolio level
• experience the practical value of theory and models in applying them on problems of every day real estate management work
• gain knowledge about the different situations and requirements of major real estate asset classes (residential and commercial: office, logistics, hotel, and/or retail)
• are able to apply knowledge and skills to formulate concepts and strategies to prepare decisions and realize value generating potential of typical asset management problems in the life-cycle of residential and commercial assets
• are competent to develop alternative options as well as scenarios and to compare them based on explicit criteria deducted from assumed or given stakeholder goals
• practice individual as well as interdisciplinary team work case studies
• learn to write and present well founded decision memos on property or portfolio strategies or regarding single measures like lease contracts or tenant improvement measures
Interactive lectures in which
• case studies from different life cycle phases of residential and commercial real estate asset management (strategy, marketing, letting, maintenance, redevelopment, transaction) are introduced.
• students brainstorm, propose and discuss possible strategies/solutions, based on previous studies, personal background and concepts/models/tools/ from preparatory literature;
• external experts provide input on selected, case-relevant issues
• students’ written decision memos are discussed and commented.