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Real Estate and Property Management


By undertaking this course you will learn about:

  • The workings of the commercial property market and its relevance to national and international financial and investment markets.
  • Advanced current investment and appraisal techniques.
  • Legal, economic, planning, technical and facilities management factors in property management decision making.
  • IT in the property industry.
  • Environmental considerations of real estate development and management.

Valuation and Investment Appraisal:

  • Characteristics and economics of the property market.
  • Analysis of property market data and methods of valuation.
  • Valuation of freehold and leasehold interests.
  • RICS Valuation Standards.
  • Investment in property and non-property assets.
  • Portfolio principles and risk management.
  • Appraisal and performance measurement.

Property Law and Practice

  • Legal principles underpinning property and investment.
  • The nature of UK and international law.
  • Contractual relationships.
  • Professional obligations and liabilities.
  • Law of estate agency.
  • Lease covenants and clauses.

Buildings In Use:

  • The design and construction process.
  • Appraising alternative solutions.
  • Foundation, structures and enclosures.
  • Strategic facilities management and measurement.
  • Commercial procurement.
  • Workplace design and organisational achievement.
  • Environmental impact.
  • Business continuity planning.
  • Future trends.

Planning and Development:

  • Land use planning.
  • Planning law and regulation.
  • Development plans and planning appeals.
  • Sustainable development, urban renaissance and regeneration.
  • Traditional development appraisal for land value and profit.
  • Cash flow and advanced DCF appraisal techniques.
  • Marketing of development schemes.
  • Property development finance.


This module allows you to develop a research proposal with clear aims and objectives related to the programme of study. With support and training in research methods, you will undertake critical analysis of existing research and engage in various forms of recognised research in order to produce a sustained, sophisticated, and logical argument in the form of a written dissertation.

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