Real Estate Finance & Investments17th Edition
• Concepts and techniques included in the text are used in many careers related to real estate.
• This text is designed to help readers understand the risk and return for both lenders and investors, include the impact of COVID-19, so that they can perform the necessary analysis and make informed decisions.
PART ONE: Overview of Real Estate Finance and Investments
Chapter 1: Real Estate Investment: Basic Legal Concepts
Chapter 2: Real Estate Financing: Notes and Mortgages
PART TWO: Mortgage Loans
Chapter 3: Mortgage Loan Foundations: The Time Value ofMoney
Chapter 4: Fixed Interest Rate Mortgage Loans
Chapter 5: Adjustable and Floating Rate Mortgage Loans
Chapter 6: Mortgages: Additional Concepts, Analysis, andApplications
PART THREE: Residential Housing
Chapter 7: Single-Family Housing: Pricing, Investment, andTax Considerations
Chapter 8: Underwriting and Financing Residential Properties
PART FOUR: Income-Producing Properties
Chapter 9: Income-Producing Properties: Leases, Rents, andthe Market for Space
Chapter 10: Valuation of Income Properties: Appraisal andthe Market for Capital
Chapter 11: Investment Analysis and Taxation of IncomeProperties
Chapter 12: Financial Leverage and Financing Alternatives
Chapter 13: Risk Analysis
Chapter 14: Disposition and Renovation of Income Properties
Chapter 15: Financing Corporate Real Estate
PART FIVE: Financing Real Estate Development
Chapter 16: Financing Project Development
Chapter 17: Financing Land Development Projects
PART SIX: Alternative Real Estate Financing and InvestmentVehicles
Chapter 18: Structuring Real Estate Investments: OrganizationalForms and Joint Ventures
Chapter 19: The Secondary Mortgage Market: Pass-ThroughSecurities
Chapter 20: The Secondary Mortgage Market: CMOs, CDOs, CLOs,and Derivative Securities
Chapter 21: Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
PART SEVEN: Portfolio Analysis and Real Estate Funds
Chapter 22: Real Estate Investment Performance and PortfolioConsiderations
Chapter 23: Real Estate Funds: Structure, Performance, Benchmarking,Risk and Attribution Analysis
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