Wisconsin School of Business

Sharon McCabe

Faculty Associate

Faculty Associate - James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate, Real Estate & Urban Land Economics

Sharon L. McCabe is an associate director within the Graaskamp Center for Real Estate and a senior lecturer in the Real Estate and Urban Land Economics Department, both in the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business. for over ten years, Sharon has taught several different classes at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Sharon also is actively involved in the recruitment, retention and placement of the real estate MBAs in the program. She also serves as the faculty advisor for the UW Real Estate Club (REC).

Sharon has spent over 20 years in the real estate industry as a market analyst, appraiser, assessor and instructor. She has experience valuing all types of commercial properties including shopping centers, hotels, office buildings and both market-rate and subsidized apartment buildings. As a commercial assessor for the city of Madison, she was responsible for valuing over 1,000 properties worth over $1 Billion dollars for ad valorem taxation purposes.

Sharon has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Urban Land Economics and a Master’s of Science degree in Real Estate Appraisal and Investment Analysis, both from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. She is a real estate broker, certified general appraiser and a licensed real property assessor.

 

Undergraduate Courses


Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Fall 2003.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Spring 2003.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Spring 2003.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Fall 2004.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Spring 2004.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Spring 2004.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Spring 2005.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Fall 2005.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Spring 2006.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415), Fall 2006.

Real Estate Valuation (RES 415 Section 001), Summer 1998.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Valuation of Real Estate
Course DescriptionTechniques of real estate valuation. Market analysis, legal and political analysis, and highest and best use analysis; in-depth exposure to the three approaches to valuation; market comparison, income, and cost; the role of valuation in real estate investment; government regulation of appraisers.
(RES 415 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Contemporary Topics (RES 365 Section 1), Fall 2007.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306 Section 1), Spring 2009.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306), Spring 2005.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306 Section 1), Fall 2009.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306 Section 1), Spring 2010.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306), Fall 2006.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306 Section 1), Fall 2010.

The Real Estate Process (RES 306), Fall 2011.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306 Section 1), Spring 2007.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306 Section 1), Fall 2007.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(RES 306 Section 1), Spring 2008.



Graduate Courses


Contemporary Topics (RES 765 Section 2), Fall 2009.

Contemporary Topics (RES 765 Section 2), Spring 2010.

International Real Estate (RES/INT 730), Fall 2008.

International Real Estate (RES/INT 730), Fall 2009.

Techniques-Real Est Valuatn
Course DescriptionTopics include highest and best use and most probable use analysis, statistical methods for developing adjustment factors and comparable selection for the market comparison approach, discounted cash flow analysis and income capitalization, and cost approach methods. Issues in appraisal ethics and federal requirements for appraisal practice.
(RES 715 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Techniques of Real Estate Valuation
Course DescriptionTopics include highest and best use and most probable use analysis, statistical methods for developing adjustment factors and comparable selection for the market comparison approach, discounted cash flow analysis and income capitalization, and cost approach methods. Issues in appraisal ethics and federal requirements for appraisal practice.
(RES 715), Fall 2001.

Techniques of Real Estate Valuation
Course DescriptionTopics include highest and best use and most probable use analysis, statistical methods for developing adjustment factors and comparable selection for the market comparison approach, discounted cash flow analysis and income capitalization, and cost approach methods. Issues in appraisal ethics and federal requirements for appraisal practice.
(RES 715), Fall 2003.

Techniques of Real Estate Valuation
Course DescriptionTopics include highest and best use and most probable use analysis, statistical methods for developing adjustment factors and comparable selection for the market comparison approach, discounted cash flow analysis and income capitalization, and cost approach methods. Issues in appraisal ethics and federal requirements for appraisal practice.
(RES 715), Fall 2004.

Techniques-Real Est Valuatn
Course DescriptionTopics include highest and best use and most probable use analysis, statistical methods for developing adjustment factors and comparable selection for the market comparison approach, discounted cash flow analysis and income capitalization, and cost approach methods. Issues in appraisal ethics and federal requirements for appraisal practice.
(RES 715 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Techniques of Real Estate Valuation
Course DescriptionTopics include highest and best use and most probable use analysis, statistical methods for developing adjustment factors and comparable selection for the market comparison approach, discounted cash flow analysis and income capitalization, and cost approach methods. Issues in appraisal ethics and federal requirements for appraisal practice.
(RES 715), Fall 2006.

Techniques in Real Estate Valuation (RES 715 Section 002), Fall 1999.

Techniques in Real Estate Valuation (RES 715), Fall 2000.

Techniques of Real Estate Valuation
Course DescriptionTopics include highest and best use and most probable use analysis, statistical methods for developing adjustment factors and comparable selection for the market comparison approach, discounted cash flow analysis and income capitalization, and cost approach methods. Issues in appraisal ethics and federal requirements for appraisal practice.
(RES 715 Section 1), Fall 2007.



Combined Undergraduate & Graduate Courses


The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(AAE/RES/ECO 306/306/306), Fall 2005.

The Real Estate Process
Course DescriptionIntroductory survey course. Decision-making processes for the manufacture, marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
(AAE/RES/ECO 306/306/306), Spring 2006.



Professional Organizations


Commercial Brokers Group

Wisconsin Association of Assessing Officers (WAAO)

Downtown Madison Inc (DMI)

Downtown Madison Inc (DMI)


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Sharon McCabe

Faculty Associate
 
Faculty Associate | James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate, Real Estate & Urban Land Economics
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