Wisconsin School of Business

Thomas Landgraf

Senior Lecturer - Real Estate & Urban Land Economics

Thomas Landgraf is a senior lecturer in the Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics.

Landgraf teaches the Residential Property Development Class. This course acquaints students with both the approach, and the necessary tools such as financing, government programs and regulations, that a successful developer will need to understand in order to succeed.

He is currently Principal of Dimension Development, LLC, which provides public and private clients advice on development of affordable and market rate rental housing and older adult assisted living units.

Landgraf earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the Wisconsin School of Business.
 

Undergraduate Courses


Green-Sustainable Development (RES 651 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Residentl Property Devlpmnt
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Fall 2008.

Residentl Property Devlpmnt
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Spring 2009.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Fall 2002.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Spring 2002.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Spring 2002.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Fall 2003.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Spring 2003.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Fall 2004.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Spring 2004.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Spring 2005.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Spring 2001.

Research and Administrative Issues in Taxation
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Fall 2005.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Spring 2006.

Residentl Property Devlpmnt
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Fall 2009.

Residentl Property Devlpmnt
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Spring 2010.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611), Fall 2006.

Residentl Property Devlpmnt
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Fall 2010.

Residentl Property Devlpmnt (RES 611), Fall 2011.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Fall 2007.

Residentl Property Devlpmnt
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 611 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Contemporary Topics (RES 365), Spring 2002.

Contemporary Topics (RES 365 Section 2), Spring 2008.



Graduate Courses


Residential Property Development
Course DescriptionA capstone course. In-depth exposure to the world of the residential builder/developer/subdivider and the necessary tools of analysis--market analysis, zoning/environmental and other entitlements, site planning and design, infrastructure/construction cost analysis, financing, feasibility analysis, deal structuring, renovation/rehabilitation, special needs housing.
(RES 765 Section 1), Fall 2007.



Combined Undergraduate & Graduate Courses


Contemporary Topics (RES/RES 765/365 Section 2), Spring 2009.



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Thomas Landgraf

 
Senior Lecturer | Real Estate & Urban Land Economics
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