Wisconsin School of Business

Michael Johnson

Lecturer

Lecturer - Real Estate & Urban Land Economics

 
 

Undergraduate Courses


Computer Applications in Real Estate Analysis
Course DescriptionComputer methods for real estate investment/feasibility analysis, evaluation of mortgage design and mortgage pricing models; computer analysis of option models in real estate, use of sales comparison adjustment grid methods; implementation of capital asset pricing and portfolio models in real estate.
(RES 631), Spring 2005.

Computer Applications in Real Estate Analysis
Course DescriptionComputer methods for real estate investment/feasibility analysis, evaluation of mortgage design and mortgage pricing models; computer analysis of option models in real estate, use of sales comparison adjustment grid methods; implementation of capital asset pricing and portfolio models in real estate.
(RES 631), Spring 2006.

Computer Applications in Real Estate Analysis
Course DescriptionComputer methods for real estate investment/feasibility analysis, evaluation of mortgage design and mortgage pricing models; computer analysis of option models in real estate, use of sales comparison adjustment grid methods; implementation of capital asset pricing and portfolio models in real estate.
(RES 631 Section 1), Spring 2007.

Cmptr Appl-Real Estate Anal
Course DescriptionComputer methods for real estate investment/feasibility analysis, evaluation of mortgage design and mortgage pricing models; computer analysis of option models in real estate, use of sales comparison adjustment grid methods; implementation of capital asset pricing and portfolio models in real estate.
(RES 631 Section 1), Spring 2008.

Computer Applications-Real Estate Analysis (RES 361), 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 Section 1), Fall 2008.

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), Summer 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), Summer 2005.



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.
(RES 706 Section 1), Spring 2010.

The Real Estate Process (RES 706), Spring 2011.



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.
(RES/RES 306/706), Summer 2002.

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/RES 306/706), Summer 2003.



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Michael Johnson

Lecturer
 
Lecturer | Real Estate & Urban Land Economics
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