Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
An introduction to real estate which aims to develop an understanding of real property: characteristics and functions of the real property market; pricing of land and resources. Welfare and economic efficiency and includes economic efficiency through the price system. Urban land use: land use and land values; pattern of urban land use; growth of urban land areas; quality of urban environment; housing, regional policy. The government and land resources: impact of government economic policy on land resources; theory of urban public finance; taxation and land resources; recent developments.
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