Real estate 320

Module code EWS 320
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
Module content

The establishment of townships; types of dwelling units and housing types; principles of medium and high density residential development; development of sectional title and group housing; development of retirement centres; introduction to commercial property development; development of office buildings, parking garages, shopping centres, industrial parks; and rehabilitation and conversion of buildings; Green Building; Development life-cycle; risk assessment; management and marketing of property developments; environmental impact assessment.

Module credits 12.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites EWS 310
Contact time 3 lectures per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Construction Economics
Period of presentation Semester 1

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