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ECO 336 - Urban and Real Estate Economics

Applies economic models and methods for understanding urban real estate markets. Topics include urbanization and urban growth; determinants of land rents and urban spatial structure; characteristics and determinants of real estate markets; location choice; transportation, poverty, crime, and education in cities; relationship between real estate markets and business cycles. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: ECO 211 or ECO 200, and admitted to Seidman College of Business or by permit.

Credits: 3



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