Study Real Estate Courses at Harvard University
Using key real estate asset types as representative examples, use technology, proprietary data, and a proven framework to elevate your decision making and investment outcomes.
We’ll cover global and US-specific macroeconomics, financial market conditions, the drivers of wealth creation in any given society and the role of “place” in it, demographics, societal trends, the dynamics and measurement of regional, local, and neighborhood economies, and then the identification of specific assets most likely to align with the resulting investment strategy. We’ll cover a range of investment strategies, from CORE, Value Add, Distress (and near-Distress), as well as the Development decision, and how and when to pivot between strategies, and we’ll draw from proprietary data sets as well as compilation of existing publicly available data.
For this program, we will look at one or more asset classes as examples: office, industrial, self-storage, student housing, alternative US housing (single family rental, manufactured housing).
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||All Nationalities|