Open date: June 30th, 2021
Next review date: Friday, Oct 15, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
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Final date: Friday, Oct 15, 2021 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)
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This course surveys the concepts, methods, and techniques of financing residential and nonresidential real estate while also identifying and analyzing the various instruments used for such purposes. Instruction covers sources, characteristics, and parameters of mortgage capital; fixed, variable rate, and other alternative types of mortgages; government-assisted financing (such as VA, FHA, and SBA); the secondary mortgage market; mathematical analysis of finance transactions (amortization, loan constants, present and future value, compound interest, APR, capitalization rates, debt coverage, and other financial ratios and ways of determining yield); loan underwriting, processing, closing, and servicing; foreclosures and alternatives thereto (such as short sales) and related anti deficiency law issues; guaranties; construction, bridge, permanent, wraparound, mezzanine, and leasehold financing; impact of how title is held and real estate tax effects; comparison of investment choices, both before and after taxes are factored in; plus syndication and other equity sharing issues. Case studies for financing proposals for single-family, multifamily, and commercial transactions are featured.
General Job Description
Instructors teach students to understand the fundamentals, technical aspects, and concepts of the subject matter. More importantly they prepare students to
utilize this understanding practically in the workforce. In addition to teaching
proficiency in technical matters, instructors utilize case studies and real life examples wherever possible to help students take their understanding from the pages of the textbook into the work of the real world.
To accomplish this, instructors foster a collaborative, inclusive learning environment developed to support the success of all UCLA Extension students coming from a wide range of educational, personal, and professional backgrounds.
- Develop and/or update course syllabus in consultation with the UCLA Extension Program Director as assigned using approved syllabus template
- Prepare and deliver course materials and learning assessments in assigned format(in-person, online or hybrid)
- Utilize the Canvas Learning Management System as the course support platform for in-person courses and as the delivery platform for online and hybrid courses
- Communicate teaching objectives and specific learning outcomes to students and clearly outline the grading policies for the course
- Evaluate student achievement of specific learning outcomes and assign grades
- Post final student grades to the transcript system in
- Advanced degree from an accredited institution; MBA, CPA or JD preferred
- Current knowledge of and demonstrated proficiency in subject area
- College-level teaching experience preferred
- Experience designing curriculum and measuring student performance preferred
- Must be committed to the highest level of academic standards and integrity
- Highly effective oral and written communication skills, including the ability to convey conceptual and complex ideas and information
- Highly effective interpersonal skills
- Proficiency in (or willingness to learn) the use of instructional technology and online teaching tools
- Current participation in professional associations
Advanced degree from an accredited institution; MBA, CPA or JD preferred
Current knowledge of and demonstrated proficiency in subject area
College-level teaching experience preferred
Experience designing curriculum and measuring student performance preferred
Must be committed to the highest level of academic standards and integrity
Highly effective oral and written communication skills, including the ability to
convey conceptual and complex ideas and information
Highly effective interpersonal skills
Proficiency in (or willingness to learn) the use of instructional technology and online teaching tools
Current participation in professional associations
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