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Reason #47: Capstone Course: Real Estate Transactions

Capstone Course: Real Estate Transactions

This course is designed to be a Capstone course for third year (3L) students interested in an in-depth, practical and advanced course in real estate law and real estate finance.  Students will be participate in simulated experiences throughout the semester, and will end the semester negotiating a real estate development deal. The course will explore land development, real estate finance, foreclosures and receiverships and the development of real estate projects such as condominium, office and retail facilities. The focus will be on real estate commercial transactions in South Carolina, but will have general applicability to real estate transactions in other jurisdictions, as well as general application to residential real estate transactions.




This is a continuing post from 52 Reasons UofSC Law School is a Top 20 Public Law School