736 Real Estate and Construction Matters

736 Real Estate and Construction Matters

  • Study programme and level: Professional degree programme Administration 1nd Cycle
  • 2nd or 3th year
  • 6 ECTS
  • Course type: Elective
  • Lectures: 15
  • Individual work: 165
  • Lecturer: Primož Pevcin, PhD

 

1. Objectives and competences

OBJECTIVES:
Student:

  • applies valid legal rules and codes of practice in real-estate  management, selects appropriate procedures and resolves various legal situations occurring in transfer of property rights, real estate investment either in public or in private sector; the same applies to housing sector; 
  • as a representative of a business party, of an authority or public body in the field of construction of buildings analyzes various situations and adopts appropriate decisions;
  • executes particular actions within administrative procedures and implementation of contracts between participants in construction;

COMPETENCIES:
Student:

  • combines the rules of complex regulation of the fields of real-estate, construction and housing and places them into practice representing business parties or parties in administrative procedures.
  • critically evaluates feasibility studies and appraisals for real-estate and construction investment, combines interdisciplinary knowledge into basis of investment decisions, cooperates with other stakeholders and performs real-estate transactions.
  • solves problems, decides, prepares and closes real-estate, construction and related contracts;
  • systematically combines acquired information and findings, plans and performs actions in administrative procedures, prepares writings and typical documents in administrative procedures related to construction of buildings;
  • officiates with parties and conducts administrative procedure in the field of construction of buildings.

2. Content

  • Legal framework and real estate property rights
  • Land register and cadastre
  • Real estate appraisal methods
  • Real estate transactions
  • Real estate brokerage
  • Real estate management
  • Investment in real estate
  • Feasibility studies in construction
  • Legal framework of construction
  • Administrative procedures in construction
  • Contracts in construction
  • Housing policy

3. Readings

  • Blaganje, D. (2008): Uvod v urejanje prostora in gradbene zadeve [Elektronski vir]: učbenik, 2., popravljena izd. Ljubljana: Fakulteta za upravo, str. 30-69, 122-134, 151-176 (skupaj 79 strani)
  • Rijavec, V. e tal. (2006): Pravna ureditev nepremičnin. Ljubljana: GV Založba, str. 71-450 (skupaj 380 strani)
  • Cirman, A. et al. (2000): Poslovanje z nepremičninami: zapiski predavanj. Ljubljana: Ekonomska fakulteta, (128 strani).

4. Intended learning outcomes

Student :

  • knows, understands and is capable to implement the legal framework and economic rules of real estate management within different contexts of public and private sector;
  • understands the money value of real estate and construction as a means of its enhancement;
  • understands and can apply the rules of spatial and building law in administrative procedures and in business.

5. Learning and teaching methods

  • lectures
  • e-learning.

6. Assessment

  •  Written exam (100%)