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LAW 416P - Social Entrepreneurship & Real Estate Development Practicum.


This course is an introduction to the dynamic and unpredictable world of community oriented real estate development as a vehicle for achieving a triple net bottom line - profit, community benefit, and environmental stewardship.  Students will comprise an actual development team for Roanoke-based Commonwealth Capital Partners, LLC.  They will quickly be exposed to core financial concepts and engage in real team and simulated individual projects - including direct exposure to identifying deals, negotiating them, closing them, and managing projects. Among the course’s many goals is to develop the knowledge and personal skills necessary for exceptional individual leadership, an understanding of high-level team dynamics, and the introductory basics of effective real estate investment, development, and management. This course is most appropriate for students that are extremely self-directed, self-organized, and comfortable with uncertainty and unpredictability.  This is a year-long course.  Students must commit to both semesters.  Eight hours (four per semester.) Walker



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