J. Andrew Hansz, Ph.D., CFA

Office Hours Summer 2009: To be announced and by appointment.

 

Finance and Real Estate Department

College of Business

University of Texas, Arlington

Office: 631 Business Building

personal e-mail: ahansz@gmail.com

Mailing Address: UTA - Box 19449

Arlington, TX 76019

 

 

 

CURRENT COURSES

 

SUMMER 2009:    REAE 3325.001 Real Estate Fundamentals Online (8-weeks)

                               REAE 5311.001 Real Estate Analysis (8-weeks)

                               REAE 5350.001 Quantitative Methods in Real Estate Analysis (8-weeks)

SPRING 2009:         REAE 3325.004: Real Estate Fundamentals Online

                                REAE 5311: Real Estate Analysis

WINTER SEMESTER 2008/2009  REAE 3325.001: Real Estate Fundamentals Online Winter Intersession

FALL 2008               REAE 3325.06: Real Estate Fundamentals Online
   
                                 REAE 5311: Real Estate Analysis

                                 REAE 5334: Seminar in Real Estate Appraisal        

INSTRUCTOR EVALUATION INSTRUCTIONS

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PAST COURSES

 

REAE 3325: Real Estate Fundamentals                           REAE 5311: Real Estate Analysis

 

REAE 5350 Quant. Methods in RE Analysis                   Real Estate Finance

 

REAE 5327 Real Estate Market Analysis                        FINA 5329 Portfolio and Security Analysis

REAE 5321 Real Estate Investments                               Real Estate Investment Review Materials

 

FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE JOB SEARCH SITES

Appraisal Institute (AI) Job Announcementsrealestatejobs.com

North Texas Chapter of AI Job Postings                          Dallas Society of Financial Analysts

GlobeStreet                                                                     The Real Estate Finance Job Board

COURSES 

 

FINA 3313: Business Finance                                          REAE 5314: Real Estate Development 

FINA 5323: Investment Management Problems                REAE 5321: Real Estate Investment 

FINA 5329: Portfolio and Security Analysis                      REAE 5334: Real Estate Appraisal

REAE 3325: Real Estate Fundamentals                             REAE 5382: Real Estate Securities 

REAE 4319: Real Estate Finance                                      REAE 5392: Real Estate Market Analysis

REAE 4321: Real Estate Investment                                  REAE 5350: Quantitative Methods in Real Estate

REAE 5311: Real Estate Analysis                                     REAE5392: Real Estate Readings

                                                                                        REAE 5392: RE Construction and Special Topics (UP)     

 

ALPHA SIGMA GAMMA (International Real Estate Honorary Society)

 

Description/Requirements (.pdf)            Membership Application (.pdf)                 Constitution (.pdf)

 

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

 

UTA Request for CFA University Scholarship Program (deadline November 30th  IMPORTANT: THIS IS FOR THE JUNE EXAM ONLY AND  DO NOT CONTACT DR. SARKAR.)

 

Ryan/Reilly REAE Scholarship (deadline July 31st)

 

 

OTHER LINKS

 

Appraisal Institute

CFA Institute

Investment Property Data Bank (IPD)

National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT)

National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF)

Student Society of Real Estate

Texas Appraiser Licensing & Certification Board

Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC will accept real estate courses from any accredited University including UTA for qualifying education.  See website for more details.)

University of Texas, Arlington Home Page

 

 

USELESS QUOTE AND FACT

 

"It's such a fine line between stupid, and clever." - David St. Hubbins

The following quote is often misattributed to Mark Twain:

<"I have made this letter longer than usual, only because I have not had time to make it shorter." This quote is by the 17th-century French philosopher and mathematician, Blaise Pascal (1623-62), written in a letter to a friend. The original French version was: "Je n'ai fait cette lettre - ci plus longue que parce que je n'ai pas eu le loisir de la faire plus courte"

 

 

 

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