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Essay1: How is your future industry(Real Estate) evolving and in what ways do yo

Essay1: How is your future industry(Real Estate) evolving and in what ways do you hope to inspire change and create lasting value? ( 500 words)
I am student who is applying to real estate graduate program right now
For this essay, you can talk about China and USA, or analyse from a global perspective
Finlay, please use your own word

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a report in the topic of property valuation, these are some slides that have a s

a report in the topic of property valuation, these are some slides that have a simple explanation of the topic. The report should be around 10 pages. The maximum number of pages is 15, but 10 or 12 pages should be fine

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Your aunt died recently and willed you 31 acres of land on State Highway 33, whi

Your aunt died recently and willed you 31 acres of land on State Highway 33, which connects
Sun City and Parkridge, two rapidly growing communities in the Sun Belt. The property has
been in your aunt’s family for over 110 years.
The 31 acres are made up of two parcels on opposite sides of Highway 33. The southern parcel
contains 7 acres, has a cotton mill and an old warehouse on it, and is bordered on the east by
Avion Way, which comes off the highway and provides direct access to the airport. Avion Way is
scheduled to be widened to four lanes, with a center boulevard, during the next year. Also, a
railway line runs along the property’s southern edge. It is doubtful that the improvements are
consistent with today’s highest-and-best use of the parcel. The larger parcel, which is vacant
except for an old farmhouse where your aunt lived, fronts onto Highway 33 for one-quarter of a
mile, and is bordered on both the eastern and western sides by public streets.
Highway 33 carries a considerable amount of traffic. The parcels on it generally range in size
from one-half to three acres, with mostly mixed, residential, and highway commercial uses.
Within five miles are many single-family residences, apartment buildings, commercial and office
buildings, medical buildings, two colleges and a state university, several churches, and a large
country park. The metropolitan airport, recently expanded, is about three miles to the south,
just beyond the East-West Interstate Highway.
The central business district of Sun City, population 210,000 and eight miles to the east of the
parcels, is undergoing a major face-lift as part of an urban renewal project. The Jackson County
courthouse is in Sun City. Downtown Parkridge, population 80,000, is four miles to the west of
the parcels. Of the two cities, Parkridge is the faster-growing. The cities are growing toward
each other, for the most part. Most industrial expansion of consequence in the last two
decades has been in unincorporated areas south of the interstate highway and the airport.
Several high-technology firms have built plants there in recent years. Thus, the location of the
parcels appears to preclude their being developed for industrial purpos
Taxes on the parcels amount to about $30,000 per year, or $2,500 per month. The net income
from operation of the mill has been sporadic; in fact, it is likely that the mill has been operating
in the red since your aunt’s death, 18 months ago. Having just entered the work force, your
income is only about $1600 per month, gross. Clearly you must make some decisions.
All estate and probate problems have been resolved. Now, as the new owner, you are free to
take whatever legal action you deem necessary to preserve your position and to operate the
properties at a profit. Major problems you now face are as follows:
a) Not being familiar with this real estate, you need information and advice about it and
how to operate it. How would you go about getting such information? Alternatives range
from looking online and arranging an appointment with a broker, to engaging a
marketing and planning consultant, probably at a minimum cost of several thousand
dollars.
b) What steps might you take to develop some personal idea of the highest-and-best use of
the property?
c) Should the costs of demolishing the existing structures enter into your thinking and
planning? Under what circumstance would you not demolish any structures?
d) Could and should the 7-acre parcel be developed independently of the larger parcel?
What issues might be involved in making this decision?
e) What, in your opinion, is the feasibility of preserving the building on the smaller parcel
and converting it into a:
1. Neighborhood shopping center?
2. Recreational center?
3. Retirement home?
4. Public market?
5. Office complex?
6. Research complex?
Give at least one reason for or against each use.
What additional information might you
want before making a decision on any of these?

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Your aunt died recently and willed you 31 acres of land on State Highway 33, whi

Your aunt died recently and willed you 31 acres of land on State Highway 33, which connects
Sun City and Parkridge, two rapidly growing communities in the Sun Belt. The property has
been in your aunt’s family for over 110 years.
The 31 acres are made up of two parcels on opposite sides of Highway 33. The southern parcel
contains 7 acres, has a cotton mill and an old warehouse on it, and is bordered on the east by
Avion Way, which comes off the highway and provides direct access to the airport. Avion Way is
scheduled to be widened to four lanes, with a center boulevard, during the next year. Also, a
railway line runs along the property’s southern edge. It is doubtful that the improvements are
consistent with today’s highest-and-best use of the parcel. The larger parcel, which is vacant
except for an old farmhouse where your aunt lived, fronts onto Highway 33 for one-quarter of a
mile, and is bordered on both the eastern and western sides by public streets.
Highway 33 carries a considerable amount of traffic. The parcels on it generally range in size
from one-half to three acres, with mostly mixed, residential, and highway commercial uses.
Within five miles are many single-family residences, apartment buildings, commercial and office
buildings, medical buildings, two colleges and a state university, several churches, and a large
country park. The metropolitan airport, recently expanded, is about three miles to the south,
just beyond the East-West Interstate Highway.
The central business district of Sun City, population 210,000 and eight miles to the east of the
parcels, is undergoing a major face-lift as part of an urban renewal project. The Jackson County
courthouse is in Sun City. Downtown Parkridge, population 80,000, is four miles to the west of
the parcels. Of the two cities, Parkridge is the faster-growing. The cities are growing toward
each other, for the most part. Most industrial expansion of consequence in the last two
decades has been in unincorporated areas south of the interstate highway and the airport.
Several high-technology firms have built plants there in recent years. Thus, the location of the
parcels appears to preclude their being developed for industrial purpos
Taxes on the parcels amount to about $30,000 per year, or $2,500 per month. The net income
from operation of the mill has been sporadic; in fact, it is likely that the mill has been operating
in the red since your aunt’s death, 18 months ago. Having just entered the work force, your
income is only about $1600 per month, gross. Clearly you must make some decisions.
All estate and probate problems have been resolved. Now, as the new owner, you are free to
take whatever legal action you deem necessary to preserve your position and to operate the
properties at a profit. Major problems you now face are as follows: a) Not being familiar with this real estate, you need information and advice about it and
how to operate it. How would you go about getting such information? Alternatives range
from looking online and arranging an appointment with a broker, to engaging a
marketing and planning consultant, probably at a minimum cost of several thousand
dollars. b) What steps might you take to develop some personal idea of the highest-and-best use of
the property? c) Should the costs of demolishing the existing structures enter into your thinking and
planning? Under what circumstance would you not demolish any structures? d) Could and should the 7-acre parcel be developed independently of the larger parcel?
What issues might be involved in making this decision? e) What, in your opinion, is the feasibility of preserving the building on the smaller parcel
and converting it into a: 1. Neighborhood shopping center? 2. Recreational center? 3. Retirement home? 4. Public market? 5. Office complex? 6. Research complex?
Give at least one reason for or against each use. What additional information might you
want before making a decision on any of these?

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After watching this documentary, I would like you to complete an assignment. The

After watching this documentary, I would like you to complete an assignment. The assignment requires you to write a one-page essay (NOT TO EXCEED 500 WORDS) highlighting 5 things you learnt by viewing this documentary.

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What do you see as the most disruptive technology or innovation either in real e

What do you see as the most disruptive technology or innovation either in real estate or how companies relate to and interact with real estate going forward? Working by yourself, pick a single technology (see below for examples) and briefly:
Introduce and describe the technology/innovation.
Explain why you think the technology will be so disruptive to real estate
Identify and discuss any concerns around adopting the technology (i.e. misuse, personal privacy, etc.)
Examples of new and innovative technologies include:
Drones, Robots, and Autonomous Vehicles
Virtual Reality, and 3-D Modeling and Printing
Machine Learning, Neural Networks, and Artificial Intelligence
Blockchain, Smart Contracts
Mobile Connectivity, Internet of Things
Innovations in Data Gathering/Processing (i.e., Big Data)
Innovations in Building Materials and Building Techniques
Financial Innovation (i.e., Crowdfunding, Insurance)
Metaverse (virtual worlds)
This is by no means an exhaustive or complete list.

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the one with feedback is attached as PDF, and u just click on the highlights and

the one with feedback is attached as PDF, and u just click on the highlights and it will show you the feedback.

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What do you see as the most disruptive technology or innovation either in real e

What do you see as the most disruptive technology or innovation either in real estate or how companies relate to and interact with real estate going forward? Working by yourself, pick a single technology (see below for examples) and briefly:
Introduce and describe the technology/innovation.
Explain why you think the technology will be so disruptive to real estate
Identify and discuss any concerns around adopting the technology (i.e. misuse, personal privacy, etc.)
Examples of new and innovative technologies include:
Drones, Robots, and Autonomous Vehicles
Virtual Reality, and 3-D Modeling and Printing
Machine Learning, Neural Networks, and Artificial Intelligence
Blockchain, Smart Contracts
Mobile Connectivity, Internet of Things
Innovations in Data Gathering/Processing (i.e., Big Data)
Innovations in Building Materials and Building Techniques
Financial Innovation (i.e., Crowdfunding, Insurance)
Metaverse (virtual worlds)
This is by no means an exhaustive or complete list.

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Hi, ( since u can’t visit the project, I attached information about the residenc

Hi, ( since u can’t visit the project, I attached information about the residence I chose. “Baccarat residences Miami” located in Brickell Miami. please look at the website, and videos attached then write about it in detail. when did they start the project, when will it be completed, what are the amenities, what do they offer, what’s good about them, what is not good and SWOT analysis about the project)
https://www.baccarat-brickell.com/
Open the websites, and google search about them. Baccarat is a French brand specialized in crystals, perfumes, and more. And is this their first residences?or did they have other residences launched in other locations around the world? we also know that baccarat hotels exist. please do a full research and write about the building and most importantly Who is the developer? which company? Information about the developer and owner is crucial.
Directions:
The idea is to visually and with some limited data assess how a project may or may not work. You will NOT have numbers, put you could make the assessment based on publcic information that you can find. This will be completed via the SITE TOURS.
There is no need to have data access. Again, this is mostly visual and perceptive. You will likely identify issues that you would question either good or bad.
Use this to reach out to industry: outcome show be a high level SWOT Analysis. You need NO specific financial data nor insider data. Does the development/idea make sense? What are essential assumptions? Goal is to walk a property and use student role to engage industry to degree you feel comfortable.

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Hi, ( since u can’t visit the project, I attached information about the residenc

Hi, ( since u can’t visit the project, I attached information about the residence I chose. “Baccarat residences Miami” located in Brickell Miami. please look at the website, and videos attached then write about it in detail. when did they start the project, when will it be completed, what are the amenities, what do they offer, what’s good about them, what is not good and SWOT analysis about the project)
https://www.baccarat-brickell.com/
Open the websites, and google search about them. Baccarat is a French brand specialized in crystals, perfumes, and more. And is this their first residences?or did they have other residences launched in other locations around the world? we also know that baccarat hotels exist. please do a full research and write about the building and most importantly Who is the developer? which company? Information about the developer and owner is crucial.
Directions:
The idea is to visually and with some limited data assess how a project may or may not work. You will NOT have numbers, put you could make the assessment based on publcic information that you can find. This will be completed via the SITE TOURS.
There is no need to have data access. Again, this is mostly visual and perceptive. You will likely identify issues that you would question either good or bad.
Use this to reach out to industry: outcome show be a high level SWOT Analysis. You need NO specific financial data nor insider data. Does the development/idea make sense? What are essential assumptions? Goal is to walk a property and use student role to engage industry to degree you feel comfortable.