Explores issues surrounding rental and strata management, with a focus on professionally administered managed housing
UNSW Built Environment short course Housing Mnagaement and Markets explores the rental housing and strata management industry with a focus on professionally administered managed housing. Focus will be on multi-occupied residential buildings run by real estate agents and state governments and not-for-profit community housing providers as considered with an international lens where appropriate.
The Housing Management and Markets course will enable you to gain an understanding of the rental housing and strata management industry. In regards to ‘housing management’ the course will concentrate on ‘managed housing’; that is the ‘professionally administered’ part of the housing market. This will entail a focus on multi-occupied residential buildings (the strata sector), market rental dwellings under professional real estate management, and affordable rental housing run by social landlords (primarily state governments and not-for-profit community housing providers). You will learn about ‘housing management industry’ structure, about rental and strata property law, about the property and tenancy management practice, and about rental property investment practice. You will also become familiar with analytical methods applicable to property investment and market performance.
At the conclusion of this course you will be able to:
- Provide a detailed and critical account of the key institutions, structures and organisational entities comprising the housing management industry.
- Explain the main components of the legal and regulatory frameworks within which residential property managers operate.
- Explain the principles of asset management as these apply to residential property.
- Understand and evaluate common business and organisational practices in rental housing and strata management.
- Understand governance frameworks relating to social, affordable and other multi-unit housing.
- Understand techniques for property investment and property market performance analysis.
Upon successful completion of this course you will receive:
- Official Certificate of completion.
- Up to 40 PIA CPD points.
An undergraduate degree with a Credit average or above in a relevant field such as a built environment discipline or studies in social science, social policy, business or law.