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Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Econonomics

Urban and real estate economics

The goal of the course is to present and analyse the most frequent economic questions in the real estate market. The students should be able to participate in decision-making and critically read sectoral analyses after completing this course. We start with the analysis of the long run trends of real estate market, i.e. with some basic urban economics. The major part of the course is about the cyclical macro and micro analysis of the real estate sector. The semester ends with real estate project evaluation.



The course presents the analytical tools offered by the relevant economic literature. This could be used by real estate developers, investors, or city municipal experts. Most of the examples and exercises are based on Hungarian experience and data.