Students at UC Berkeley’s investment classes have some advice for parents who are interested in investing their money in the property investment classes at the university.
In an article posted on The Daily Californian, a blog by the student body, they offer a list of investment classes that they think are good for students.
The article was written by student Emma Chiang.
The article offers up a list with various investment classes offered by UC Berkeley including a property investment class called Equity Investment and a real estate investment class known as Class of 2021.
The class for students who are seeking to buy a house in the Berkeley area is also listed.
It includes a class called Property Development and a property management class called Class of 2020.
Chiang’s article was the first written about the classes at UC Berkley.
The UC Berkeley student government is currently considering a resolution to end the use of the term “housing” and the term investment classes.
A resolution would be the first step in changing the terms of the UC Berkeley Investment Classes, which are taught by a number of professors, and would allow the investment classes to continue to be called investment classes and not residential investment classes in the future.
Chang said the UC Berkleys housing investment classes are different from other residential investment class offerings.
The housing investment class is taught by an investment professional.
The residential investment course is taught in a non-investment classroom environment, which means the students will not be able to purchase the property in the class.
Chuong said that while she doesn’t think the residential class is bad, it is hard to see how they could be classified as investment classes when they are all in one class.
“The investment classes I teach are the residential investment courses that students will never be able get into, because they’re not residential investments,” she said.
The school has been trying to get rid of the use, in its words, of the word “housing.”
But there is still a need to make sure the classes are not considered residential investments and the student community is not hurt by it.
“We are in the process of trying to find a new term for it and it’s a hard fight, but we think it is a term that’s appropriate to our student body,” she explained.
Ching said the class is all about the importance of being able to access equity in housing.
“When you’re in your early twenties you’ve made a commitment that you will be renting, but the majority of students aren’t making that commitment yet, so you can’t have equity in the home.
That’s what we are trying to create with the equity classes,” she added.
The Equity Investment class has the most students who come from lower income families.
The real estate class has a large contingent of people who are in middle income families or lower-income families with two kids, and students from different social classes.