Hurry Home needs help preparing for expansion and replicating the success they’ve experienced in South Bend, Indiana. They’re looking to develop a rubric that they can use to prioritize new markets and regions for expansion. They expect that this will include a competitive analysis with focus on similar business models to learn what has been most successful when scaling this type of real estate financing solution elsewhere in the country. They would like help identifying the ideal location for expansion based on the need for this type of financing and the presence of demand/opportunity zones. Example metrics to consider for the analysis are demographics, pricing, and turnover. Ultimately, the company wants a help defining a growth strategy based on your preliminary research of ideal regions to launch. After you select the ideal new region, Hurry Home would like assistance assembling a preliminary launch and marketing strategy so they can begin taking advantage of the opportunity this year. Students who enroll in this course will:
- Gain experience defining a real startup expansion strategy considering limited resources
- Assess opportunities to replicate success in new regions
- Build a formal launch plan to take advantage of opportunity in new region
- Work with a social enterprise that directly impacts the lives of people in their school’s city
- Explore creative ways to market to an under-served demographic
Corporate Social Responsibility
Reporting, Financial Planning & Analysis
Hurry Home offers a new path for renter families to own the homes banks cannot make mortgages for, while providing property investors an effortless investment vehicle with boosted returns. Homeownership is still the primary way that American families build wealth, yet many people are unable to pursue it. With Hurry Home, buyers build protected ownership, and seller/landlords earn higher returns than conventional rentals with no maintenance/repair effort.
Experiential Learning Program Details
|University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business
|Capstone - Small Team Consulting Project - Students work in consulting teams of 3-5 directly with faculty and client liaisons on developing real solutions to real-world challenges.
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|Student Time Commitment
|1-3 Hours Per Week
|Company Time Commitment
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