This course will provide an introduction to Islamic housing finance, with a focus on the Ijarah and Musharkah financing methods.
Ijarah is a method of financing in which a lender rents an asset to a borrower, with the option to purchase the asset at the end of the rental period.
Musharkah is a method of financing in which the lender and borrower jointly own an asset, with the lender providing financing and the borrower managing the asset.
The course will cover the principles and principles of Islamic finance and how they apply to housing finance, as well as the practical implementation of Ijarah and Musharkah financing structures. The course will also include case studies and real-world examples to illustrate the concepts discussed. Upon completion of the course, students will have a solid understanding of Islamic housing finance and the ability to analyze and evaluate Ijarah and Musharkah financing structures.
Lecture: Diminishing Musharakah00:00
Diminishing Musharakah Quiz
Introduction to Ijarah00:00
Rules of Ijarah00:00