April 17, 2014

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Careers in Real Estate

For many years, formal education in the field of real estate was limited. Many were only exposed to on-the-job training, short courses and licensing. But in recent years this has changed as institutions across the United States have moved toward offering more formal training in real estate development. As the industry has grown, so has […]

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March 11, 2014

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Why Should I Get a Masters in Real Estate Development?

Often those who are in the real estate industry have to make a big decision when they decide to pursue a graduate degree: MBA or Masters in Real Estate Development? The decision whether to choose a traditional MBA degree or a Masters in Real Estate Development is one that needs to be carefully weighed.  With […]

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February 26, 2014

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DC’s Young Professionals Will Drive Micro-Unit Growth

That’s the word from David Versel, Senior Research Associate at George Mason University’s School of Public Policy.  Versel was a keynote speaker at  Living Small, today’s conference on the design and development of micro-units in the capital region. The event was sponsored by Mason’s Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship and the American Institute of Architects […]

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February 24, 2014

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Alum Talks Relevancy of Master’s in Real Estate

Bryan James, a 2013 graduate from George Mason’s MS in Real Estate Development, discusses the relevancy of the program. A civil engineer, Bryan is currently the Development Services Group Manager at Bohler Engineering. Learn more about the program at http://realestate.gmu.edu/

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