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Build Your Future: Considerations for an MBA Real Estate Program

Real estate is one of the largest, most complex, and influential facets of any economy. Whether you’re considering a career in real estate banking, investing, development, or management, you’ll need an understanding of the unique economics at work in the real properties markets in order to be successful. An MBA with a real estate focus […]

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How to Post and Edit a Resume

Posting or editing your commercial real estate resume on the Adventures in CRE Job Board is quick and easy. To learn how, watch the video or read the instructions below. If you have any questions, check out our FAQs page or send us an email. Post your resume free and get seen by some of the top […]

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All About Careers in Real Estate Acquisitions

Real Estate Acquisitions professionals are generally responsible for helping source, analyze, perform due diligence on, and negotiate the purchase of new equity investments for their real estate investment firms. It’s important to note that acquisitions professionals generally pursue existing properties (either stabilized or unstabilized properties) whereas real estate development professionals pursue new build opportunities. Search our list […]

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All About Careers in Real Estate Development

Real estate development professionals, either working for themselves or their employer, create new places for people to live, work, shop, and play. This person typically is involved with the transaction from land sourcing through lease-up and is depended on by a host of stakeholders to insure the outcome of the project is a successful one. […]

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All About Careers in Real Estate Finance and Debt

Careers in real estate finance and debt encompass a wide range of roles and responsibilities, but generally professionals working in this area are responsible for originating, managing, sourcing, and/or assessing debt investments. Roles might include originating new senior, secondary, and mezzanine debt; servicing existing loans; and seeking out financing for one’s own equity investments. Search our list […]

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All About Real Estate Careers in Government and Non-Profit

A host of real estate related jobs are available at government and non-profit organizations. Examples of roles in this area might include business development professionals working with local developers and real estate investors to coordinate and encourage public-private partnerships; managers of real estate assets owned by these types of organizations; and real estate professionals working with investment incentive […]

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All About Careers in Corporate Real Estate

The aggregate value of all commercial real estate holdings in the United States is in excess of $5 trillion, and a good percentage of that is wholly-owned by large companies/corporations. These companies are not in the business of investing in real estate, but their real estate holdings are nonetheless integral to their core business. Search our […]

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All About Careers in Real Estate Management

Once a real estate asset is acquired by an acquisitions professional or developed by a development professional, it falls to a team of real estate management professionals to operate the property successfully. This team is made up of property managers, asset managers, and portfolio managers with the help of real estate accountants. Search our list of jobs […]

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All About Careers in Real Estate Consulting

Jobs in real estate consulting include work in a variety of areas such as appraisal and valuation, entitlement services, portfolio strategy, enterprise M&S, workplace strategy, location footprint strategy, site acquisition and analysis, among others. Professionals who take positions at real estate consulting firms typically possess expertise in a specialized area of real estate for which they’re hired […]

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Starting Out in CRE? 4 Ways to Get Hired Faster

I may be biased, but personally I think that commercial real estate is one of the most interesting, rewarding professions out there. From my time as an agency and tenant rep broker, to my current role as CEO of a real estate technology company, it’s been my experience that a career in real estate exposes […]

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Graduate Real Estate Series: USC’s Dollinger Master of Real Estate Development

The Dollinger Master of Real Estate Development program at The University of Southern California is an intense, one-year graduate real estate program that exposes students to many broad areas of commercial real estate. The USC Dollinger MRED is a highly competitive program and is distinguished by its affiliation with the Lusk Center for Real Estate. The students who […]

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Graduate Real Estate Series: Johns Hopkin’s MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure program has been a leader in real estate education for over 27 years. Distinguished by it’s location in the Carey Business School, the MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure program exposes students to multiple disciplines in the field, including investment, development, finance, construction and design, […]

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Graduate Real Estate Series: NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate’s MSRE and MSRED Programs

The Schack Institute of Real Estate at New York University offers a flexible, 42-credit graduate real estate education in various real estate disciplines including finance and development. Located in the epicenter of global real estate, New York City, the program leverages its relatively lengthy history, expansive local network, and varying curriculum options to offer a world-class real estate education. […]

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How to Post and Edit a Job

Posting or editing your commercial real estate job on the Adventures in CRE Job Board is quick and easy. To learn how, watch the video or read the instructions below. If you have any questions, check out our FAQs page or send us an email. Before posting your job, be sure it fits our posting […]