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Real Estate Financial Modeling Accelerator (Updated Nov 2022)

Prior to launching the Accelerator program, Michael and I fielded email after email requesting a more structured real estate financial modeling training program on the site. Over the years, we've covered hundreds of real estate modeling…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: Portland State University Master of Real Estate Development

I chose the Portland State University Master of Real Estate Development program because of its sustainable and equitable real estate and development values. The deciding factor was that the community stood with the institution in a way I had…
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Johnson Graduate School of Management – Cornell University – MBA Real Estate Profile

In choosing an MBA program, I sought not only a top-ranked MBA program but one that also offered an extensive real estate curriculum and a strong real estate network. I was also focused on choosing a school close to a major real estate hub and…
Virginia tech real estate
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Virginia Tech Blackwood Program – Undergraduate Real Estate Profile

Virginia Tech Real Estate The Blackwood Program in Real Estate at Virginia Tech allows students to find their interest in real estate and expand in a concentration, with two major options and a minor. The Program offers a major in Commercial…
University of Denver Real Estate
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Graduate Real Estate Series: University of Denver’s Master of Science in Real Estate and the Built Environment

My path to pursuing a graduate degree at the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver (DU) started when I realized that I wanted more freedom than my 40-hour-a-week career would allow me.…
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A.CRE on the Road – University Speaking Schedule (Updated Sept 2022)

Michael and Spencer continue to take time every semester to engage with top real estate programs across the country to share their experience with students pursuing careers in commercial real estate. The Fall 2022 university speaking schedule…
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Top Advice for a Freshman Considering a Career in Commercial Real Estate

So, you start your first year, or freshman year here in the U.S. You don’t know much about commercial real estate, but you feel like it could be an interesting career path. What do you start to do to learn more about the CRE industry? And…
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Should I take a year off after high school before college?

The cliche path we’ve all been told is, “once you finish high school, you go to college, and right after college you get a job.” But what if you were able to give yourself a leg up and come in more confident and prepared than other incoming…
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Cox School of Business – Southern Methodist University – MBA Real Estate Profile

The three major factors that made SMU Cox stand out to me were the program's size, the deep alumni network (especially in the Dallas area), and the prowess of the RE department within Cox. Firstly, when looking for an MBA program,…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: UC Berkeley’s Master of Real Estate Development and Design

Prior to the MRED+D program, I worked for a general contractor in San Francisco. I worked on the repositioning and adaptive reuse of the historic industrial buildings at Pier 70. Pier 70 is a 40-acre urban infill mixed-use development on…
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The University of Texas at Austin – Undergraduate Real Estate Profile

As a senior in high school awaiting acceptance offers from schools, I understood that finding my career passion was just as important as the school I attend. I was confident that the University of Texas at Austin would provide a path for…
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University of Cincinnati – Undergraduate Real Estate Profile

Choosing where to go to college can be a difficult and stressful situation. Coming out of high school, I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to do, but I knew I wanted to study Real Estate and/or Finance. I am not sure if this made my college…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: Georgia State University’s Master of Science in Commercial Real Estate

A concise, diversified, and well-connected program, Georgia State University’s Master of Science in Commercial Real Estate (MSCRE) program is an ideal choice for transitioning to or furthering one’s career in the commercial real estate…
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George Washington University – Undergraduate Real Estate Profile

I chose George Washington University because I felt it harbored the best opportunity to learn about diverse and dynamic subjects and advance my career pursuits. George Washington University has done just that for me. I have found a…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: University of Florida Master of Science in Real Estate

“Growing up I was surrounded by engineers and builders in my formative years, so I decided to explore the same path and got my undergrad degree in civil engineering. I wanted to work in the construction/engineering industry, and after working…
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Graduate Real Estate Series: University at Buffalo MSRED

The Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) at the University at Buffalo is a three-semester program that teaches real estate development and investment to aspiring and advancing professionals, with the resurgent City of Buffalo…