Author Archives | Janet Palmisano

About Janet Palmisano

I am the program coordinator for the Masters in Real Estate Development at George Mason University's School of Business.

MS in Real Estate Development Students Gain Insights from Experienced Industry Professionals

November 20, 2014

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Around about the first Friday of each month, you can find Mason MS in Real Estate Development (MRED) students gathered in the heart of the R-B corridor for the monthly networking event known as Role Model Friday. Much more than just another occasion to mix and mingle, Role Model Fridays offer these students up-close access […]

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Real Estate Programs Boost Career Prospects

November 3, 2014

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Real estate development is a fragmented industry with diverse career paths. Whether you are interested in pursuing real estate finance, real estate law, property development, architecture, project management, construction, or another field within the real estate industry, masters in real estate programs can expand your career possibilities. (Check out a previous blog titled Careers in Real […]

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New Deal Lab Course Offered in Real Estate Development

October 23, 2014

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No risk, no reward. Too much risk, find a new job. The new Masters in Real Estate Development elective REAL 690 Deal Lab: Qualitative Risk Assessment for the Real Estate Enterprise, offered Spring 2015, not only establishes a practical understanding of legal principles, it also addresses the principles of enterprise risk management (ERM). “Our MRED […]

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CREE-Sponsored ARGUS Workshops a Sell-Out Success

October 22, 2014

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More events planned for 2015 As evidence of the increased demand for ARGUS proficiency in the commercial real estate industry, the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship’s first foray into providing training in this data-taming software was a sell-out success. Taught by Robert Rajewski, a highly regarded Certified ARGUS trainer, the Fall workshops included two consecutive […]

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