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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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Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship to Offer ARGUS Workshops this Fall

August 28, 2014

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Responding to an increasing industry demand for skilled ARGUS practitioners, the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) will offer a three-day ARGUS workshop series on the George Mason University Arlington campus this fall. For many parts of the commercial real estate industry–especially national firms with large portfolios of multi-tenanted buildings—proficiency in ARGUS Valuation DCF is […]

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How Do You Create a Town Center in the Country?

June 25, 2014

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Mason MRED students get first-hand look at best-practice development In 2011 One Loudoun was a master planned community in name only. Located on 360 vacant acres in exurban Loudoun County, the site was zoned for over 1,000 residential units, 700,000 sf of retail and 3,000,000 sf of office. But sales and leasing were stagnant. Three years later One […]

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Summer MRED Case Study Line-Up Announced

May 14, 2014

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From developing an exurban town center to repositioning our aging malls, MRED’s Summer Case Study Series presents an opportunity to learn from some of our region’s most successful developers. Thursday, May 29 Can You Build a Town Center in the Country—The One Loudoun Case In 2011 One Loudoun was a master planned community on paper […]

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