CREE-sponsored Apartment Report Shows Strong Market with Changing Demographics

The latest Washington Metro Area Economy and Multihousing Market quarterly report issued by the research group at Newmark Knight Frank and sponsored by George Mason University’s Center for Real Entrepreneurship continued to show a stable regional apartment market with an active development pipeline supported by a strong regional economy. Absorption was strongest in Northern Virginia […]

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Understanding Blockchain’s Possible Impacts on Real Estate

The George Mason Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) hosted a class on “How Blockchain Will Disrupt the Real Estate Industry” last May 22 at Hazel Hall at the Mason Arlington Campus.  The class was held due to high interest from real estate professionals to better understand blockchain technology and its possible and most probable […]

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Drone Delivery: The Potential Impact on the Built Environment

by Cheryl Druehl Associate Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management, George Mason School of Business – Dean’s Scholar and Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellow The use of drones for delivery is being explored and tested by companies, universities, and regulators worldwide. Drones, also known as autonomous aerial vehicles (UAVs), were first introduced as […]

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