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Recent Grad Reflects on his Mason MRED Experience

December 16, 2013

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As a valuation analyst at Colliers International, recent MRED graduate Nick Rubino is used to taking a comprehensive view of the property at hand.  In this short interview, he applies that same lens to his experience in the Mason MRED program. What specifically in terms of skills, abilities and/or opportunities were you hoping to gain […]

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Masters in Real Estate or an MBA Concentrated in Real Estate?

April 24, 2013

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The world of real estate is complex and dynamic. With today’s emphasis on going green, it’s more important than ever to have real estate professionals who focus on using land responsibly while also protecting the planet’s limited natural resources. For those professionals wanting to be the best they can be in the real estate world, […]

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Interdisciplinary is the nature of the game

March 25, 2013

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Today individuals pursuing higher education in real estate are more frequently choosing interdisciplinary degrees.  The real estate industry, in its nature, is interdisciplinary and a degree that can employ this way of thinking is invaluable to its students.  A real estate developer is like an orchestra leader, making sure all of the different parts of […]

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“Unrivaled” networking opportunity for Mason MRED students

May 17, 2012

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by Erik Taylor, MS in Real Estate Development student, George Mason University Mason Master’s in Real Estate Development (MRED) students who’ve taken classes with Mark Hassinger have undoubtedly heard him tout the myriad benefits of  membership in NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association. To paraphrase Mark, shame on you if you haven’t become a member. […]

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