Tag Archives: real estate development

Interdisciplinary is the nature of the game

March 25, 2013


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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Mason to Compete in NAIOP Capital Challenge 2013

March 7, 2013


The NAIOP National Capital Challenge is an intercollegiate real estate case study competition organized once a year by the Maryland/DC Chapter of NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association).  Each year, this prestigious competition is sponsored by a developer, who provides a parcel of real estate the company is in the process of developing.  The teams […]

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NVCommercial CEO Stephen Cumbie shares vision with Mason real estate students

March 13, 2012

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More than 50 area real estate executives and Mason MS in Real Estate Development students gathered at the Tower Club last week to hear Stephen Cumbie, chief executive officer of NVCommerical share his insights on the redevelopment of Tyson’s Corner over the next several decades.  NVCommercial will be developing a six-acre parcel adjacent to the […]

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Make the (Master’s) move

March 5, 2012


 by Faisal Madi (George Mason MS in Real Estate Development, Class of 2011) As a recent graduate of the MS in Real Estate Development program at George Mason, I wanted to share several reasons why Mason’s program is a top choice compared to other competitive national programs. There are several strengths that make it stand […]

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