George Mason University Executive Education in partnership with RE3 Institute
is pleased to offer this exciting and dynamic learning experience
The Real Estate Seminar Series
Instructors: Coleman Rector, Mark Hassinger, and Dave Sislen
Featured in The Washington Post, the Real Estate Seminar Series is flexible program that prepares real estate professionals for new levels of leadership in their careers and within their organizations.
The RE3 Institute Seminar Series is comprised of thirty (30) hours of intensive and interactive study. Each class is offered as an independent learning experience and can be taken individually, or as a series. Participants who complete all five seminars of the Real Estate Seminar Series receive a certificate of completion from George Mason University's School of Business.
Discover how the RE3 Institute can help expand your capabilities, challenge your thinking, and drive your company's success.
|Session 1: April 17, 2015||Real Estate Enterprise|
|Session 2: April 24, 2015||Real Estate Finance|
|Session 3: May 1, 2015||Managing the Development Process|
|Session 4: May 8, 2015||Real Estate Entrepreneurship|
|Session 5: May 15, 2015||Current Case Studies|
"I was able to enhance my real estate vocabulary, expand my network, and develop skills essential to success in the industry. The professors were engaging, entertaining, and knowledgeable, and the students represented differing backgrounds and perspectives.
Most importantly, as a recent graduate with limited industry experience, I found direction and newfound confidence after attending the seminars. About three weeks later, I secured a new job at a top-notch mortgage investment firm. I (sincerely) recommend the RE3 Institute for anyone looking to continue to increase their opportunities in real estate."
-T.B. Davis, past participant
Participants will be provided with an HP-12C calculator and will be instructed in the theory and application of financial principles: Time Value of Money, Risk, Market Value of Loans, Measuring Returns, Debt Instruments, Real Estate Rights, Competition for Capital, and more.
Continuing Education Credits through the NASBA (CPE Credits) will be awarded.
Locations: Founders Hall, George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia Campus or attend remotely at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, Abingdon, Virginia.
Cancellation Policy: Full refund if canceled by COB April 10, 2015.