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Bob Wulff

I am director of George Mason University's Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship and MS in Real Estate Development. I have more than 35 years of Washington, D.C., area real estate industry experience. Most recently, I served as senior vice president at B. F. Saul Company where I was responsible for acquisition and development of projects for the firm's $6 billion real estate portfolio. I also served as executive vice president at Hazel Land Company and vice president at The Peterson Companies. I've spent time as an investment banker with Smith Barney Harris Upham Company in New York City in their corporate finance division and also served as deputy development director at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the UDAG program.

Meet the Real Estate Development Center Director

New Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) director, Roderick Maribojoc, brings extensive real estate development experience to Mason. Prior to joining Mason, Maribojoc worked with the MS in Real Estate program at the Kogod School of Business at American University. Here’s a short Q&A with Maribojoc to learn more about him and his plans for […]

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MRED Degree Benefits Real Estate Careers

Advanced industry knowledge, expanded professional network, unparalleled insider access: these are just a few of the benefits of George Mason’s Masters in Real Estate Development, a cross-disciplinary MRED degree drawing on the expertise of faculty members within the School of Business, School of Public Policy, and Volgenau School of Engineering. And these benefits are hugely […]

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MRED Careers: What You Can Do with a Real Estate Degree

Knowledge. Career Advancement. Success. Most likely these words have floated through your mind as you consider pursuing a Masters in Real Estate Development degree (MRED). Those who make the step are often those who are most passionate about real estate and dedicated to enhancing their MRED careers. These will be the ones who are part […]

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Sustainable Real Estate Development Projects

In the Washington, D.C. metro area, there seems to be no shortage of sustainable real estate development projects in the works. Sustainable real estate projects will continue to grow as businesses and communities look towards economic development that does not deplete natural resources. Groups such as NAIOP and Urban Land Institute (ULI) focus on sustainable […]

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