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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.

Industry Support Bolsters Mason’s MS in Real Estate Development

George Mason University’s MS in Real Estate Development is deeply embedded within the Washington, D.C., region’s real estate community. One of the major goals of the masters in real estate is to create strong and constant contact between our students and the real estate industry—especially the key players and companies in Northern Virginia. For example: […]

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Real Estate Development Masters Program Career Paths

Real estate development companies are looking for well-rounded masters in real estate development graduates to fill a variety of positions. Mason MS in Real Estate Development students come to the program with a range of experience from none to ten plus years and backgrounds including real estate law, finance, property management, construction, and so on. […]

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How Will the Millennials Affect Real Estate Development?

Any one you know? Rents in the city–prefers a “walkable” neighborhood; single, no children but spends freely on a beloved pet; may not own a car; sleeps with cell phone. From delayed home buying to perpetual telecom connectedness, the preferences of the Millennial Generation have been well documented. But what affect will this generation’s habits […]

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