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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George Mason MS in Real Estate Guest Speakers Rock the House (or at least Founders Hall)

For  George Mason MS in Real Estate Development students, discussing real-world scenarios with leading industry practitioners is a key part of the learning experience. On any given Tuesday evening this fall, you’ll find the students in Professor Mark Cummings’ Real Estate Market Analysis class immersed in commercial real estate market data—applying that information to real-world […]

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DC’s Young Professionals Will Drive Micro-Unit Growth

That’s the word from David Versel, Senior Research Associate at George Mason University’s School of Public Policy.  Versel was a keynote speaker at  Living Small, today’s conference on the design and development of micro-units in the capital region. The event was sponsored by Mason’s Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship and the American Institute of Architects […]

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