Posts Tagged ‘Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship’

An Industry-Supported and Hands-on Program

Cultivating a close professional network and establishing great business connections should be the goal of all professionals entering any graduate program. Your network can not only help enhance your career but also contribute to an enriching educational experience. The key to creating lasting connections in the real estate development industry is to take advantage of […]

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Wells Fargo’s Joe Carter Joins CREE Board

Joseph L. Carter III, executive vice president and division manager for Wells Fargo’s Washington commercial real estate office, has joined the board of George Mason University’s Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE). Joe is responsible for the lending and overall banking relationships with clients in the Washington/Baltimore region and throughout North and South Carolina.  Prior […]

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CREE Sponsors Northern Virginia Apartment Summit

The Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) successfully organized the first NoVa Apartment Summit on March 18th at the Hilton in Alexandria.  Over 100 attendees heard six speakers provide a mix of apartment market analytics and operational best practices.  The two keynote speakers, Caitlin Sugrue Walter (National Multi-Housing Council) and Greg Leisch (Delta Associates)  each […]

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Real Estate Icon Til Hazel Opens CREE Leadership Lecture Series

Inaugurating the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship’s annual Leadership Lecture Series, regional real estate icon recently shared his wit and wisdom with a rapt audience of Mason MS in Real Estate Development students and alumni. In the course of his presentation and a lively Q&A session, Til reconstructed how his leadership in the 1970’s and […]

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