Posts Tagged ‘real estate finance’

Real Estate Development Courses Provide Foundation for Success

Designed for professionals in real estate, Mason’s Masters in Real Estate Development is a cross-disciplinary degree drawing on the expertise of faculty members within the School of Business, Schar School of Public Policy, and Volgenau School of Engineering. The MS in Real Estate Development courses provide students with the developer’s perspective on relevant issues, including civil […]

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Financing Small Scale Development

Real estate developers face unique challenges assembling the capital stack to fund small scale development projects.  Without access to money center banks—and often regional banks—they must go to friends and family and credit cards.  But these funds only go so far.  Where do they go next? That was the subject of a recent standing-room-only workshop […]

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Finance Pro Joins Mason Real Estate Faculty

The Mason MS in Real Estate Development program welcomed a new Real Estate Finance professor to the Arlington campus this Spring: Patrick Connors, Senior Vice President of Finance for the B.F. Saul Company. Connors has been involved in real estate secured financing in the Washington D.C. region for over 20 years. In addition to his […]

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Real Estate Degree Specializations Explained

George Mason’s Masters in Real Estate Development program offers three areas of emphasis: real estate development, real estate finance, and sustainable real estate development. These three self-defined tracks allow you to select courses to fit your interests and meet your specific career goals. By choosing to take more than one of your six elective courses (18 […]

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