Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship

  • August 2, 2022

    “As women made gains in higher education, access to full-time employment, higher pay, and higher income positions—as well as with more households now identifying as led by women—this homeownership gap has shrunk over the last few decades,” says Eric Maribojoc, executive director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, in an article on the home ownership gender gap in The Balance.

  • June 21, 2022

    ​​​​​​​The Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship in the School of Business at George Mason University established the Opportunity Scholarship to support diversity and inclusion in the real estate industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is awarded each fall to one or more incoming first-year master’s in real estate development student(s) from groups underrepresented in the real estate industry and/or those contributing to diversity and inclusion in the real estate industry and George Mason University.

  • June 10, 2022

    Eric Maribojoc, executive director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, was interviewed by GlobeSt.com on upcoming CRE pricing trends.

  • June 10, 2022

    Eric Maribojoc, executive director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, discusses the pros of real estate degrees in an interview with GlobeSt.com.

  • April 21, 2022

    Building more homes won’t solve the housing crisis, and Executive Director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Eric Maribojoc says “If a lot of the new supply is priced beyond the reach of the average person that's trying to buy a house, the problem lingers even though there's more supply in the market,” in an interview with The Street.

  • February 3, 2022

    “With single-family rents and home values increasing strongly in recent years, the returns on rental single-family homes have been attractive,” says Eric Maribojoc, director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, in an interview with Money.

  • December 30, 2021

    Roderick Maribojoc, executive director for the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, shared his insight on workforce housing and why developers in this market segment should focus on areas where rent growth is outpacing wage growth.

  • December 19, 2021

    “The pandemic gave rise to a huge increase in both the price of for-sale housing and rents of rental housing,” says Eric Maribojoc, executive director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, in an interview with Washington Business Journal.

  • November 5, 2020

    The Center for Retail Transformation and the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship at George Mason University School of Business have entered into a research collaboration with Fairfax County on the Relay project in Merrifield, Virginia. Relay is an autonomous (self-driving) electric public transportation shuttle that will circulate between the Mosaic District and the Dunn Loring Metrorail Station.

  • August 11, 2020

    The pandemic has not killed brick and mortar stores despite the move of consumers to clicks and online buying. Only changes that provide greater convenience to consumers at reasonable cost to retailers will persist. Most disruptions have already been coming and the pace and convergence have simply been accelerated. But very big questions remain.