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  2. Coming from a design background and looking to become a developer, should I pursue a focused MRED program (development/design focused), or should I pursue a more general master of real estate? With my design background I could see a benefit to spending mo ...

    18 comments6 May 2020 -

  3. Hi all, have been a reader of a lot of the RE forums but first time posting. I am currently three years into working as an electrical engineer for a Medium~Large MEP engineering firm in NYC. I have been involved with several of the firms ground up constru ...

    33 comments6 May 2020 -

  4. Hey everyone- I'm currently an undergrad student in a Southern California and also work full time in residential brokerage (as an agent, will get my broker's license in a few months) full time. Long story short: I want to move into commercial de ...

    18 comments6 May 2020 -

  5. Current student. Made a major relocation to attend on campus. Currently about halfway through the program. There is a ton of information on the Georgetown program (and MSRE/MRED programs as a whole) on this site. I can confirm, most of the information tha ...

    12 comments21 Nov 2019 -

  6. I was recently accepted in NYU (42 credits) but considering Fordham (36 credits) due to the credit and tuition difference of $20,000. My goals are to network and transition from Property Manager to Finance. I am interested in reading some thoughts and opi ...

    6 comments15 Feb 2019 -

  7. Rec Letter Advice

    Business School and GMAT

    Sup everyone I'm applying to a few schools for Fall 2019 and wanted to get some feedback on how I could go about asking my current boss for a letter of recommendation. I hope to be able to continue working full-time while studying part-time but the M ...

    1 comment5 Sep 2018 -