Posted by: Katie Reiss, MPM at Thu, 05/02/2013 - 09:41 0 comments
Going back to school is very intimidating. Trust me, I know. I’ve worked in Higher Education for 10 years and understand what an important, yet scary decision it is to make to further your education. I’ve talked to thousands of students and this is a common thread among all of them. You are not alone.
Sometimes the hardest step to take is making that decision to apply to school because you feel you don’t have time, or what if I can’t afford it, or what if I don’t get admitted?
Posted by: Jonathan Salk at Fri, 03/29/2013 - 11:04 0 comments
Our mission at REALTOR® University is to foster life-long student learning through high-quality career-oriented programs in real estate that deliver current, applied, practice-based and specialized knowledge opportunities. We also provide world-class student services that assist along the student journey.
Posted by: Tami McHugh at Tue, 03/19/2013 - 09:31 0 comments
Have you ever thought it might be too late to continue your education? Maybe you have been in business so long that you’re quite sure you have seen it all already. What could possibly be new?
Posted by: Mike Ryan at Mon, 03/04/2013 - 09:39 0 comments
Higher education is important in most fields, and real estate is no exception. When starting out, you have the basic knowledge and skills to survive in the field. With the real estate industry becoming more competitive every day, higher education can give you the edge you need to succeed. How can you differentiate yourself?
Posted by: Richard J Rosenthal at Mon, 02/18/2013 - 11:34 0 comments
Hello and welcome to the new REALTOR® University Graduate School of Real Estate official blog. We are excited to launch our new blog and celebrate one year in operation. With 50 active students, we are now one of the largest graduate real estate programs in the world.
At REALTOR® University, we created this blog to facilitate discussions, and engage with our readers. We want to provide current and relevant information as it relates to the curriculum and the real estate industry.