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Winning women Study: Fielding more female candidates helps political parties gain votes.

“When you force a party to field more women, they gain votes,” says Albert Saiz, the Daniel Rose Professor of Urban Economics and Real Estate in MIT’s Department of Urban

Samuel Tak Lee Endowed Professor in Real Estate Entrepreneurship and Development

MIT is embarking on a vigorous path of expansion in the field of sustainable real estate development with a special emphasis on China. As part of this effort the institute

NCREIF Institutional Investment Certification

MIT Center for Real Estate Collaborates with National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF) The collaboration between the MIT Center for Real Estate and the National Council of Real Estate

BusinessThink talks to Walter Torous on Smart Portfolio Allocation

Invest in Real Estate or Shares?   Julian Lorkin of BusinessThink interviewed Walter Tourus recently when he participated in a real estate forum at UNSW Business School in Sydney, Australia. See interview  

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MIT Center for Real Estate and MIT Professional Education New Collaboration

  MIT’s world-class status and strong cross-disciplinary and innovative culture creates courses that explore the art and science of the real estate profession, using expert knowledge drawn from MIT’s School

A Unique Opportunity: IAP Externships

By: David William Roache   One way that the MIT MSRED program differentiates itself from other MSRED programs is the Independent Activity Period (IAP) externship. With the program typically being

4 US Micro-Apartment Projects to Watch in 2015

In 2014, we heard a lot more talk about micro-apartments than we saw action. Nonetheless, a few developments promise more than words in 2015. These are the notable projects that

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