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William Wheaton discusses changes in US housing markets

During MIT’s Independent Activities Period (IAP) Professor Emeritus William Wheaton gave a presentation on housing markets over the years in the US, discussing trends, changes, and new challenges. A member of

Building 7 Block Party and Gallery Walk – Feb 16

Join School of Architecture and Planning students, faculty and staff for the first-ever Building 7 Block Party and Gallery Walk Thursday, February 16 5 to 7pm EST Building 7 Galleries

Michael LaBelle at Boston Properties named Best CFO

Industry Partner, Michael LaBelle at Boston Properties was named a member of Institutional Investor’s ‘2017 All-American Executive Team’- Best CFO, in the category, Financial Institutions – REIT’s. (page 4)

Blockchain real estate thought leader Avi Spielman ’16 joins Ubitquity’s advisory board

Ubitquity LLC, a blockchain-secured platform for real estate transactions, has announced the appointment of Avi Spielman ’16 to its growing advisory board. “There’s been a lot of discussion around real

MIT Center for Real Estate welcomes Propstack as an Industry Partner

Commercial realty data information and analytics firm, Propstack has joined MIT Center for Real Estate (MIT/CRE) as an industry partner to explore new data technologies with the potential to transform

Professor Wheaton Talks to Wall Street Journal about Construction Lags Behind Broad Economic Rebound

Sparse building of new single-family houses remains an impediment to balanced recovery By CHRIS KIRKHAM U.S. unemployment is hovering near the lowest level in a decade, jobless claims have reached

Alfredo Keitaro Bando Hano awarded SIOR New England scholarship

The 2016 scholarship was awarded to Alfredo Keitaro Bando Hano, a current MSRED graduate student of Mexico City, at the SIOR New England Scholarship Night held at the Brae Burn

People.cn Interview with Director Albert Saiz

1. What was the initial purpose of MIT in establishing this MSRED degree?  Prof. Albert Saiz: Historically, many individuals who work in real estate have acquired their skills on the job.  However, as the business of real

Leadership: Your Style, Your Decisions, Your Voice

Lecturer, Gloria Schuck taught for CREW Networks inaugural Leadership Certificate. She closed out the year-long certificate program with Leadership: Your Style, Your Decisions, Your Voice. Her course covered Leading in Teams and the

3Q: Dennis Frenchman on the rise of innovation districts in Cambridge and beyond

MIT professor explains how “productive neighborhoods” can remake cities. Cities around the world are redeveloping industrial areas, downtown districts, and exurban office parks with a mix of retail, housing, and

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