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Bending the Cost Curve on Affordable Rental Development
At the recent 2013 ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago, second-year Runstad MSRE student Craig Ratchford attended a panel session to learn more about research and discussions surrounding the issues of affordable housing development. He writes in with his impressions of […]
Maintaining your GRADitude
If you’re considering an advanced degree or are currently in the midst of earning one, you are probably well aware of the sacrifice and hard work it will take to achieve your goals. How do you keep your eye on […]
Mark your calendars for 2013 IREM Forecast Breakfast
Runstad Center director Dr. Stephen O’Connor will moderate an all-star panel at the 2013 IREM Forecast breakfast on December 6 at the Bellevue Westin. The panel includes Dr. Svenja Gudell, (Zillow), Joe McWilliams (Port of Seattle), Dave MaGee (Cushman & […]
More from Chicago – and its newest skyscraper
MSRE ’13 student Eric Hadden writes in with another report from our students’ recent trip to Chicago for the ULI 2013 Fall Meeting. Read on to hear all about their trip to 155 Wacker, Chicago’s newest office tower. As […]
Reflecting the inherently interdisciplinary nature of the real estate discipline, our students come from a wide variety of academic backgrounds including design, finance, business, construction management, planning, policy and related fields.Learn More
Message from the Director
Welcome to Runstad. At its core, the study of real estate should strongly reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the profession.
Come meet the experienced instructors who make things happen at Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies.