Real estate is not only one of the most significant components of our economy, it also directly influences how we live, work, shop and play. As a top-tier real estate school, Runstad provides the competitive edge students need to succeed in the complex world of real estate.
If you’re thinking about a professional career in real estate, or if you aspire to achieve new heights within our industry, think Runstad.
Amazon HQ2: Where Next for Seattle?
The news from Amazon that it is to establish a “second but equal” HQ2 is as interesting for how the announcement was made as the announcement itself. This could have been done very quietly and far more subtly than it […]
Collaborative Power: Transforming our Future Public Realm
As our city and region grow our public spaces and infrastructure are increasingly tasked to provide expanded benefits and be places people love. This challenge demands collaborative tools and compelling vision. Panelists will discuss lessons learned and how they apply […]
Affiliate Instructor Search
The College of Built Environments, University of Washington is seeking applicants for a part-time appointment for the MS in Real Estate commencing in September 2017. The individual selected will be teaching the course: “Leadership in the Built Environments” in the […]
Invaluable experience outside the classroom
We continue our posts on the recent Bank of America Low Income Housing Challenge that a team of College of Built Environments students participated in last month. This reflection is written by McKenzie Darr, MSRE/MUP Candidate 2017. 2017 was the […]
MSRE Info Session Feb 21stRSVP Now
Message from the Director
This is a busy but exciting time for everyone involved with the Runstad Center. This year will see both the creation of an independent Department of Real Estate within the College of Built Environments and the development of a new undergraduate minor to complement the well established MSRE program.
Come meet the experienced instructors who make things happen at Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies.