Projects

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Vision. Connection. Interaction.
Being involved in the community is an important element of a Runstad real estate education. The onus is on finding more effective and economically viable ways to improve technology and introduce robust tools that will support the development of sustainable cities in the future. Equally important is the accurate collection of vital statistical data which provides students and industry professionals alike with the most current trends, numbers and information on the market.

With projects like Central Puget Sound Real Estate Research and Decision Commons, Runstad leads the way in showing long-term commitment and investment in supporting community-based ventures.

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Central Puget Sound Real Estate Research Committee

The Central Puget Sound Real Estate Research Committee is a non-profit organization. Its sole purpose is to provide current real estate market information through its publication

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Decision Commons

A new approach integrating off-the-shelf technology that allows participants to visually explore the economic and environmental implications of policies and alternative futures. It will facilitate better land use, real estate development, and infrastructure decisions from the local and the regional level.