Entries by REALTOR® University

A Review of My REALTOR® University Graduate Degree: A Class by Class Breakdown; Part 2: Real Estate Marketing

This article was written by Leanne Goff, a current REALTOR® University Masters of Real Estate student, and is Part 2 of a 12 Part Series. Many people get into real estate because they love the activity of looking at houses as well as the rewards associated with selling them. However, agents who want to succeed […]

Welcome REALTOR® University’s Newest Regent: Rebecca Thomson

REALTOR® University is pleased to welcome another highly qualified member to the Board of Regents. Her professional accomplishments and REALTOR® community involvement prove extensive. Not to mention, she still finds time to volunteer outside of the real estate community! Read more about the newest Regent below: Professional Accomplishments:  Thomson is the Vice President of Agent […]

6 Ways to Improve Your Discussion Thread Posts in an Online Course

It is important when taking courses online you do not lose that sense of interaction with fellow students. Although the professor plays an integral role both as facilitator and teacher, students bring in diverse perspectives, different ways of engaging the material, and most importantly, community. Online courses can induce the fear that one will miss out […]

A Review of My REALTOR® University Graduate Degree: A Class by Class Breakdown; Part 1: LEED Design, Construction and Sustainability

This article was written by Leanne Goff, a current REALTOR® University Masters of Real Estate student, and is Part 1 of a 12 Part Series. REALTOR® University, oh how you have helped me… allow me to count the ways. Each class that I have taken has been interesting, challenging and has added to my career […]

Panel on Buyer Preferences Points to a Strong Millennial Generation of Homebuyers

This article was written by Peter Burley, Director, Richard J. Rosenthal Center for Real Estate Studies. Gen Y. Baby Boom Echo. Millennials. While they go by many different names, the generation of young people born between 1980 and 2000 has begun to shape the housing market in powerful ways. And, REALTORS® are beginning to take […]