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Resources for Students
ARGUS Software products for real estate asset valuation, budgeting and forecasting, operations, and cash flow are available for student and alumni use in computers at the Thomas J. Watson Library of Business & Economics. In addition, students may purchase ARGUS Software for academic use for just $99. Columbia Business School students interested in purchasing a discounted license should contact email@example.com.
- Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP)
- International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
- National Apartment Association (NAA)
- National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)
- National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT)
- The Real Estate Roundtable
- The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR)
- Urban Land Institute (ULI)
- Women Builders Council, Inc.
- Women in Housing & Finance (WHF)
- WX New York Women Executives in Real Estate
- Young Real Estate Professionals New York (YREPNY)
- Real Capital Analytics (complimentary Capital Trends reports available to students)
- ARGUS Software products for real estate asset valuation, budgeting and forecasting, operations, and cash flow are available for student and alumni use on computers at the Watson Library.
- The publications Real Estate Alert (call number F566.A3 R43) and Commercial Mortgage Alert (call number KF691.A3 C64) are available in hard copy only in Watson Library. Note: We are not able to distribute electronic copies of these publications.
Please visit the Real Estate Association website for additional resources recommended by Columbia MBA students
Wednesday, April 23Paul Milstein Center Real Estate Career Breakfast: Shannon Bauer ’07 of Vornado Realty Trust
Thursday, May 8Annual Real Estate Alumni Reception
Michael Giliberto discusses the evolution of institutional investing in real estate, lessons on investing, and his teaching with Jovaun Boyd ’14.
Alicia Glen discusses how to connect the dots between the public and private sectors as well as her career path and teaching with Annie Koo ’14.
Andrew Jacobs ’96
Andrew Jacobs ’96 discusses his firm’s business, opportunities in the current economic climate, and his teaching with Diego Banos Garcia ’13.