To advance its student-facing mission, the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board has instituted office hours once each week during spring semester. Office hours take place on Fridays from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm at WeWork in Central Square (625 Massachusetts Ave). Current students can sign-up in, at least 24-hours inadvance, for 60-minute appointments.
The 2018 Real Estate Weekend at Harvard will center around RE_SHAPES, a theme to identify and reconcile the rapidly changing dynamics driving the real estate industry in the 21st century.
For more information on this event or to register, please click here.
As part of the board’s student-facing mission, practitioners are invited to have dinner with a cohort of students studying real estate to act as a catalyst for conversation and a chance to offer face-to-face mentorship. Members spend 20 to 30 minutes giving students an overview of their career trajectory, discussing a project or projects that you are working on and perhaps speak about how their time at the University prepared them for the work that they are doing. The remainder of the time will be for questions from students.
Please contact your club leadership for further details.
ARGUS Enterprise is the global standard for property valuation and most comprehensive asset and portfolio management solution in the world. It is trusted by leading investment and development firms to value property, secure capital, manage assets, and generate wealth.
Combining lectures with hands-on exercises, the course will begin with the fundamentals of using ARGUS Enterprise for real estate financial modeling, with an emphasis on those strategies most applicable to discounted cash flow analysis. As the course progresses, students will put these skills to use in a case study format, with financial modeling exercises based on hypothetical real estate development scenarios.
Registration for this event has concluded.
To advance its student-facing mission, the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board, has instituted office hours once each week during spring semester. Office hours take place on Fridays from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm at WeWork in Central Square (625 Massachusetts Ave). Current students can sign-up in advance for 60-minute appointments.
Harvard Loeb House + Faculty Club
17 + 20 Quincy Street l 6:00 - 9:00 PM
6:00 – 6:15 PM WELCOME (Loeb House)
6:15– 7:15 PM PANEL DISCUSSION (Loeb House)
Industry leaders, future colleagues, and recruiters discussing the $3 trillion industry, its growth and internships, jobs and careers in it.
7:30 – 9:00 PM RECEPTION/JOB-FAIR (Faculty Club)
A job-fair/reception during which you can network with industry representatives and learn more about individual firms, plus internship, job and career opportunities. Remember to bring copies of your resume!
For more information and to register:
Visit www.CREFcareers.com or
Student only event.
Organized and sponsored by the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board, the Real Estate Financial Modeling Course combines lectures with hands-on exercises. The course will begin with the fundamentals of using Microsoft Excel for real estate financial modeling, with an emphasis on those formulas, shortcuts and strategies most applicable to discounted cash flow analysis. As the course progresses, students will put these skills to use in a case study format, with financial modeling exercises based on hypothetical real estate development scenarios. Students will learn how to model unlevered and levered property-level cash flows for a mixed-use development as well as waterfall cash flows for an equity joint venture for an individual property transaction.
Registration is now open! Seats are limited and registration is on a first-come first-serve basis.
The New York Real Estate Career Trek focuses on bringing students to visit, interact with, and learn about business models and market conditions from industry leaders in New York.
Participants will visit firms covering the investment, development, and technology perspectives of the industry, including: Blackstone, Related, Oaktree, JDS Development Group, ForestCity, and Sidewalk Labs. Following our firm visits, there will be an evening mixer with NY-based Harvard alumni who currently work in Real Estate.
This trek is at capacity. Please check back for a second New York Real Estate Trek.
Student only event.
The Christian Science Center is a historic and architecturally significant campus located at the intersection of Boston’s Back Bay, South End and Fenway neighborhoods. The century-old mixed-use complex includes six buildings set within a large plaza that incorporates over 10-acres of privately-owned but publicly accessible space.
In 2006 the Church announced its intention to revitalize the complex, creating a master plan that was approved by the City in 2015. Key components of the redevelopment have already been implemented, including: increasing FAR through land sales, ground leases, new construction and renovations as well as major alterations to public space.
Registration – This trek has reached capacity. To be added to the wait list, please contact Cynthia Henshall email@example.com or 617.866.8670.
Walking tour of the Christian Science Plaza
1:15 – 2:00 pm
History of the Center, masterplan + redevelopment overview
Leggat McCall Properties
Christian Science Real Estate Group
2:00 – 3:00 pm
Tour + overview of 30 Dalton Street
Pritzker Realty Group
3:00 – 4:00 pm
Tour + overview of 177 Huntington Avenue
Beacon Capital Partners
The Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board is currently piloting a resume review program. Students who choose to submit resumes will receive focused feedback from Board Members in their area of interest whom are actively hiring and reviewing resumes on a regular basis. Additionally, students whom have a job or internship offer can submit related information to get feedback on offer.
Please submit to resumes that satisfies the following requirements:
- One page
- Type of position seeking: full-time or internship, geographic focus (if any), industry focus (investment, development, etc.)
- PDF format
- Black + white
- Document should include your last name and first name only (ie: Doe_John)
If you would like to submit a resume or have an offer reviewed, please send your resume and/or details of the offer, including: company, job description + offer to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Satursday, September 23rd at Noon.
Mentoring Breakfasts are a key programming element of the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Board meeting. Board members are paired with groups of students to act as a catalyst for conversation and to offer face to face mentorship. Board members will give a brief over-view of their educational background and career trajectory followed by time for each mentee to engage their mentor with questions.
Registration is now closed!
Please join us for this year's GSD beginning-of-year Real Estate Potluck at Beverly and Rick Peiser's home in Newton. All GSD real estate students and faculty as well as HSREC officers and officers from the real estate clubs at Harvard are invited.
Please RSVP to Andrew Kern MDes REBE '18 via email@example.com.