Varadaraj Zamindar (MRED ’17), Founder of the Rao Raja of Indore Foundation, spends his time advocating for social change in his community, and appreciates the lessons he learned while pursuing his masters in real estate development at ASU.
Josiah Byrnes (MRED ’10), President of Embree Capital Markets Group, credits the W. P.
Billy Cundiff (MRED ’16), Managing Director of Greystar, enjoys being a part of the alumni community and establishing connections with current students — his involvement gives him the opportunity to give back to the program, and appreciate how far he’s come in his own career.
Since ASU’s innovative real estate education initiative launched in August 2006 with MRED, it has seen 406 students earn their master’s degree in real estate development in the nine-month program.
Fred E. Taylor Professor in Real Estate Mark Stapp shares his points of view on the pursuit of graduate-level education in real estate development.
Unlike other industries, homeowners associations go practically unregulated. That leaves residents with inadequate support when something goes wrong.