USC Lusk Center For Real Estate Launches Two New Websites
USC Lusk Center
March 22, 2006
The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate seeks to advance real estate knowledge, inform business practice, and address timely issues that affect the real estate industry, the urban economy, and public policy.
The Casden Real Estate Economics Forecast delves into the underlying forces shaping the Los Angeles region's real estate markets. By developing comprehensive data on all aspects of public and private development, investment, planning and policymaking, the Forecast will help real estate owners, developers, investors and lenders, urban planners, policymakers and regulators, academics, and others make better investment decisions, deal structures, growth plans, policy decisions and market research.
Casden Forecast website
The USC Ross Program in Real Estate is an intensive, comprehensive, educational program that is designed to provide urban developers with the technical expertise and access to resources needed to develop significant urban real estate projects in their communities. The Ross Program is an intensive executive education program in real estate development and finance. The coursework is practical, highly relevant and up-to-date with current real estate market information and trends and is taught by some of the nation's leading educators and industry professionals. The program utilizes a team approach to learning and emphasizes hands on practical experience in addition to a focus on financing and project feasibility.
Ross Minority Program in Real Estate website
The website launches have coincided with the Fourth Annual Casden Multifamily Forecast Conference: "California Strategies for High Density" on March 30, 2006, which is now accepting online registrations.
The Lusk Center retained Urban Insight to develop the websites.
Related Link: USC Lusk Center For Real Estate
For more information contact:
USC Lusk Center
Lewis Hall 331
Posted March 22, 2006
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