Application Deadline

Application Deadline

Deadline to Apply for the Class of 2017 is March 15, 2015.

Please email real_estate@cornell.edu with application questions.
 

New 2015 Housing Guide Available to Newly Admitted Students

New 2015 Housing Guide Available to Newly Admitted Students

Please click here to download the housing guide.

Brad Olson (Baker Program Director, 1999 – 2005) and Maximilian Hurler (Baker Program ’08)

Brad Olson (Baker Program Director, 1999 – 2005) and Maximilian Hurler (Baker Program ’08)

share a laugh and some memories at the Cornell Real Estate Council’s 32nd Annual Conference in New York City

Baker Program alumni

Baker Program alumni

George Kaneris, Ann Heath, James Eisneberg, Sasima Pongfuengfu, and Manoj Kumar, members of the Urban American team

Owen Thomas responds to questions from Baker Program and Johnson School (MBA) students

Owen Thomas responds to questions from Baker Program and Johnson School (MBA) students

Lauralee Martin and David Rupert share perspectives at the Cornell Real Estate Conference

Lauralee Martin and David Rupert share perspectives at the Cornell Real Estate Conference

Baker Program Alumni

Baker Program Alumni

James Eisenberg ‘02 and Harshad Mehta ’05 share advice and stories with current Baker students

Summer Internship Blog

Summer Internship Blog

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Blanca Rodriguez

Blanca Rodriguez

Co-founder and Managing Partner of Real Capital Investment Management (RCIM)

Baker Program in Real Estate

Baker Program in Real Estate

Welcome to Baker Program in Real Estate

Cornell's Baker Program in Real Estate offers a comprehensive, professional graduate level curriculum that educates the next generation of real estate industry leaders taught by the largest on-campus real estate field faculty in the country. Cornell is also home to the Cornell Real Estate Council, an extensive network of industry leaders, the Cornell Real Estate Review, conferences, research and industry news, and more. Visit often to discover real estate at Cornell.

NEWS

Submissions for the annual Urban Land Institute-Hines Competition

Baker Students prep submissions for the annual Urban Land Institute-Hines Competition

Distinguished Speaker Series Welcomes Alon Barzilay (ILR ’95)

On March 26th, the Baker Program in Real Estate’s Distinguished Speaker Series will feature Alon Barzilay.

Developer Steve Bloomfield Shares Project Experience with Students at DSS on March 12th

Steve Bloomfield, developer and co-founder at Bloomfield/Schon + Partners out of Cincinnati, Ohio will be addressing students in the Baker Program in Real Estate’s Distinguished Speaker Series on...

The Baker Program’s Distinguished Speaker Series Welcomes Avi Mehrotra

On March 5th, the Baker Program in Real Estate’s Distinguished Speaker Series will feature Avinash “Avi” Mehrotra.

Former Mayor of Ithaca, Alan Cohen, to Address Baker Students

The Baker Program in Real Estate is pleased to welcome former Mayor Alan Cohen back to Ithaca, NY for the Distinguished Speaker Series on February 26th.

Imran Ahmed, Executive Managing Director at CBRE Capital Markets to Address Baker Students

Imran Ahmed, Executive Managing Director at CBRE Capital Markets, will be addressing Baker students on February 19th for the Program’s weekly Distinguished Speaker Series.

On The Viability of Timber’s Re-Emergence as a Building Material

“T3” in Minneapolis, Minnesota breaks new ground in design, layout, and building materials.

Construction Planning & Operations Project Provides Baker Students Useful Experience

Construction Planning and Operations with Dr. Paul Carr is a core course in the Baker Program that focuses on the construction of real estate.

Course Spotlight: Introduction to Green Real Estate

In the Fall 2014 semester, Baker students were able to take advantage of CRP’s newest course:  Introduction to Green Real Estate.  In this course, students become acquainted with one of the...

Real Estate Trendsetters:  RealCrowd Founder and CEO Adam Hooper

This edition of Trendsetters focuses on the rise of crowdfunding in real estate, and the innovative ways that shrewd entrepreneurs are taking advantage of this new sector. The CRER staff recently had...

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Cornell Real Estate Council

The Cornell Real Estate Council (CREC) is one of the largest university-based network of real estate professionals in the country, a sponsor of the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate, and open by invitation only to real estate industry leaders. Now entering its fourth decade, the CREC is dedicated to advancing real estate education and outreach, and is the founding sponsor of the Cornell Real Estate Review.

Members, who span a range of fields within the industry, also serve Cornell University as a source of expertise in many areas of interest such as investment advice for endowment, planning and property development, student housing, and more. Cornell Real Estate Council members also play a vital part in ongoing real estate activities through the invitation to participate in symposia, deliver lectures, meet with students to offer industry perspectives and case studies, meet with prospective real estate students, serve as a job network for summer and permanent positions, and more.

The Cornell Real Estate Council started with a small group of alumni in the 1970s to over 1,000 present-day members.

Associate Real Estate Council

The Associate Real Estate Council (AREC) is a University-wide organization of Cornell graduate students interested in real estate. Its members are enrolled in graduate programs from the Baker Program in Real Estate, School of Hotel Administration, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Law School, Engineering, Architecture, and Planning, and others.

A pre-professional organization, AREC organizes and sponsors educational, training, and professional development activities for its members. It also promotes its members to the industry through annual publication of the Graduate Student Resume Book, hosting guest speakers, industry treks, recruiting visits and strengthening the link between students on-campus and the Cornell Real Estate Council.

Cornell Real Estate Review

The Cornell Real Estate Review is a scholarly journal providing a conduit for scholars, professional practitioners, and students to express ideas, concepts and research findings from all fields related to the real estate profession. The Review, unique as a student edited and managed real estate journal, is similar to a Law Review as the student editorial board referees and edits submissions from scholars and practitioners worldwide.

The Review focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of real estate by blending both informative practical papers with application based academic research across the breath of design, business, economics, engineering, finance, law, planning, development, marketing and property management.