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R. Schaefer Oglesby recently received a letter of recognition from the Commonwealth of Virginia for 30 years of service on the Virginia State Technical Review Board and eight years on the Virginia Real Estate Board. The letter states that Mr.

The 2014 Conference Committee has been working to deliver to FSU one of the nation's best "club" style conferences. An outstanding line-up of featured speakers and guests is being confirmed.

In a day and age when many young people are trying to figure out what direction they are headed professionally, our students are out there already meeting, greeting, and learning the Real Estate business amongst current industry leaders.

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Announcing: 2014 Trends Conference Nov. 6 & 7

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About The Center

The Center for Real Estate Education & Research (CREER) is established to enhance the teaching, research, and service mission of the Real Estate Program at Florida State University.

  • The Center facilitates student learning experiences beyond the traditional classroom.
  • The Center secures resources to attract, support, and retain world-class faculty.
  • The Center strengthens the program’s relationships with its professional and academic constituencies.

Consistently ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report, BusinessWeek, and by other media and research publications, the real estate program at Florida State University includes majors or specializations in real estate at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels. Over 1,200 students enroll in real estate program courses each year.

The Center serves as the administrative home of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA), one of the discipline’s leading global academic research associations.

The Center's operations are supported by its external programs, research activities, and by the generous assistance received from its Executive Board, alumni, friends, and event sponsors. The Center maintains a policy of political non-advocacy.