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    Cyburbian the north omaha star's avatar
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    Master's in real estate

    The Great Throbbing Brain.
    Question for you all. Is a Master's in Real Estate necessary to break into the real estate development and analysis industry. I feel whole-heartedly that being an real estate analyst will be a great for me. I do not have any contacts in that industry yet, so I can't talk to anybody doing real estate analyses. Johns Hopkins offers a wonderful Master's program in Real Estate with several track programs. I do have a Bachelor's in Urban Studies and a Master's in City and Regional Planning.
    I am recognizing that the voice inside my head
    is urging me to be myself but never follow someone else
    Because opinions are like voices we all have a different kind". --Q-Tip

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    Well it certainly couldn't hurt. Especially if you don't have connections in the field. I may be getting a Master's in Land Development at Texas A&M starting in the fall. I'm thinking the networking opportunities will be invaluable in a job search.

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