Featured News

Obamanomics: What Does It Mean for Real Estate?
As we begin 2009, economic uncertainty hangs over businesses, consumers, and investors. We asked several Graaskamp board members and our own faculty experts to share their insights and wisdom on these complex topics. Read More.

Reaching New Heights: Recent Accomplishments and Ongoing Priorities for the Wisconsin Real Estate Program
Since becoming department chair last August, Professor François Ortalo-Magné has hit the ground running—building on the venerable tradition of the Wisconsin Real Estate Program while imagining great possibilities for its future. His ultimate goal: for Wisconsin to have the best real estate program in the world. Read More.

Graaskamp Center Launches New Mentor Program
With a vast pool of successful alumni and an enthusiastic group of MBA students with a wide range of industry interests, the Graaskamp Center found a way to bridge the two generations with a new Mentorship Program that connects MBA students with alumni "mentors" who share their career interests. Read more.

U.S. Continues to Be Hot Market for Foreign Investment, Survey by Graaskamp Center for Real Estate Finds
Foreign investors in real estate expect to spend significantly more around the world, particularly in the U.S., in 2009 than they did in 2008.

These are the findings of the 17th annual survey by the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE) conducted by the James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate at the Wisconsin School of Business. Read More.

Featured Video

Michael Knetter and Morris Davis Discuss the Ongoing Economic Crisis on the Big Ten Network show "Office Hours"

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March 2009 Issue

Events Calendar

March 10-13, 2009
MBA Trip to MIPIM in Cannes, France

April 16-17, 2009
Graaskamp Center Board Meeting

June 9
WREAA Windy City Golf Outing at Geneva National

June 11, 2009
Wisconsin Housing Conference