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VCU Business December 2023 Commencement

VCU Business cordially invites you to our December 2023 Commencement.

31st VCU Real Estate Trends Conference welcomes bold keynotes, record attendance

Over 1,700 real estate professionals gathered for the power-packed conference, which featured two keynote speakers and three breakout lunch sessions.

VCU presents 31st annual Real Estate Trends Conference on Oct. 12

Themes at the conference will include how the next phase of work will focus on continuous learning.

Spring Housing Forum

Join us for a webinar on Thursday, April 13th as our panel of experienced housing professionals discusses trends and looks to the year ahead.

“Psychology of Money” author Morgan Housel discusses the financial power of behavior, patience at VCU Business event

The conversation, led by Markel CEO Tom Gayner and hosted by the Kornblau Real Estate and Risk Management and Insurance Programs at VCU, centered around the concepts of risk and how steady investments pay off over time.

Interdisciplinary real estate panel discusses industry predictions at 2023 Kornblau Real Estate Market Outlook

The webinar welcomed experts from commercial and residential real estate and construction, economic development, community revitalization and more.

VCU Real Estate Trends Conference sees record attendance at 30th anniversary event

Returning to its in-person format after a two-year pandemic hiatus, the 2022 conference welcomed more than 1,500 attendees and featured leading minds in economic and geopolitical strategy.

VCU presents 30th annual Real Estate Trends Conference

Data expert from GID and the author of “The Accidental Superpower” will be this year’s speakers.

VCU Kornblau forum provides in-depth look at residential housing market

Over 800 attendees attended the second annual spring housing forum

VCU panel of real estate experts share 2022 market outlook

The Kornblau Real Estate Program Industry Talk featured perspectives from homebuilding, commercial real estate, financing, urban planning and economic development.

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