Executive Education

Executive Education

Real Estate

Our Listings Put You in the Lead

If you’re in the real estate business, you understand the meaning of “survival of the fittest.” It can be treacherous living at the mercy of prevailing economic conditions.

Fortunately, there are ways to improve your ability to weather market turbulence and emerge a leader. The U.S. Department of Labor suggests that education level plays a role in the long-term success of agents and property and building managers.

We invite you to remain current and competitive in your career by checking out these educational program listings from the University of St. Thomas. Our challenging, relevant offerings will help you:

  • Gain fresh knowledge, insight and strategies for succeeding in an ever-changing real estate market
  • Model ethically centered business practices
  • Improve your performance and results
  • Be recognized as a leader in your field 

Real Estate

Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM)
Professional Certificate in Commercial Real Estate

Additional programs and research on real estate are provided by the Shenehon Center for Real Estate. Learn more at www.stthomas.edu/shenehon

The University of St. Thomas no longer offers BOMI courses through the Center for Business Excellence.  To find BOMI courses or learn more about BOMI designations, please visit www.bomi.org.

Learn more about the new UST MS Degree in Real Estate at www.stthomas.edu/realestate

Did You Know?

  • New home sales could reach 600,000 by 2013, which would be almost a 50% increase from 2011 new home sales.
  • Prices have not only stabilized, but are already increasing at the national level, with a 3% gain in 2012 and a 6% gain in 2013.

Source: NAR Economic Forecast
National Association of REALTORS®
Published June 2012    

Real Estate History

In 1927 real estate was a profession dominated by men. One woman who dared to succeed was REALTOR® Grace Perego from San Francisco.

Perego began her career in 1913 building flats and apartments. During World War I she traded a building for a ranch, expanding into rural real estate.

Her career would span six decades and over fifty years.

Read on about Grace Perego »