There are 39 universities participating in this year’s competition, which requires student teams to allocate a hypothetical $1 billion in real estate assets that the team determines will have the highest yield for the coming year.
Quarterly prizes are given for the best returns. The assets were allocated in December 2016 and will be tracked throughout 2017.
Faculty advisors for the team are Kislak Real Estate Institute Director Peter Reinhart and Specialist Professor John D. Burke.
Learn more about the Real Confidence University Challenge or the Kislak Real Estate Institute.