Kevin Boyle is an internationally recognized expert in the area of estimating values for items not directly traded in markets, including natural resources.
Over 100 professionals with an interest in real estate recently attended the Virginia Tech Alumni Association’s Real Estate Networking Event in Arlington, VA. The Director of Virginia Tech’s Program in Real Estate, Dr. Kevin Boyle, provided program updates, and introduced faculty, students, and members of the Program’s Industry Advisory Board. This event provided opportunities for real estate professionals to network, VT alumni to reconnect, and students to meet their industry mentors.
Andrew McCoy, an associate professor in the Myers-Lawson School of Construction and director of the Virginia Center for Housing Research at Virginia Tech, received the top-20 recognition from Engineering News-Record based on his industry experience, leadership, and community service.
Virginia Tech was sited for its "high four-year graduation rate, low average student debt at graduation, abundant financial aid, a lower sticker price, and overall great value." More than 77 percent of Virginia Tech students receive some type of financial aid.
The Virginia Tech Program in Real Estate is a six-college collaboration to help students find their niche, while understanding the broad field of real estate.
Meet Virginia Tech Program in Real Estate Director Kevin Boyle