Prompted by significant changes to appraisal practice made by the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Virginia Center for Housing Research at Virginia Tech and the Virginia Tech Program in Real Estate examined appraiser remuneration, investigating the concept of "customary and reasonable fees."
Chris Lomaka came to Virginia Tech as a new student two years ago, with his three quadruplet siblings at his side. While still close, each of them is finding their own niche, including Chris, whose has found a balance between academics and athletics.
Four students from Virginia Tech's Program in Real Estate won the Meritage Homes Residential Real Estate Challenge sponsored by the University of Arizona's Eller College of Management and Meritage Homes.
The Program in Real Estate, a unique six-college collaborative degree launched last year, experienced a successful first year of growth and achievements.
The National Academic Advising Association awarded Rosemary Goss, Associate Director of the Program in Real Estate, an Outstanding Advising Award. Goss, the Residential Property Management Advisory Board Professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, received a Certificate of Merit of the Outstanding Advising Award - Faculty Academic Advising. The organization's annual awards program honors individuals and institutions that are making significant contributions to the improvement of academic advising.
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