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Real Estate Degree Will Impact Your Success

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Join Over 800 Real Estate Alumni Nationwide

The Real Estate degree in the College of Business will prepare you for exciting and challenging careers in commercial and residential real estate, in mortgage underwriting, asset management, brokerage and appraisal to name a few. You may help make decisions involving tens of millions of dollars on a commercial building or a mortgage, or help a family find their dream home.

Good business sense and an understanding of markets are necessary to succeed in Real Estate. Just as is important for some career paths is learning how to establish positive relationships so you are trusted to make intelligent decisions for your clients. This combination is what makes the Real Estate major in the Department of Finance so unique.

As Iowa's only premiere four-year Real Estate education program, the Real Estate degree program at the University of Northern Iowa will prepare you for an exciting career in commercial or residential Real Estate.


small-books  What will I learn?


Our mission is to provide the highest quality education for our undergraduate students, create Real Estate career opportunities for students, and meet the needs of the industry by offering Commercial Real Estate and Residential Real Estate education.

With classes like Real Estate Appraisal and Investment and Real Estate Finance, you'll learn how to advise, manage, and invest in real estate for a successful career.

The Real Estate industry brings together professionals who thrive in a competitive work environment. No day is ever the same. If you are a hard-working person with solid analytical skills and a strong desire for success, this is the career for you!

small-person  What is Commercial Real Estate?


Commercial real estate involves the valuation and analysis, management, acquisition and disposition, and loan origination and servicing of office buildings, shopping malls, apartment complexes, warehouse and distribution centers, self-storage facilities, manufacturing plants, wind farms, banks and convenient stores.

What type of job will I get with a Commercial Real Estate degree?

A career in Commercial Real Estate can be very rewarding. Some of our graduates have gone on to become:

  • Commercial Asset Managers
  • Commercial Lenders
  • Commercial Loan Servicers
  • Commercial Appraisers
  • Commercial Mortgage Bankers
  • Property Managers
  • Commercial Developers
  • Real Estate Attorneys

small-books  What is Residential Real Estate?


Residential Real Estate includes the buying and selling of single family homes, condominiums, cooperative apartments, lofts, acreages, timeshares, and hobby farms.

What type of job will I get with a Residential Real Estate degree?

A career in Residential Real Estate includes positions such as:

  • Mortgage Lender
  • Residential Broker
  • Appraiser
  • Mortgage Servicer
  • Property Manager
  • Abstractor
  • Closing and Escrow Agent
  • Association Manager

small-books  How much money will I make?


The income potential varies by discipline but most entry-level jobs in the Midwest start in the $40,000 to $65,000 range. Brokerage and development careers likely offer the most upside long-term income potential but come with more volatility earlier in your career.*

*Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/sales/real-estate-brokers-and-sales-agents.htm

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A
Real Estate Degree Will Impact Your Success

Join Over 800 Real Estate Alumni Nationwide

The Real Estate degree in the College of Business will prepare you for exciting and challenging careers in commercial and residential real estate, in mortgage underwriting, asset management, brokerage and appraisal to name a few. You may help make decisions involving tens of millions of dollars on a commercial building or a mortgage, or help a family find their dream home.

Good business sense and an understanding of markets are necessary to succeed in Real Estate. Just as is important for some career paths is learning how to establish positive relationships so you are trusted to make intelligent decisions for your clients. This combination is what makes the Real Estate major in the Department of Finance so unique.

As Iowa's only premiere four-year Real Estate education program, the Real Estate degree program at the University of Northern Iowa will prepare you for an exciting career in commercial or residential Real Estate.

small-books  What will I learn?


Our mission is to provide the highest quality education for our undergraduate students, create Real Estate career opportunities for students, and meet the needs of the industry through Commercial Real Estate and Residential Real Estate education.

With classes like Real Estate Appraisal and Investment and Real Estate Finance, you'll learn how to advise, manage, and invest in real estate for a successful career.

The Real Estate industry brings together professionals who thrive in a competitive work environment. No day is ever the same. If you are a hard-working person with solid analytical skills and a strong desire for success, this is the career for you!

small-books  What is Commercial Real Estate?


Commercial real estate involves the valuation and analysis, management, acquisition and disposition, and loan origination and servicing of office buildings, shopping malls, apartment complexes, warehouse and distribution centers, self-storage facilities, manufacturing plants, wind farms, banks and convenient stores.

What type of job will I get with a Commercial Real Estate degree?

A career in Commercial Real Estate can be very rewarding. Some of our graduates have gone on to become:

  • Commercial Asset Managers
  • Commercial Lenders
  • Commercial Loan Servicers
  • Commercial Appraisers
  • Commercial Mortgage Bankers
  • Property Managers
  • Commercial Developers
  • Real Estate Attorneys

small-books  What is Residential Real Estate?


Residential Real Estate includes the buying and selling of single family homes, condominiums, cooperative apartments, lofts, acreages, timeshares, and hobby farms.

What type of job will I get with a Residential Real Estate degree?

A career in Residential Real Estate includes positions such as:

  • Mortgage Lender
  • Residential Broker
  • Appraiser
  • Mortgage Servicer
  • Property Manager
  • Abstractor
  • Closing and Escrow Agent
  • Association Manager

small-books  How much money will I make?


The income potential varies by discipline but most entry-level jobs in the Midwest start in the $40,000 to $65,000 range. Brokerage and development careers likely offer the most upside long-term income potential but come with more volatility earlier in your career.*

*Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/sales/real-estate-brokers-and-sales-agents.htm

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A Real Estate
Degree
Will
Impact Your
Success

Join Over 800 Real Estate Alumni Nationwide

The Real Estate degree in the College of Business will prepare you for
exciting and challenging careers in commercial and residential real estate,
in mortgage underwriting, asset management, brokerage and appraisal to
name a few. You may help make decisions involving tens of millions of
dollars on a commercial building or a mortgage, or help a family find their dream home.

Good business sense and an understanding of markets are necessary to succeed in Real Estate. Just as is important for some career paths is learning how to establish positive relationships so you are trusted to make intelligent decisions for your clients. This combination is what makes the Real Estate major in the Department of Finance so unique.

As Iowa's only premiere four-year Real Estate education program, the Real Estate degree program at the University of Northern Iowa will prepare you for an exciting career in commercial or residential Real Estate.

small-books  What will I learn?


Our mission is to provide the highest quality education for our undergraduate students, create Real Estate career opportunities for students, and meet the needs of the industry through Commercial Real Estate and Residential Real Estate education.

With classes like Real Estate Appraisal and Investment and Real Estate Finance, you'll learn how to advise, manage, and invest in real estate for a successful career.

The Real Estate industry brings together professionals who thrive in a competitive work environment. No day is ever the same. If you are a hard-working person with solid analytical skills and a strong desire for success, this is the career for you!

small-books  What is Commercial Real Estate?


Commercial real estate involves the valuation and analysis, management, acquisition and disposition, and loan origination and servicing of office buildings, shopping malls, apartment complexes, warehouse and distribution centers, self-storage facilities, manufacturing plants, wind farms, banks and convenient stores.

What type of job will I get with a Commercial Real Estate degree?

A career in Commercial Real Estate can be very rewarding. Some of our graduates have gone on to become:

  • Commercial Asset Managers
  • Commercial Lenders
  • Commercial Loan Servicers
  • Commercial Appraisers
  • Commercial Mortgage Bankers
  • Property Managers
  • Commercial Developers
  • Real Estate Attorneys
  • small-books  What is Residential Real Estate?


    Residential Real Estate includes the buying and selling of single family homes, condominiums, cooperative apartments, lofts, acreages, timeshares, and hobby farms.

    What type of job will I get with a Residential Real Estate degree?

    A career in Residential Real Estate includes positions such as:

  • Mortgage Lender
  • Residential Broker
  • Appraiser
  • Mortgage Servicer
  • Property Manager
  • Abstractor
  • Closing and Escrow Agent
  • Association Manager
  • money-sign  How much money will I make?


    The income potential varies by discipline but most entry-level jobs in the Midwest start in the $40,000 to $65,000 range. Brokerage and development careers likely offer the most upside long-term income potential but come with more volatility earlier in your career.*

    *Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/sales/real-estate-brokers-and-sales-agents.htm

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