- May 30, 2023
Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Executive Director Eric Maribojoc was quoted as an expert in WalletHub's list of best home improvement loans for 2023.
- March 21, 2023
Eric Maribojoc, director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, predicts modest price drops for most markets in this GoBankingRates article.
- February 28, 2023
Eric Maribojoc, executive director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship at George Mason University's School of Business, told GoBankingRates he doesn’t think there will be a nationwide housing crisis in 2023, but he does predict more expensive, newly-built homes will have greater price drops than existing homes for sale.
- February 1, 2023
Colleges and universities can commit their land or endowment funds to kick-start local affordable-housing efforts, according to a report co-authored by Eric Maribojoc, executive director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship.
- December 5, 2022
With an increasing shortage of housing across the U.S. driving up home prices and rents, communities and developers need to adopt a broader strategy. An important part of that approach will be infill development, adaptive reuse, and changes in zoning regulations to encourage the development of so-called “Missing Middle” buildings with multiple units that younger couples and families can afford to purchase.
This article from Urban Land, the magazine of the Urban Land Institute, quotes Eric Maribojoc, executive director for the School of Business' Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, on the issue.
- November 7, 2022
Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Director Eric Maribojoc comments on the pros and cons of rent control in a story for Florida's Spectrum News 13.
- October 20, 2022
“Northern Virginia has been No. 1 for economic mobility in the past four decades,” said Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Director Eric Maribojoc. But the market is not producing enough housing for 60,000 new residents expected next decade.
- October 5, 2022
Since the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship’s (CREE) inception a dozen years ago, its advisory board, comprised of the region’s senior leaders from across the real estate industry, has been a staunch supporter of developing the next generation. As both the center and the master’s in real estate development program (MRED) mature, former students who have advanced in the careers and become industry leaders themselves, are coming back to support the program that helped them along their way.
- September 14, 2022
Eric Maribojoc, executive director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship, joined Arlington Board Chair Katie Cristol and other housing researchers on Arlington TV for a wide-ranging discussion on housing, development, and zoning reform as part of Arlington County's missing middle housing information series.
- August 24, 2022
While most students were taking a break from their studies this summer, the student managers of Patriot Real Estate Funds raised $1.25 million for the second student-managed real estate investment fund at George Mason University. The Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) at the School of Business established the initial student-managed real estate investment fund in 2018 to provide students of the Masters in Real Estate Development (MRED) program a unique experiential learning opportunity. With real money raised from outside investors, this is one of only a few similar programs offered at universities across the country, and allows students the chance to study, recommend, and manage investments in commercial real estate properties in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area.