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Fordham’s Real Estate Institute expanding to Westchester

The Real Estate Institute at Fordham University’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies announced the expansion of professional certificate programs to Westchester County.

Beginning in September, in-person courses in the Real Estate Finance & Investment and Construction Project Management certificate tracks will take place at Fordham’s West Harrison campus, as well as at the University’s Lincoln Center campus and online.

As part of the expansion, The Real Estate Institute has launched a partnership with The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors (HGAR), wherein HGAR members have access to a preferential tuition package.

Anthony R. Davidson, Dean of the School of Professional and Continuing Studies,said, “Our program was designed to empower students to advance their careers by providing them with the core competencies and practical skills they need to succeed in today’s changing real estate markets.

“We’re thrilled to bring this opportunity to Westchester, and especially to members of an esteemed organization such as HGAR, which will be a vital partner as we continue to expand our program’s footprint and offerings.”

Richard Haggerty, chief executive officer of HGAR, said, “Our partnership with Fordham’s Real Estate Institute has the potential to provide tremendous benefits to the HGAR members involved in commercial real estate, and for the real estate professional who wants to raise the bar on their professional development.”

Launched in January 2017, The Real Estate Institute currently offers professional certificates in Finance and Investment, Financial Modeling, Development, Project and Property Management.

The Institute will host an information session at the Lincoln Center campus on August 29. For details, visit www.fordham.edu/realestate.

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