Real Estate Initiative

O'Malley School Of Business

Powerful Academics. Outstanding Results.


Why O'Malley School Of Real Estate?

There are currently 1.6 million people employed in the real estate industry, and new jobs have been being added at a growth rate of approximately 2 percent per year since 2016. The O'Malley School of Real Estate allows for students to gain a deep understanding of the industry and what it takes to own real estate.

  • The RE Market

    5.34 million existing homes were sold in 2019, according to data from the National Association of REALTORS®.

  • Real Estate Minor

    We offer a Real Estate Minor to prepare students to innovate, lead, and foster integrity in the real estate industry.

Future Skills Earned

The Real Estate program will give you a deep understanding of the following skills. These skills are vital when developing and financing a real estate property.


Aspects of financing a real estate property and what it takes to profit in the future

Development Process

The development of a property from the foundation up


Legal Principles

Land law and the legal principles of owning and renting out a real estate development


Perform a comprehensive valuation for real estate properties, including the different methods


Real Estate brokerage firms operating in the US


Amount of active real estate licenses in America


Median household income of first-time buyers


New houses sold in the US last year
Nov 8, 2020

Interview with Richard Ross

Professor Richard Ross talks about his start in real estate on Wall Street in an interview with the NYU Schack School Of Real Estate.

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Nov 6, 2020

Maintenance Fees for Some Co-ops Rise to Cover Lost Commercial Rent

As the pandemic has wrought havoc on the economy, many New York stores have been unable to pay the rent, forcing co-ops to pick up the slack.

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Get Involved today and join the official real estate club of manhattan college

The mission of the Real Estate Club is to provide interested students with opportunities for professional experience, engage in cross disciplinary learning, and networking with alumni and industry professionals.

To Promote Academic Integrity And Growth