Center for Real Estate

The Ohio State Center for Real Estate at Fisher College of Business is dedicated to fostering excellence in real estate education, applied and academic research, and outreach through community and university partnerships. The Center’s main goal is to serve as a link between our students, faculty, alumni, and the various parts of the real estate industry, creating a vibrant community touching all aspects of real estate.


  • 2016 NAIOP Case Competition

    NAIOP Case Competition

    The Center for Real Estate partnered with NAIOP Central Ohio chapter to organize its first annual undergraduate student case competition. The case competition aims to give students a taste of what a career in real estate development might look like by asking teams to create a development proposal for a specific land parcel. This year's competition asked students to come up with a proposal for developing the intersection of 15th and High Street. Five teams comprised of 20 students competed for cash prizes worth of $4000, as well as a chance to present their projects in front of Campus Partners.  For more information, please visit the case competition site.

  • 2016 Fall Dinner

    2016 Fall Dinner - Herb AsherThe 2016 Fall Dinner was held on October 19, 2016 at the High Line Car House in German Village. The first annual dinner was designed to bring together leaders of the real estate industry in a social setting to allow for informal discussions of broader topics that go beyond the real estate industry. Given the election season, our speaker this year, Dr. Herb Asher, discussed the presidential race and its potential impact on American democracy.  For event photos, please view our slideshow.

  • 2016-2017 Real Estate Scholarships

    Every year, the Ohio State Center for Real Estate awards a number of scholarships to both undergraduate and graduate students that range from $1000 - $4000. We are proud to announce that this year we have awarded 24 scholarships totalling $34,600. The students were awarded scholarship based on their academic and extracurricular activities and their level of interest in pursuing careers in the real estate industry. For more information on this year's winners as well as information about the individual scholarships, please visit the student page on our website.

  • 2016 Real Estate Conference

    Graham WyattOn April 27, 2016, The Ohio State University Center for Real Estate hosted its 2016 Real Estate Conference at the Ohio Union. This invitation-only event brought together leaders from all domains of the real estate industry to engage in thought provoking conversations about the state and the future of the real estate industry.

    The conference program consisted of four shorter talks covering various topics from how psychology influences our financial decisions to the impact of autonomous cars on our cities and society. The keynote was delivered by Mr. Graham Wyatt, partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

    For more information and detailed agenda, please visit the conference site and conference photos.

  • The Paul M. Weinstock Memorial Scholarship

    Paul WeinstockIt was with a sad heart that we learned of the unexpected passing of our dear friend and colleague, Paul Weinstock. Paul was a fixture at Fisher for the past 19 years, teaching many courses in the fields of finance and real estate. For those interested in honoring Paul, you can contribute to a scholarship fund established in his memory that will provide support to undergraduate students with passion for real estate.


Contact us

For more information about the Center for Real Estate, please contact Jana Hrdinova: