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Old Posted Dec 6, 2010, 7:14 PM
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as an architecture & urban design graduate, I'd suggest you get a business degree, with a minor in urban studies. Then you can choose to do grad school in architecture or in real estate. Architecture is much more art oriented in undergraduate, & becomes more technical in grad school.

Focus on getting educated in:
understanding housing markets
community development
complex financing
transit oriented development

then get yourself a creative partner for your developments, & act as the ying to their yang
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