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Hendri Prastio Kurniawan

In fact, work you conduct on behalf of a real estate organization will complement whatever you learn in the classroom and beyond, serving at least as a strong talking point with friends and clients alike. Additionally, real estate likely has and will continue to comprise a significant portion of your personal portfolio (or at least your expenses). So even if you don’t currently work or plan on working in real estate, it’s helpful to have contacts you can talk to about your real estate decisions. Those are the kinds contacts you make through real estate organizations like the Ziman Center and its affiliates AREA (Anderson Real Estate Association) and RELA (UCLA Law’s Real Estate Law Association).

Hendri Prastio Kurniawan


Nice info...

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