Real Estate Club

Bringing together the MIT community sharing a common interest in Real Estate.


About Us

The MIT Real Estate Club brings together MIT Sloan, MIT CRE, and other MIT students that share a common interest in the Real Estate industry.  The Real Estate industry is being transformed by technology. The MIT Real Estate Club uniquely prepares students to enter the field by helping them leverage MIT's unparalleled resources including an innovative and flexible curriculum, entrepreneurial opportunities, and the depth of a world-class curriculum. Through networking events, real estate treks, case competitions, and professional development opportunities, our students are equipped for exciting careers in real estate.









Members Benefits

Exclusive access to guest lectures by industry leaders, company tours, site visits, training and professional development opportunities, networking, job posts, and our resume book. Alumni and experienced members also provide informal mentorship and career guidance for those looking enter Real Estate related occupations.

Events & Activities

Speaker Series
Developers, Investment Bankers, and Real Estate and other areas

Industry Treks
Student led treks to Boston, NYC and SFO

Case Competitions
Students collectively decide to enter various case competitions including MIT+Harvard, UNC, Kellogg, ULI Hines among others

MIT World Real Estate Forum
Urban Land Institute Annual Conference

Home Buying
Practical seminars on home ownership and personal real estate investments


Job Opportunities
Exclusive job notifications only available to club members

Resume Book
Exclusive access to employer resume book

Curriculum Advice
Meet with second years about recommended classes and how to best structure your flexible curriculum advice

Training Sessions
Argus Training (in collaboration with Harvard) and Financial Modelling

Property Tours
Tour ground up developments around Boston

Partnerships and MIT Wide Resources

MIT Center for Real Estate (CRE)

MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab

MIT Media Lab

Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship

Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism

Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP)

School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P)

Senseable City Lab

Our Team

Viet Nguyen Profile

Viet Nguyen

Holly Meers Profile

Holly Meers

Nico Correa Profile

Nico Correa

Sam Sentongo Profile

Sam Sentongo

Eduardo Rosario Profile

Eduardo Rosario

VP of Learning & Development
Sharon Wang Profile

Sharon Wang

VP of Community & Engagement
Andres Romero Pompa Profile

Andres Romero Pompa

VP of Speakers
David Linstone Profile

David Linstone