Master in Real Estate, Madrid·London

Real Estate Finance, Development, Consulting, PropTech, Smart Cities, and more

The Institute of Real Estate Finance and Management (IREFIM) is a platform sponsored by ESCP Business School dedicated to promoting education and research in real estate committed to excellence in education through a creative and innovative Real Estate curriculum.

In addition to in house training, the Institute offers a Master in Real Estate, a Certificate in Real Estate Finance and Investments, Real Estate Short Courses of a variety of topics such as PropTech, Smart Cities, Housing, and Real Estate Big Data.

Study Real Estate in Madrid and London, two of the most important, beautiful and dynamic real estate cities in Europe

ESCP at glance

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alumni working in 150 countries around the world

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students in degree programmes each year representing 100 different nationalities
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Highlights

HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco
announces that the Government of Monaco has chosen ESCP to start a permanent strategic collaboration to promote sustainability through the
“MONACO REAL ESTATE TECH INNOVATION PROGRAMME”

Our Last Speakers

Floryan Hoyndorf

speaker on November 21, 2019

Director Corporate Real Estate, Grupo Logista, REAS guest

Francesca
Heathcote Sapey

speaker on March 27, 2019

Sapey Architects, REAS guest

Carsten Czarnetzki

peaker on February 27, 2019

Executive Director of the Portfolio Management Team and Country Head Spain at AEW, REAS guest



Alrov Institute for Real Estate Research at Tel Aviv University, ESCP Business School, and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate

are jointly organizing a series of webinars with a focus on issues related to housing and socio-economic policy. These may include (but not limited to) topics such as low-income housing supply, related financing tools, housing affordability, inequality, house price and rent dynamics, rent control, low-income housing supply and demand, private-public partnerships including the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) programs, mortgage and housing finance system design and performance to support affordable housing, land use regulation and entitlements, demographic factors, homelessness, urban stratification, population mobility and immigration, COVID-19, and housing policies at all levels of government. The monthly series of webinars will be held on the second Thursday of every month (first meeting on January 14) at 11:00am EST.




MONACO REAL ESTATE

TECH SUMMIT

2021

What Is Monaco Real Estate Tech Event?
This by-invitation-only event gathers top-notch/elite real estate executives in order to discuss the future of technology in their sector, connecting with the 3 topics : Tech to Invest, Tech to Build and Tech to Live. With 6Ha offshore extension into the sea, Monaco is the perfect place to discuss innovation in real estate.


Partners Information

Very high value created from very limited space
A common feature shared by Monaco and the digital world. Thus, for the Principality, digital technology is an unprecedented opportunity to enlarge its social model and ensure its longevity, to make it ever more attractive and further.

Where the games changers shape a better built environment
The real estate industry, Tech ecosystems, investors, public authorities and thought leaders chose Propel by MIPIM to develop new business opportunities, discover projects and ideas, be inspired & celebrate creativity.

PropTech Global Trends 2020
Annual Barometer

ESCP Business School, in association with the Principality of Monaco, publishes the 1st annual PropTech barometer.

The 2020 PropTech Annual Barometer is an in-depth analysis of the sector and worldwide trends. It analyses the evolution of PropTech over time, with graphs, depicting the historical evolution of PropTech since the initial emergence.

In total, this barometer analyses 1,724 companies in 12 categories and 64 countries, for 3,118 investors. It shines a spotlight on the actors, companies and financiers, which are evolving in the PropTech market largely dominated by the United States.

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