Undergrads Deliver Strongest Finish Yet at Real Estate Competition
This past month, a team of five undergraduate Schulich students competed in the University of Guelph’s 2022 Undergraduate Real Estate Case Competition. The delegation placed second place overall, securing Schulich’s highest finish in the competition to date.
URECC is one of the largest real estate competitions in Canada, that this year attracted participants across Canada, the United States, and Europe. Delegates are challenged to present their full-scale development proposal to a panel of industry professionals. In addition to their second-place award, the Schulich team also brought home invaluable networking experiences and a $7,500 cash prize.
“It was an honour to represent the Schulich School of Business alongside my peers,” said team member Ramyar Satarzadeh (BBA candidate ’22).
The Schulich undergraduate team members included: Macy Bass, (BBA ’22) David Mochon Senado (BBA ’22), Michelle Savulian (BBA’ 22), Bekure Mekbib (BBA ’22), and Ramyar Satarzadeh. The received oversight by their case delegate and instructor, Anthony Ottavino, Instructor Real Estate Finance (MBA ’11, iBBA ‘07) and extends their gratitude for support to Schulich Professors Jim Clayton and Avis Devine, members of the Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure.
“A special thank you to Anthony Ottavino, Avis Devine, Jim Clayton and the rest of the Schulich faculty for the amazing support and guidance throughout the competition,” said Schulich team member David Mochon.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) – 1st place
Schulich School of Business (Canada) – 2nd place
University of Waterloo (Canada) – 3rd place