The Paul J. Everson Real Estate Center was established with a gift from its namesake to support real estate activities in three distinct areas: research, education and community outreach.
The Center's mission is to serve as the leading resource for Cleveland area real estate professionals and students to enhance their knowledge, competence and career opportunities in real estate and brokerage services. The Center strives to achieve these objectives through academic preparation, certificate programs, seminars, continuing education and other support activities.
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Currently, the Center has an endowment of about $500,000 and continues to raise additional funds. These funds are used to:
- support the Anthony J. Calabrese Distinguished Real Estate Lecture Series
- fund the Paul J. Everson Real Estate Scholarships
- fund research seminars for faculty throughout the year
- enhance faculty research in real estate.
Each year, the Center further conducts and promotes real estate research by helping faculty obtain grants from outside agencies and organizations.