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Why Should I Join the FSU Real Estate Society?

All FSU students are welcome to join the Real Estate Society, including students who major in fields outside of real estate.  The FSU RES provides students with networking opportunities through conferences and corporate tours.  This year we are proud to announce our Inaugural Guest Lecture Series, with prominent industry professionals invited to speak.  Our club hosts informative, educational meetings on the "ins" and "outs" of this profession, including current real estate trends and strategies. The Real Estate Society at FSU promotes diversity in its membership and future real estate industry professionals.

How Do I Become a Member?

Students can join the FSU RES any time throughout the year by making a $30 donation to the Real Estate Society Foundation, Inc. a Florida Non-profit. Please sign up by choosing the Buy Now button to the right. After doing so, you will be able to apply to our numerous corporate tours, conferences, and events.  You can still be a member if you cannot afford or do not wish to make a donation, just contact one of the club's officer's to be added to the membership. 

How Do I Get Involved?

Our club will host monthly General Body meetings, as well as guest speaker series, and professional development workshops that members can attend throughout the semester.  We highly encourage members to attend these events.  By doing so, they will earn points towards grad cords, conferences, and awards.  We also encourage our members to apply for the Executive Board at the beginning of each semester.

If you have any additional questions, please email us at or use our contact form.

FSU RES Tampa Corporate Tour with Alumnus Peter Collins of Forge Capital
Pictured from left to right: Dante Gentile, Michelle Langborgh, Michael Walsh, Andrew Sperling, Chase Evers, Johnny Heiss, TJ Suarez, Hanna Lillvis
ULI 2017 Fall Meeting in Los Angeles
Pictured from left to right: Jalicia Lopez, Conner Kerns, Nate Nguyen, Stewart Beshears, Casey Mancuso, Taylor Buchberger, Kalayah Sargeant, Andrew Michols, Ryan Dietz


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