Friday, 19 February 2016

Kyle David Bellini - A Passion for Real Estate

Kyle David Bellini is a full time student at the University of Florida in Gainesville, where he is enrolled in the university’s Masters in Real Estate graduate program.

He has maintained a 3.6 grade point average and expects to graduate in May of 2016. “I am seeking to combine my passions of real estate and finance into a career within Valuation, Asset Management, Acquisitions, Capital Markets or Appraisal upon graduation,” he says. He has studied the Fundamentals of Real Estate Development, Investment Property Analysis, Real Estate Market Transactions, and other subjects.

Kyle David Bellini The University of Florida’s Kelley A. Bergstrom Center for Real Estate Studies is a highly regarded program that brings together real estate researchers, academics, students and industry leaders. Masters degree programs in real estate are relatively new, but experts say that employers view them as a good alternative to an MBA. Many academic institutions only began taking real estate seriously in the mid-1990s, with the emergence of real estate investment trusts and debt securitizations.

The market has largely bounced back from the crisis that began in the summer of 2008. As it recovers it is again drawing students like Kyle David Bellini, who are poised to take advantage of a rebounding market. According to published reports, university real estate programs have become increasingly competitive. Many professors have used the 2008 market crash as a teaching tool, since it illustrates the cyclical nature of the real estate industry and has provided many case studies for their students to learn from.

During his university career Kyle David Bellini interned at Campus Realty in Gainesville, and in 2014 was a summer analyst at Morgan Stanley in Tampa.