Developing Real Estate Leaders In:
- Asset Management
- Interior Design
- Investment Banking
- Property Management
In 2008, the Texas A&M Real Estate Professionals (STAMREP) made the decision to change their name to Aggie Real Estate Network in order to incorporate a vastly changing industry as well as encompass a larger group of people. Their main focus remained to further their professional development and to assist the Real Estate program with its educational mission.
Today, this professional organization has several hundred members who are active in real estate throughout Texas and the United States. A current directory of former Real Estate program students aids both former and current students to quickly find a friendly expert when information or advice is needed. The Aggie Real Estate Network strives to educate, promote and support commercial real estate professionals to become industry leaders, network with their peers, provide scholarships to current students, and support the real estate programs at Texas A&M University.
The Aggie Real Estate Network makes significant contributions to the Real Estate Program at Texas A&M. Through Aggie Real Estate Network’s efforts, endowed scholarships provide annual awards to outstanding Real Estate program students. Each semester, students who have earned scholarships are recognized for their scholarly achievements.
Individual Aggie Real Estate Network members are regular visitors to classrooms as a part of the organization's Mentoring Program and are regular participants in the Real Estate program's Real Estate Career Roundtable Day. In addition to providing students with current information about the various opportunities in real estate, these classroom visitors often provide follow-up information to students who have a career interest in a specialized area. A significant number of students obtain internships and permanent positions through the Aggie Real Estate Network.
The Aggie Real Estate Network's Annual Conference is devoted to updating its membership's real estate knowledge, to networking, and to planning its assistance to the Real Estate Program. There is also time for golf, catching up with old friends and making new friends.