In the University of Texas’ National Real Estate Challenge, a team of Cornell University graduate students made it to the top four finalists. The Cornell team, consisting of Adnan Solanki, Chloe Xiang, Derek Yen, and Rohit Kharche, competed against 20 other teams from leading business schools.
The competition, known for its case-based approach, attracts graduate students with a keen interest in real estate from prestigious institutions nationwide. Cash awards are given to the top-performing teams, intensifying the competition.
Cornell University, recognized for its strong real estate education, was represented by this team. Their journey to the finals underscores their analytical abilities, strategic thinking, and industry knowledge. They navigated an intricate real estate scenario and showcased their ability to make sound investment decisions.
For more information about the competition, you can visit the University of Texas’ National Real Estate Challenge website here.