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CalBUILD Team Won Bank of America’s Affordable Housing Contest

CalBUILD, a six-member team comprised of students from the Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Real Estate program recently won this year’s Low-Income Housing Challenge by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. One of the team’s faculty advisors is Carol Galante, our very own Faculty Director here at the Terner Center.  Read more about their winning project here in this May 31st Daily Californian news article.

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