2020 Real Estate Fellows Prepare to “Pitch For A Million”

The second cohort of the University of Baltimore Real Estate Fellows are working to address critical development needs within Baltimore’s middle-market neighborhoods. UB students and alumni will have 10-weeks of mentoring from seasoned real estate professionals. After the mentoring sessions, students will then identify a neighborhood, create a project, complete a development plan, and develop an application for financing. The winning proposal will get the necessary financing up to $1 million in a Guidance Line of Credit from Baltimore Community Lending to proceed with the project. The culmination ofthe work will be on June 10, 2020 when each student or team of students will share their plan in the “Pitch for a Million” competition.

Learn more about the Fellows Program and the “Pitch for a Million” competition.

This year’s sponsors for the program include M&T Bank and Baltimore Community Lending.

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From left to right: Matthew McNeeley from Continental Realty Corp, Sean Russell from Baltimore Community Lending, Mikita Thompson, Real Estate Fellow, Je’Mira Spriggs,Real Estate Fellow, Watchen Bruce, president of Baltimore Community Lending, Brackston Ziman, Real Estate Fellow, Murray Dalziel, dean of the Merrick School of Business, Matthew King, Real Estate Fellow, Seema Iyer, director of the real estate and economic development program, Elson Nash, Real Estate Fellow — not pictured Trina Dubose, Real Estate Fellow.

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