Do you feel like arranging a home or property for those who are in need? Are you in truth fascinated in dealing with managing properties, lawfully pertaining factors, and business consulting? Then you can play crucial parts in everybody’s life. Buying or selling a property is not a piece of cake; it might often need the help of an expert real estate expert. Such professionals will be aware of the entire pots and holes of the sector, and they need to be included in the business, as it involves a whole lot of money. Once the professionals are in charge, then we can be out with our work, and they will handle the complete processes of the transaction.
A real estate expert should be interested in architecture and get along well in finding solutions. As the sector is active and does not go out of focus beyond a limit, interested individuals can complete an appropriate course in real estate, licensing, financing, and much more related to the domain. In order to make the skills sharper, a satisfactory course is mandatory. But when financial barriers block them, the society is going on a lack of interested real estate experts. Such a condition is overcome by the scholarships specifically designed for such students. Precise training can be of perfect support. Some of such scholarship options are described here.
1. Licensee Scholarships
The association funding for the scholarship had been established by a previous president of the Georgia Association of REALTORS to support the real estate licensees in the State of Georgia. Presently an amount of over $1 million is available for the distribution of scholarships. The interest obtainable from the amount is granted for awarding the amount. Those individuals who are trying to get an associated title such as the GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute), CPM (Certified Property Manager), CAE (Certified Association Executive), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), CRB (Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager) and many others in the real estate sector are aimed through the scholarship. Those who need to be eligible for the application to the scholarship should possess an active real estate license and/or employees of Georgia real estate trade or professional organizations. The recipients for the award will not be chosen based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, national origin, age, or membership in any organization. The Trustees who select the winner would be uninformed of the name, firm, or affiliation of the applicant while in view of the scholarship request. Employment or affiliation with any licensed real estate firm or broker will not be considered as a preference for the award.
Provided by: Georgia Association of REALTORS
Amount: Depends on the interest of the fund.
Eligibility: Licensees with an active real estate license
2. A.P. Vibhakar Endowed Scholarship in Finance and Real Estate
The scholarship is awarded to a full-time or part-time student who has chosen finance, real estate, or international business as majors. They need to be either junior or senior level students. The criteria of academic achievements and the requirement of monetary needs are strongly considered for the A.P. Vibhakar Endowed Scholarship in Finance and Real Estate.
Provided by: UA Little Rock
3. Scholarship Program for Real Estate Excellence
The scholarship is available for residents of Australia, Canada, and the USA and is offered by Sprak Design. They are known for the services they put forward in supporting real estate companies. A major group of students is willing to continue their education in Real estate, but they lack the support of finance. Sprak Design is in with the scholarship program to solve this financial issue and help them pursue their career. In order to apply for the scholarship, a thesis need to be submitted on the topic of the agency risks involved in outsourcing different corporate real estate management functions and forwarded to the organization. This has to accompany the present resume, transcript, and two letters of reference stating the applicant’s character, career and/or volunteer accomplishments, work ethics, values, and need for the scholarship.
The applicants have to be high school seniors entering college, current college students, or graduate school students who have enrolled or planning to enroll as full-time students of accredited college/university within the U.S. / Canada, and Australia for completion of an undergraduate degree in Areas of study in real estate industry which is include landscaping, engineering, real estate, appraisal, legal, accounting, development, insurance or equivalent field. They have to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.9 and be a permanent resident of the United States of America, Canada, and Australia, be of 18 years of age, and be regular students.
Provided by: Sprak Design
Deadline: May 15th
4. Real Estate Scholarship Program
The hopeful real estate professionals are supported by AIS Technolabs, helping the individual to finish the training and get into renowned companies advancing to the growth in the career. The applying students have to be enrolled as full-time students in an accredited college/university inside Australia, the USA, or Canada for the achievement of undergraduate or postgraduate degrees in real estate, with a minimum GPA of 3.0. They have to be high school, college, or graduate students and be citizens or legal residents of Australia, the United States of America, or Canada. Those who have been considered as dropouts are found to be ineligible. Along with the application, an essay also needs to be submitted, which should contain 1500-2000 words. The award obtained is a one-time recompense.
Provided by: AIS Technolabs
Eligibility: High school, college, or graduate students
Deadline: May 15th
5. AIERF Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships
Students who are pursuing their graduation or under graduation, along with the professionals who are involved in real estate programs, are aided through the AIERF scholarships. The reward is merit-based, and the applicants must be in connection with subjects like real estate, real estate appraisal or evaluation, and land economics. The students are considered on the basis of the quality of education maintained by the student.
Provided by: Appraisal Institute Education & Relief Foundation (AIERF)
Deadline: April 1
6. ICSC Undergraduate Scholarship
Even though you are not specifically a real estate student but have a considerable interest in the field of real estate, the scholarship is for you. The student who is applying has to be a citizen of the United States, a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior enrolled at an accredited university with a minimum GPA of 3.0 with considerable interest demonstrated in the development and management of marketplaces and spaces where people shop, dine, work, play and gather. When the sophomores and juniors are considered, they can get eligible for an extra year for the scholarship, provided they meet the criteria for the renewal. The amount obtained can be used for covering tuition, fees, books, and supplies. The amount is supplemented with many more added advantages. The application has to be together with the transcript, recommendation form with appraisal, and two essays.
Provided by: International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)/ ICSC Foundation
Eligibility: Sophomore, junior or senior
Deadline: Applications for 2022–2023 are now open
7. Schurgin Family Foundation Scholarship
The individuals interested in continuing their career in retail real estate and are currently into an accredited college or other post-secondary institution for a full-time course, you can apply for the Schurgin Family Foundation Scholarship funded by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). The applicants have to be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and at a decent academic standing with a 3.0 GPA. The application should accompany 2 essays and should be dedicated to dealing with the development and management of marketplaces and spaces where people shop, dine, work, play and gather and have considerable spirit and coerce in entrepreneurship. The amount obtained fulfills the amount of the tuition, fees, books, and supplies together with an all-paid trip to ICSC 2022 Las Vegas (a signature 3-day event) and getting paired with an industry mentor.
Provided by: International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
Eligibility: Post-secondary education
Deadline: Applications are open
8. John C. Murphy Scholarship Program
The annual award for undergraduates or graduates who are presently attending an American college or university with a selected field of study in areas of affordable housing and/or community and economic development is provided through the John C. Murphy Scholarship Program. The students should have a necessary need for money to continue education. The award will not be awarded more than once to a student. The applicants need to be voted by a NACCED member. An incomplete application will not be accepted, and the completed one should be attached with the official school transcript with a grade point average. Every student has to produce proof for the financial need, a personal statement, and a letter of recommendation. The selection of the recipient is on the basis of merit along with financial requirements.
Provided by: National Association for County Community and Economic Development (NACCED)
Eligibility: Undergraduates or graduates
9. DOC&R Scholarship
The Council of Developers of Outlet Centers & Retailers (DOC&R) cheers up the coming generation of youth, be it men or women who are planning to enter into the Outlet industry through their scholarship options. The applying individuals have to be high school seniors, college freshmen, sophomore, or junior planning to enroll or are at this time enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program of 4 years. Above all, preference is given to those with a career choice in the retail and real estate sector. A GPA of 3.0 is needed, and you ought to be ready to be part of an ICSC event if you win the award. The award amount is complemented with a trip to an ICSC convention in Las Vegas or New York with complete expenses covered and allows the entry into the ICSC yearly shopping center gatherings in Las Vegas or New York.
Provided by: Council of Developers of Outlet Centers & Retailers
Amount: $2000 – $2,500
Eligibility: High school senior, college freshman, sophomore, or junior
10. HomeLight Scholarship
U.S. residents who are in high school or college continuing post-secondary education in real estate or a further field that concentrates on building, designing, or marketing homes can apply for the HomeLight Scholarship. Together with the application, the students need to submit a short personal essay describing their interest in real estate and their past contributions to housing initiatives in their community. The competition for the scholarship is organized twice a year for the students passionate about real estate and who have ideas to improve the sector. Specifically, those who are into homes and homeownership are given preference. If the student is willing to prolong the education in homes, combat homelessness, or the housing market, then the agency is ready to fund you too. The student has to be legally residing in the U.S. and enrolled in a high school or college or an accredited university. Additional areas included under the criteria include; Interior Design, Architecture, Construction, Urban Planning, Real Estate, Business, Social Work, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Economics, and Sociology. The application has to be submitted by including a small section of writing consisting of the reason of interest in real estate, the prospectus of the career in helping people find homes, the bang that has been created in you by the homelessness in the community.
Provided by: HomeLight, Inc
Eligibility: High school or college students
Deadline: Fall Semester 2022: April 15, 2022, Spring Semester 2023: December 1, 2022