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Previous Cases 

INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SEGMENT

On this page you will find a summary of all the cases that KTH Real Estate Club has hosted and participated in since the start of the organization. 

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2021 / 2022

 
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Undergraduate Real Estate Case Competition (URECC) 2022

First Place and Best Market Research

A 30-day development project case to create a feasible (legally, physically, and financially) development plan located in Brampton, Ontario, near Toronto in Canada. After analyzing the housing market and general market research the competing team (Blue Sky Real Estate) proposed a mixed-use concept with two towers, labeled "Elizabeth Towers”. The building is suited for the local demand and preserves the local architecture.

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Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition 2021

Finalist

The contestants were challenged with rigorous market research, development planning and financial evaluation on a life-science development project located in the rapidly growing University City, Philadelphia.

The key element was putting together a creative financial plan, unique market research of the area and maximizing the investment with compatible tenants for the future developments in the area.

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KTH Real Estate Club Case Competition 2021

International Case Representatives

The 2021 Case Competition consisted of creating a market analysis, financial calculation and over all constructions for a plot of an old Fish Market situated in Canary Wharf in central London.

The competition this year focused a lot on a combination of sustainability, creative ways of constructing on the plot and finding the best financial plan.

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2020 / 2021

 
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Cornell ICSC Retail Real Estate Case Competition 2021

Second Place

Mid-pandemic, hold/sell analysis of modern shopping centre asset in Bilbao, Spain. The property was part of a larger real estate investment fund near closing. With the property having expiring leases, ongoing abatements, vacant spaces and a globally changing retail industry. The competing teams had to weigh between either selling the property for a low-ball offer or holding the property and selling it in the future.

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Undergraduate Real Estate Case Competition (URECC) 2021

Second Place

The 30 day development case was a challenging analysis of a d-zoned land lot in Mississauga, Canada. With an underutilized property, master plans, and general understanding of Torontos housing market all the participants were really tested in their investment proposals. Final product became a vibrant condominium project labeled “Twenty2 Towers' 

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Expand Your Empire Case Competition 2021

Awarded Most Creative Proposal

Development proposal of historical bus station in CBD Toronto, working with municipality and zoning laws to preserve heritage and achieve social value adding outcomes. The team reached the final round but fell short, resulting in a 4th place finish. Despite this the team was rewarded with an external prize for “Most creative proposal”. 

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Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition 2020

Finalist

In the 12th Annual Cornell case the contestants were challenged with a high vacancy retail complex in the fictional city of Troy, California. The key element that was assessed was putting together a feasible leasing package to underline fundamental turnaround strategy and maximize investor returns.

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KTH Real Estate Club Case Competition 2020

International Case Representatives

Investment decision on a property located in an uprising business park Keilaniemi, Espoo. With close proximity to both Helsinki and universities the students were challenged with many components that involved market understanding, financial modelling, assessing development plans and choosing between different financing alternatives. 

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2019

 
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UBC Sauder International Real Estate Case Competition 2019

Finalist

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KTH Real Estate Club Case Competition 2019

International Case Representative

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2018

 
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Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition 2018

Finalist

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KTH Real Estate Club Case Competition 2018

International Case Representative

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