Message - Acrchitecture and Development as a career..

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Posted by  Nate on November 12, 2002 at 17:12:12:

Hi, I'm fairly new here and although I have read many posts, this is my first time starting one.

Anyways, I'm soon to be going to college and was thinking if this was at all a good goal to set. Once again I am new to this and was just wondering if this is commonly done, or even profitable for that matter. Mostly just interested in you're opinions..anyways here it goes

Study architecture, become lisenced.

after those many years I take a masters course in Real Estate (development)...I then start my own company.

I become a man who searches out for perfect locations to build the perfect building on. I buy those properties and then put my plan to work (hiring workers to build, and so on...) I then list the property and house to find a buyer and turn a profit.

Meanwhile while the building is taking place i can be moving onto another project, designing more plans, looking for more property.

I know this is a great generalization...but does it sounds like a profitable one?

Curious on your input..thanks,

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