FPM student wins real estate writing competition

Nick Gonzalves, a student in BYU’s Facility and Property Management (FPM) program, won the first annual Real Estate Faculty and Student Writing Competition, hosted by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the IREM Foundation.

Gonzalves’ submission was about “social media and property management.” In it, he discusses both the opportunities and challenges that social media presents to real estate managers.

“Months of research, numerous drafts and frequent lonely nights in the library paid off,” said Gonzalves.

Gonzalves was awarded $500 and a recognition plaque at an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. He also has the chance to have his article published.

“People across the country will now know who I am and are aware of the quality of BYU’s Facility and Property Management program.” 

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