During the last decade, the Greek real estate market has increasingly internationalized, mainly due to the financial liberalization. New openings and careers have emerged: property consultant, asset manager, appraiser. However, these developments have not spawned real estate education programs and scientific research at the universities. In the past years, private education institutions have developed real estate courses, however their audience remains limited. In fact, consulting services are provided by engineers, economists and lawyers, with no specialized education in real estate and land markets. In a context of increased complexity of the Greek real estate market and development projects, there is a lack of executives to satisfy private and public sector needs. Some of the main consequences of this situation include coordination problems of the related public policies and institutional frameworks to meet market needs, the increasing number of private real estate development projects failures and the difficulties of the public sector assets management.