We chose 50 colleges in the United States with active Greek life, Greek houses (not halls or dorms), and properties that had available public appraisal data. We then researched the property value, square footage of the lot, and year built for each school’s fraternity and sorority properties.
Property information was found through county property appraisal sites, university Greek life sites, national and local chapter sites, the National Register of Historic Places, PropertyShark, RealtyTrac, Homefacts.com, Movoto, Realtor.com, Redfin, Spokeo, Trulia, and Zillow. More than 1,300 sorority and fraternity houses were included. A university, sorority, or fraternity had to have at least four houses to be included. Only fraternities with at least 10 houses were included in the last two assets. This project is for entertainment purposes only.
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