Research Resources


Explore the below table for a living list of associations, universities, publications, and other resources for informed commercial real estate investors. Click the + icon on any row to reveal additional links, descriptions, and contact details.

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TypeOrganizationWebsiteAboutRecent Research and PublicationsContactEmail
Investment ManagerAEWaew.comAEW is one of the world's largest real estate asset managers, with €71.2 billion AUM as of March 31, 2020. AEW has more than 700 employees, with its main offices located in Boston, London, Paris, and Hong Kong, and offers a wide range of real estate investment products including comingled funds, separate accounts and securities mandates across the full spectrum of investment strategies. AEW represents the real estate asset management platform of Natixis Investment Managers, one of the largest asset managers in the Acton, Managing
Investment ManagerAXA Investment Managers—Real Investment Managers —Real Assets has €82 billion AUM, including €62.8 billion in direct property and infrastructure and €15.6 billion in real asset finance as of March 2019. AXA IM offers a 360-degree approach to investing in real assets, which comprises opportunities in equity or debt, across different geographies and sectors, as well as via private or listed instruments. AXA IM's teams have been managing funds and mandates for over 30 years and comprise more than 600 people in 13 offices that operate in over 20 countries around the world, which provides in-depth knowledge of countries, cities, and sectors. AXA IM is part of the AXA Group, a world leader in financial protection and wealth Curlow, Global Head of Resesarch and
Investment ManagerBarings Real Estatebarings.comBarings is a $327+ billion global financial services firm dedicated to meeting the evolving investment and capital needs of clients and customers. Through active asset management and direct origination, Barings provide innovative solutions and access to differentiated opportunities across public and private capital markets. A subsidiary of MassMutual, Barings maintains a strong global presence with business and investment professionals located across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Barings Real Estate (BRE) offers a broad range of global investment opportunities across the private debt and equity real estate investment markets. BRE invests in all major property sectors and offers a broad range of financing solutions to real estate borrowers. Conner, Head of US Real Estate Research and
Investment ManagerBentallGreenOakbentallgreenoak.comBentallGreenOak is a leading, global real estate investment management advisor and a globally recognized provider of real estate services. BentallGreenOak serves the interests of more than 750 institutional clients with approximately $48 billion AUM (as of September 30, 2019) and expertise in the asset management of office, retail, industrial and multi-residential property across the globe. BentallGreenOak has offices in 24 cities across twelve countries with deep, local knowledge, experience, and extensive networks in the regions where we invest and manage real estate assets on behalf of our clients. BentallGreenOak is a part of SLC Management, which is the institutional alternatives and traditional asset management business of Sun Poutasse, Executive Vice President and Head of Strategy and
Investment ManagerBrookfield Asset Managementbrookfield.comBrookfield Asset Management is a leading global alternative asset manager with more than $515 billion AUM across real estate, infrastructure, renewable power, private equity and credit. Brookfield owns and operates long-life assets and businesses, many of which form the backbone of the global economy. Utilizing its global reach, access to large-scale capital and operational expertise, Brookfield offers a range of alternative investment products to investors around the world—including public and private pension plans, endowments and foundations, sovereign wealth funds, financial institutions, insurance companies, and private wealth Cohen, Managing
Investment ManagerCBRE Global Investorscbreglobalinvestors.comCBRE Global Investors is a global real assets investment management firm with $108.1 billion AUM as of March 31, 2020. The firm sponsors investment programs across the risk/return spectrum for investors worldwide. CBRE Global Investors is an independently operated affiliate of CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBRE). It harnesses the research, investment sourcing and other resources of the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (based on 2019 revenue) for the benefit of its investors. CBRE Group, Inc. has more than 100,000 employees and serves real estate investors and occupiers through more than 530 offices Herzbrun, Chairman of Global
Investment ManagerClarion Partners, LLCclarionpartners.comClarion Partners is distinguished by a performance-driven approach, organizational stability, and a mandate of accountability to clients. Investments include high quality properties in office, retail, industrial, multifamily residential, and hotel, with a broad range of real estate strategies across the risk/return spectrum—core, core plus, value-add, and opportunistic. Clarion has $56.4 billion AUM with more than 350 institutional investors in both commingled funds and separately managed accounts. Expertise in equity and debt structures, with 295​ employees in the US and Wang, Ph.D, Managing Director and Head of Investment
Investment ManagerDeutsche Asset Managementinstitutional.dws.comDWS Group (DWS) is one of the world's leading asset managers with $772 billion AUM (as of 31 March 2020). Building on more than 60 years of experience and a reputation for excellence in Germany and across Europe, DWS has come to be recognized by clients globally as a trusted source for integrated investment solutions, stability and innovation across a full spectrum of investment disciplines. With approximately 3,500 employees in offices all over the world, DWS is both local and Wells, Head of Research,
Investment ManagerGTIS Partnersgtispartners.comGTIS Partners is a global real assets investment firm headquartered in New York with offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, São Paulo, Brazil, Paris, France, and Munich, Germany. GTIS Partners was founded in 2005 and is managed by President Tom Shapiro and Senior Managing Directors Josh Pristaw, Rob Vahradian, Tom Feldstein, João Teixeira, and Amy Boyle. GTIS Partners has 89 employees and approximately $4.4 billion AUM. The firm pursues opportunistic real asset investments through direct equity investment and lending activities. To date, the firm has committed capital to residential, retail, industrial, office, hotel, and mixed-use projects in the US and Brazil, and is among the largest real estate private equity companies in Ciganik, Managing Director, Strategy, Research, and Investor
Investment ManagerHeitmanheitman.comHeitman is a global real estate investment management firm with $42.6 billionAUM. Founded in 1966, Heitman has 10 offices worldwide and is an active participant in three key segments of the global real estate property and capital markets. Heitman's collaborative investment process uses input from some of the most experienced investment and research professionals in the Ludgin, Ph.D, Senior Managing Director, Head of Global
Investment ManagerHineshines.comHines is a privately owned global real estate investment, development and management firm, founded in 1957, with a presence in 205 cities in 24 countries and $133.3 billion AUM—$71 billion in assets for which Hines serves as investment manager, including non-real estate assets, and $62.3 billion for which Hines provides third-party property-level services. Hines has 165 developments currently underway around the world, and historically, has developed, redeveloped, or acquired 1,393 properties, totaling over 459 million SF. The firm’s current property and asset management portfolio includes 539 properties, representing over 232 million Scoville, CFA, Senior Managing Director, Investment
Investment ManagerInvesco Real Estateinvesco.comInvesco is a global independent investment management firm dedicated to delivering an investment experience that helps people get more out of life. Invesco's 13 distinctive investment teams deliver a comprehensive range of active, passive, and alternative investment capabilities. With offices in 25 countries, Invesco managed $1.1 trillion in assets on behalf of clients worldwide as of April 30, 2020. Invesco Distributors, Inc. is the US distributor for Invesco Ltd. It is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Invesco Bellman, Head of Global
Investment ManagerLaSalle Investment Managementlasalle.comLaSalle Investment Management is one of the world's leading real estate investment managers. On a global basis, LaSalle manages approximately $65 billion of assets in private and public real estate property and debt investments as of Q1 2020. LaSalle's diverse client base includes public and private pension funds, insurance companies, governments, corporations, endowments and private individuals from across the globe. LaSalle sponsors a complete range of investment vehicles including separate accounts, open- and closed-end funds, public securities and entity-level Gordon, Ph.D, Senior Managing Director, Investment Management
Investment ManagerNuveennuveen.comNuveen Real Estate is a name under which Nuveen Real Estate Management Limited provides investment products and services. Nuveen Real Estate is a real estate investment management holding company owned by Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA). Nuveen Real Estate securities products distributed in North America are advised by UK regulated subsidiaries or Nuveen Alternatives Advisors LLC a registered investment advisor and wholly owned subsidiary of TIAA, and distributed by Nuveen Securities, LLC, member Reagen, Global Head of
Investment ManagerPrincipal Real Estate Investorsprincipal.comPrincipal Real Estate Investors manages or sub-advises $78.9 billion in commercial real estate assets (as of March 31, 2020). The firm's real estate capabilities include both public and private equity and debt investment alternatives. Principal Real Estate Investors is the dedicated real estate group of Principal Global Investors, a diversified asset management organization and a member of the Principal Financial Group. Principal, Principal and symbol design and Principal Financial Group are trademarks and service marks of Principal Financial Services, Inc., a member of the Principal Financial Karlekar, Ph.D, Senior Managing Director, Global Research and
Investment ManagerPGIM Real Estatepgimrealestate.comAs one of the largest real estate managers in the world with $179.2 billion AUM, PGIM Real Estate strives to deliver exceptional outcomes for investors and borrowers through a range of real estate equity and debt solutions across the risk-return spectrum. PGIM Real Estate is a business of PGIM, the $1.3 trillion global asset management business of Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE: PRU). PGIM Real Estate’s rigorous risk management, seamless execution, and extensive industry insights are backed by a 50-year legacy of investing in commercial real estate, a 140-year history of real estate financing, and the deep local expertise of professionals in 31 cities globally. Through its investment, financing, asset management, and talent management approach, PGIM Real Estate engages in practices that ignite positive environmental and social impact, while pursuing activities that strengthen communities around the Menifee, Head of Americas Investment
Investment ManagerUBS Realty Investors LLCubs.comUBS Asset Management's Real Estate & Private Markets business is one of the largest asset managers in real assets worldwide, currently managing more than $100 billion globally. By combining the joint expertise of over 500 talented people working across Direct Real Estate and Direct Infrastructure as well as Multi-Manager Solutions in Real Estate, Infrastructure, and Private Equity, UBS offers clients integrated solutions to optimize the diversification of client portfolios, whether that be in targeting access-restricted private equity funds or niche real estate Gherlone, Head of Real Estate Research and
Investment ManagerUSAA Real Estateusrealco.comAcquiring, developing, and managing quality real estate investments since 1982, USAA Real Estate provides superior returns investing across the risk spectrum, with expertise in office, industrial / logistics, multifamily, retail and hotel assets. As a significant co-investor in all programs, USAA Real Estate maintains an “INVESTOR FIRST” mindset. USAA Real Estate is the real estate investment management arm of USAA, a leading financial services company serving military families since 1922.USAA Real Estate has achieved a track record of success living up to the high standards set at USAA and sharing its culture. USAA’s balance sheet puts USAA Real Estate in a position of strength—well capitalized to invest in multiple strategies. USAA Real Estate is headquartered in San Antonio, Will McIntosh, Ph.D, CRE, Global Head of
ConsultantCallan LLCcallan.comCallan works with institutional investor clients to build custom, lasting investment solutions by using a client-focused consulting model. As one of the largest independently owned investment consulting firms in the US, Callan is focused on business objectives that solely benefit clients. Callan's clients get access to a more stable consulting team supported by tools, data, and resources that could only be built by an organization with an exclusive focus on their Haskins, Senior Vice
ConsultantCambridge Associatescambridgeassociates.comCambridge Associates is a global investment firm. The firm aims to help pension plans, endowments & foundations, healthcare systems, and private clients implement and manage custom investment portfolios to generate outperformance so they can maximize their impact on the world. With more than 45 years of institutional investing insights, the firm has helped to shape and implement investment best practices and built strong global investment networks with the purpose of driving outperformance for clients. Cambridge Associates delivers a range of services, including outsourced CIO, non-discretionary portfolio management, staff extension and alternative asset class mandates. Cambridge Associates maintains offices in Boston; Arlington, VA; Beijing; Dallas; London; Munich, Menlo Park, CA; New York; San Francisco; Singapore; and Sydney. Cambridge Associates consists of six global investment affiliates that are all under common ownership and Nichols, Global Head of Real Assets Investment
ConsultantFund Evaluation Group (FEG)feg.comFEG is an independently-owned advisory firm that provides investment consulting, outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO), and research services to predominantly institutional clients, such as university endowments, private and public foundations, religious organizations, healthcare institutions, corporate retirement plans, and select family offices. FEG employs more than 130 professionals across offices in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dallas, Texas, and Indianapolis, Indiana, with approximately $68 billion in client assets under advisement. Founded in 1988, FEG has served the community, both directly and by helping our clients fulfill their missions, for 30 years. (FEG is also known as Fund Evaluation Group, LLC.) Busken, Vice President,
ConsultantMercermercer.comMercer provides insights, advice and technology-driven solutions to help build brighter futures for our clients, colleagues and communities. Together, we’re redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. Mercer’s more than 25,000 employees are based in 44 countries, and the firm operates in more than 130 countries. Mercer is a business of Marsh & McLennan Companies (NYSE: MMC), the world’s leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people, with 76,000 colleagues and annualized revenue approaching $17 billion. Through its market-leading businesses, including Marsh, Guy Carpenter and Oliver Wyman, Marsh & McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment. Yager, CPA,
ConsultantORG Portfolio Management LLCorgpm.comORG Portfolio Management LLC ("ORG") is a Registered Investment Adviser that provides global real estate and natural resources portfolio management and consulting services to sophisticated institutional investors. ORG believes that thoughtful and conservative underwriting, rigorous asset-level research, opportunistic tactical allocations to markets and managers, and portfolio diversification are critical to successful investment performance. ORG specializes in strategy development, discretionary and non-discretionary portfolio management, manager, fund and investment level due diligence, manager selection and monitoring, and performance Berns,
ConsultantRCLCO Real Estate Advisorsrclco.comSince 1967, RCLCO has been the “first call” for real estate developers, investors, public institutions, and non-real estate companies seeking strategic and tactical advice regarding property investment, planning, and development. RCLCO leverages quantitative analytics platforms and a strategic planning framework to provide end-to-end business planning and implementation solutions at an entity, portfolio, or project level. With the insights and experience gained over 50 years and thousands of projects—touching more than $5 billion of real estate activity each year—RCLCO brings success to all product types across the United States and around the world. RCLCO is headquartered in Washington, DC, and has offices in Los Angeles, Orlando, and Kaufmann, Managing Director and
ConsultantRussell Investmentsrussellinvestments.comWith more than 80 years of experience, Russell Investments is a global investment manager, dedicated to helping investors reach their long-term goals. Russell Investments offers investment solutions in 31 countries, manages $290 billion in assets (as of June 30, 2018) and provides consulting services on $2.3 trillion in assets (as of Dec. 31, 2017). Russell Investments specializes in multi-asset solutions, scouring the globe to deliver the best investment strategies, managers and asset classes to its clients around the world. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Russell Investments operates globally with 21 offices, providing investment services in the world’s major financial centers such as New York, London, Tokyo, and Steingold, CFA, Senior Research
ConsultantStepStone Real Estatestepstoneglobal.comStepStone is a global private markets investment firm focused on providing customized investment solutions and advisory and data services to some of the most sophisticated investors in the world. With more than $280 billion of private markets allocations, including over $62 billion AUM as of December 31, 2019, StepStone covers the spectrum of opportunities in private markets across the globe. The firm uses a disciplined, research-focused approach to prudently integrate fund investments, secondaries and co-investments across the private equity, infrastructure, private debt, and real estate asset classes. Mitro, Managing
ConsultantThe Townsend Grouptownsendgroup.comFounded in 1983, Townsend Holdings LLC (d/b/a The Townsend Group, an Aon Company) is a leading provider of global investment management and advisory services focused exclusively on real estate and real assets. Committed to excellence in investment management and client service, Townsend serves an institutional client base providing custom investment solutions to help meet the needs and objectives of their investment programs. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, the firm has offices in San Francisco, London, and Hong Frammartino, Partneraframmartino@townsendgroup.ocm
AssociationAmerican Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA)areuea.orgThe American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA) was originated at the 1964 meeting of the Allied Social Science Association in Chicago. AREUEA grew from discussions of individuals that recognized a need for more information and analysis in the fields of real estate development, planning and Connolly, Executive Vice
AssociationAmerican Real Estate Society (ARES)aresnet.orgThe American Real Estate Society (ARES), founded in 1985, is an association of real estate thought leaders. Members are drawn from academia and the profession at large, both in the United States and internationally. The Society is dedicated to producing and disseminating knowledge related to real estate decision making and the functioning of real estate Johnson, Ph.D,
AssociationAppraisal Institute (AI)appraisalinstitute.orgThe Appraisal Institute is a global professional association of real estate appraisers, with over 17,000 professionals in almost 50 countries throughout the world. Its mission is to advance professionalism and ethics, global standards, methodologies, and practices through the professional development of property economics Thatcher, CSCP, CLTD, CAE. Research
AssociationCCIM Instituteccim.comCCIM stands for Certified Commercial Investment Member. CCIM Institute courses, taught by instructors who are themselves industry leaders, deliver commercial real estate investment methodologies and tools that speed the pathway between opportunity, a go/no-go decision, and success for an asset. Each class is designed to enhance the success of commercial real estate professionals regardless of specialty. Since its founding more than 50 years ago, the institute has been educating real estate specialists across continents and industry categories. We continue to guide the growth of nearly 8,000 professionals each year, D. Blanton, CCIM,
AssociationCounselors of Real Estate (CRE)cre.orgThe Counselors of Real Estate (CRE) is an international organization of high-profile property professionals which include principals of prominent real estate, financial, legal, and business advisory firms, as well as recognized leaders of government and academia. Membership is extended by invitation and candidates may independently apply if they confirm a minimum of 10 years of real estate experience and three years of property advisory services. A stringent process of selection ensures that individuals awarded the CRE credential have attained the highest levels of expertise and achievement in their real estate specialty, particularly in the provision of sophisticated advice and high-level problem Walker Fleischmann, President and
AssociationInstitute of Real Estate Management (IREM)irem.orgIREM is an international institute for property and asset managers, providing complete knowledge to take on real estate management’s most dynamic challenges. That means knowledge prepared for the day-to-day and the one-of-a-kind: from solving the latest tenant crisis to analyzing market conditions. For over 85 years, IREM members have made us the world’s strongest voice for all things real estate management. Today, almost 20,000 leaders in commercial and residential management call IREM home for learning, certifications, and Gray, CPM,
AssociationInternational Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)icsc.comThe International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) is the global trade association of the shopping center and retail real estate industry. Founded in 1957, it features more than 70,000 members in over 100 countries, including shopping center owners, developers, managers, marketing specialists, investors, retailers and brokers, as well as academics and public officials. As the global industry trade association, ICSC links with more than 25 national and regional shopping center councils throughout the McGee, President and
AssociationMortgage Bankers Association (MBA)mba.orgThe Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) is the national association representing the real estate finance industry, an industry that employs more than 280,000 people in virtually every community in the country. Headquartered in Washington, DC, the association works to ensure the continued strength of the nation's residential and commercial real estate markets; to expand homeownership and extend access to affordable housing to all Americans. MBA promotes fair and ethical lending practices and fosters professional excellence among real estate finance employees through a wide range of educational programs and a variety of publications. Its membership of over 2,200 companies includes all elements of real estate finance: mortgage companies, mortgage brokers, commercial banks, thrifts, Wall Street conduits, life insurance companies and others in the mortgage lending Stoffers, CMB,
AssociationNAIOP, Commercial Real Estate Development Associationnaiop.orgNAIOP (formerly the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks), the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, provides advocacy, education and business opportunities by connecting members in a powerful North American network in the commercial real estate development and investment industry. NAIOP is an organization for developers, owners and investors of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate. NAIOP comprises more than 19,000 members and provides strong advocacy, education and business opportunities through a powerful North American Moura, Ph.D., Research
AssociationNational Apartment Association (NAA)naahq.orgThe National Apartment Association (NAA) envisions a world where rental housing is a valued partner in every community. NAA is the leading voice for the rental housing industry and as a trusted partner, valued connector and a powerful advocate, we are committed to serving 153 affiliates, over 82,000 members and the more than 10 million rental housing units they operate Munger, Associate Vice President, Industry Research and
AssociationNational Association of Homebuilders (NAHB)nahb.orgSince it was founded in the early 1940s, NAHB has served as the voice of America’s housing industry. We work to ensure that housing is a national priority and that all Americans have access to safe, decent and affordable housing, whether they choose to buy a home or rent. Each year, NAHB’s members construct about 80% of the new homes built in the United States, both single-family and multifamily. A federation of more than 700 state and local associations, NAHB represents more than 140,000 members. About one-third are home builders and remodelers. The rest work in closely related specialties such as sales and marketing, housing finance, and manufacturing and supplying building Schwanke, Vice President, Multifamily
AssociationNareitreit.comNareit (formerly the National Assocation of Real Estate Investment Trusts) is the worldwide representative voice for real estate investment trusts—REITs—and publicly traded real estate companies with an interest in US real estate and capital markets. Nareit advocates for REIT-based real estate investment with policymakers and the global investment Schnure, Senior Vice President, Research and Economic
AssociationNational Association of Realtors (NAR)nar.realtorThe National Association of REALTORS® is America's largest trade association, representing 1.4 million members, including NAR's institutes, societies, and councils, involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries. Nembership is composed of residential and commercial brokers, salespeople, property managers, appraisers, counselors, and others engaged in the real estate industry. Members belong to one or more of approximately 1,200 local associations/boards and 54 state and territory associations of REALTORS® Yun, Chief
AssociationNCREIFncreif.orgEstablished over 35 years ago, NCREIF (formerly the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries) serves the institutional real estate investment community as its Data Central, representing the largest, most robust and diverse database of country-specific real estate assets in the world. NCREIF produced the first property-level return index, the NCREIF Property Index (NPI), dating back to 1978 to capture investment performance records that meet the rigorous scrutiny and review of major investors and Pendley, Director of
AssociationNational Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)nmhc.orgBased in Washington, DC, the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) is the leadership of the trillion-dollar apartment industry. We bring together the prominent owners, managers and developers who help create thriving communities by providing apartment homes for 35 million Americans. NMHC provides a forum for insight, advocacy and action that enables both members and the communities they help build to Obrinsky, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Research, and Chief
AssociationPension Real Estate Association (PREA)prea.orgFounded in 1979, the Pension Real Estate Association (PREA) is a nonprofit trade association for the global institutional real estate investment industry. PREA currently lists over 700 corporate member firms across the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Our members include public and corporate pension funds, endowments, foundations, Taft-Hartley funds, insurance companies, investment advisory firms, REITs, developers, real estate operating companies and industry service MacKinnon, Director of
AssociationReal Estate Research Institute (RERI)reri.orgThe Real Estate Research Institute (RERI) is a non-profit organization that was incorporated in 1987 to stimulate high quality research on real estate investment performance and market fundamentals. Since its founding, RERI has provided funding for over 150 research papers and has helped create a body of scholarly research on topics that are timely and of interest to institutional real estate investors. RERI is supported by an extensive sponsor base of industry associations, real estate investment advisory firms, and industry research firms. Governance is provided by a Board and Advisory Board made up of leaders from both the industry and academic Rodriguez, Ph.D,
AssociationUrban Land Institute (ULI)uli.orgThe Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members. Founded in 1936, we now have more than 40,000 members worldwide, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines working in private enterprise and public service. A multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI facilitates an open exchange of ideas, information, and experience among industry leaders and policy makers dedicated to creating better places.knowledge.uli.orgJoan Campbell, ULI
AssociationAmerican Council of Life Insurers (ACLI)acli.comTrade association providing information and data about the benefits the life insurance industry pays out, the distribution of the industry’s assets, the specific industry contributions in a particular state, and more. Produces annual fact and data, as well as important data files for ACLI Hoppenstedt, MA, MSI, Knowledge Management
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VendorS&P Global Market Intelligencespglobal.comFormerly SNL Financial, providing deep, sector-specific analytics including real estate and REITs. Users can drill down to the property level for demographics, occupancy rates, and mapping, with more than 1,000 real estate companies in more than 45
MIT Center for Real of Architecture and the men and women whose innovations will serve the industry worldwide, the MIT Center for Real Estate is home to the first one-year Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) degree, as well as an intensive two- week Professional Certificate in Real Estate Finance and Development.David Geltner, Ph.D, Associate Director of Research, Center for Real Estate; Professor of Real Estate Finance, DUSPdgeltner@mit.edu1 617 253 5131Cambridge, MA, US
Harvard UniversityReal Estate and the Built School of Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) Master in Design Studies (MDes) Real Estate and the Built Environment (REBE) Program prepares graduates for professional and academic careers in real estate and the built environment as thought leaders and as decision-makers in real estate development, investment, construction and financing of increasingly complex environments and future cities. The Program is anchored by the belief that economic, aesthetic, and sustainable real estate values are created through a thoughtful process to confront, harness and integrate building form, typology, design thinking, financing innovation and development. Rather than address and teach real estate finance and investment skills as a standalone mechanical process, this Program also incorporates design and the overall built environment as key pedagogical focuses, examining the immanent interconnection and value each component dynamically adds to the other.Richard Peiser, Ph.D, Michael D. Spear Professor of Real Estate Development; Co-Director, Master in Urban Planning Programrpeiser@gsd.harvard.edu1 617 495 9558Cambridge, MA, US
New York UniversityCenter for Real Estate Finance School of Center for Real Estate Finance Research at NYU Stern aims to foster thought leadership in real estate finance, to support the teaching mission of the school to produce future leaders in the real estate industry, and to promote dialogue with our alumni and industry leaders in the field. To mark this important milestone, NYU Stern organized an Inaugural Conference on May 15th, 2012, which showcased exciting new research by the faculty at NYU Stern as well as a distinguished panel of industry captains working in real estate.Joshua Negreira, Acting Directorjnegreir@stern.nyu.edu1 212 992 6840New York, NY, US
New York UniversityThe Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policyfurmancenter.orgRobert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public NYU Furman Center advances research and debate on housing, neighborhoods, and urban policy. Established in 1995, it is a joint center of the New York University School of Law and the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Its mission is to: (1) Provide objective academic and empirical research on the legal and public policy issues involving land use, real estate, housing, and urban affairs in the United States; (2) Promote frank and productive discussions among elected and appointed officials, leaders of the real estate industry, leaders of nonprofit housing and community development organizations, scholars, faculty, and students about critical issues in land use, real estate, and urban policy; (3) Present essential data and analysis about the state of New York City’s housing and neighborhoods to those involved in land use, real estate development, community economic development, housing, urban economics, and urban policy.Ingrid Gould Ellen, Ph.D, Paulette Goddard Professor of Urban Policy and Planning, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service; Faculty Director, NYU Furman Centeringrid.ellen@nyu.edu1 212 998 7533New York, NY, US
Columbia UniversityPaul Milstein Center for Real Business Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate supports all functions of real estate at Columbia Business School, offering vital and unique programs, interweaving a powerful network, and serving as the perfect complement to the distinguished MBA Real Estate Program. Beyond the classroom, the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate provides a coveted platform for sharing expertise and strengthening networks through stimulating exchange among industry leaders, alumni, faculty members, and fellow students. Offering nearly 50 annual programs and activities, the Center curates a calendar of events which carefully considers specific opportunities for students, alumni, faculty members, and the industry at large.Christopher Mayer, Ph.D, Paul Milstein Professor of Real Estate Finance; Co-Director, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estatecm310@gsb.columbia.edu1 212 854 4221New York, NY, US
Cornell UniversityCenter for Real Estate and Johnson College of Center for Real Estate and Finance (CREF), established in 2009, is the foremost clearinghouse for hospitality real estate and finance information. Defined by its intellectual capital, industry experience, and rigorous academics, the center is respected as a leader of real estate and finance. Built on a tradition of quality research in the hospitality industry and a growing real estate and finance faculty, the center is at the forefront of research in all areas of commercial real estate—from studying the behavior of real estate assets in investment portfolios to understanding real estate capital markets and science of hedging real estate risk.Steven Carvell, Ph.D, Professor of Finance; Academic Director, Center for Real Estate and Financesac20@cornell.edu1 607 255 2606Ithaca, NY, US
Pennsylvania State UniversityInstitute for Real Estate College of Institute is unique at the Smeal College of Business in that it is a vital conduit for leading edge academic research and serves as the physical presence for real estate education at Penn State. The Institute for Real Estate Studies (IRES) is a privately sponsored research institution whose advisory board is made up of donors to the Institute. Established in 1985, IRES fosters discussion and research between academicians and business professionals in the area of real estate and provides a focal point for real estate education at Penn State.Brent Ambrose, Ph.D., Smeal Professor of Risk Management; Smeal Professor of Real Estate; Director, Ph.D. Program; Director, Institute for Real Estate Studiesbwa10@psu.edu1 814 867 0066University Park, PA, US
University of PennsylvaniaWharton Real Estate Departmentreal-estate.wharton.upenn.eduThe Wharton’s Real Estate Department seeks to produce sophisticated professionals with the necessary skills to succeed in the business world but who also have a broader perspective on the issues involved in creating and maintaining living and working environments. Relevant issues that department faculty examine include finance, investments, production, operations, development law, design, environmental remediation, public policy, economic market analysis, and architecture. US News and World Report has repeatedly ranked Wharton’s real estate MBA program as the top in the nation. Joseph Gyourko, Ph.D, Martin Bucksbaum Professor; Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger Director of the Zell/Lurie Real Estate Centergyourko@wharton.upenn.edu1 215 898 9687Philadelphia, PA, US
The Ohio State UniversityCenter for Real College of Ohio State Center for Real Estate at Fisher College of Business is dedicated to fostering excellence in real estate education, applied and academic research, and outreach through community and university partnerships. The Center’s main goal is to serve as a link between our students, faculty, alumni, and the various parts of the real estate industry, creating a vibrant community touching all aspects of real estate.Mary Beth McCormick, MBA, Senior Lecturer, Center for Real Estatemccormick.397@osu.edu1 614 292 3380Columbus, OH, US
University of CincinnatiReal Estate H. Lindner College of programs, industry outreach, and research are the pillars of the UC Real Estate Center. The Center sits at the intersection of industry leaders, students, academic programs, high quality research and the real estate community. It is a resource for students and industry leaders to network and become immersed in the real estate industry. Our partnerships, and strong corporate engagement allow the Real Estate Center and its academic programs to excel. Our program is growing, reaching global connections through our local, national and international professional involvement and successful alumni.Michael Eriksen, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Department of Finance, Real Estate, and Insurance and Risk Managementmike.eriksen@uc.edu1 513 556 5156Cincinnati, OH, US
Cleveland State UniversityPaul J. Everson Real Estate Ahuja College of Paul J. Everson Real Estate Center was established with a gift from its namesake to support real estate activities in three distinct areas: research, education and community outreach. The Center's mission is to serve as the leading resource for Cleveland area real estate professionals and students to enhance their knowledge, competence and career opportunities in real estate and brokerage services. The Center strives to achieve these objectives through academic preparation, certificate programs, seminars, continuing education and other support activities.Heidi Meier, Ph.D., Professor of Accounting; Chair. Accounting Department, Monte Ahuja College of Businessh.meier@csuohio.edu1 216 687 3786Cleveland, OH, US
University of Texas at AustinReal Estate School of Texas Real Estate Center offers undergraduate and graduate students an interdisciplinary and practical education in real estate. The Center brings together exceptional faculty and top industry professionals to facilitate cutting-edge research and curricula for undergraduate and graduate students. Our comprehensive program combines the disciplines of finance, real estate, law, design, and planning, and is designed to place graduates with the nation’s leading real estate firms.Mandy Pope, PLA, LEED AP, Managing Director, Industry Relationsmandy.pope@mccombs.utexas.edu1 512 232 3484Austin, TX, US
University of Texas at San AntonioReal Estate Finance and of estate finance and development is designed for students interested in managing businesses associated with real estate and the planning, financing, developing and construction of building projects. Graduates will be able to explore career opportunities in areas such as financial analysis, market analysis, mortgage banking, real estate development and real estate investment. Real estate is the largest component of wealth and has been estimated to represent approximately one-half of the world’s wealth. Real estate generates over 28% of the US GDP and creates jobs for nearly 9,000,000 Americans. The real estate development, home building and construction industry employs more than 131,000 individuals in San Antonio. It has an economic impact of $19.4 billion each year, second only to the health care industry as an economic generator. Statewide, over 784,000 individuals are employed in the industry.Tony Ciochetti, Ph.D., Elmo James Burke Jr. Chair in Real Estate Finance and Development; Executive Director, Embrey Real Estate Finance and Development Programtony.ciochetti@utsa.edu1 210 458 8759San Antonio, TX, US
Texas A&M UniversityReal Estate Centerrecenter.tamu.eduMays Business Master of Real Estate Program (MRE) at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School gives students the fundamental knowledge of commercial real estate to immediately add value in the marketplace. The program’s concentration on finance, real estate law, economics, market analysis, and negotiations allows the student to explore the industry as they develop their skills and contacts.Nicky Amos, Directornamos@mays.tamu.edu1 979 845 0490College Station, TX, US
Baylor UniversityReal Estate School of Real Estate curriculum is designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in real estate as well as provide them the foundation necessary for graduate study in this field. As part of the coursework for the Real Estate major, students will be introduced to ARGUS Financial Analysis, the real estate industry’s leading property analysis software. Satisfactory completion of FIN 3405 (Principles of Real Estate), and FIN 4340 (Real Estate Finance) will qualify as partial fulfillment of the requirements necessary for a student take the Texas real estate sales license examination administered by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC).Shane Underwood, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate; Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair of Investment Managementshane_underwood@baylor.edu1 254 710 4524Waco, TX, US
Texas Christian University (TCU)Center for Real School of DFW Metroplex is one of the foremost real estate hubs in the country, making TCU the perfect place to provide research, training and partnerships for students and professionals in the real estate field. The Center for Real Estate launched in spring 2018. For TCU students looking to enter the real estate industry, the center provides extensive networking and experiential learning opportunities. In addition, the Center for Real Estate helps enhance the undergraduate major in finance with a real estate emphasis.Leslie Purvis, Associate Director, Center for Real Estatel.purvis@tcu.edu1 817 257 4017Fort Worth, TX, US
Southern Methodist University (SMU)Robert and Margaret Folsom Institute for Real School of Robert and Margaret Folsom Institute for Real Estate was originally established to provide outreach to the real estate community to be actively involved in the research and debate of critical private and public land use issues. The Institute has been the backbone of the study of the real estate industry at SMU, supporting the real estate academic programs at both the BBA and MBA levels. The Institute is cultivating tomorrow’s real estate leaders by its dedication to academic excellence, real world applications, leadership coaching, networking opportunities and career placements.Joseph Cahoon, MBA, Professor of Practice; Director, Folsom Institute for Real Estatejcahoon@smu.edu1 214 768 3155Dallas, TX, US
University of North TexasFinance, Insurance, Real Estate & Briint Ryan College of department of Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Law (FIREL) trains professionals to manage successfully all financial aspects of a firm, and to manage and work within financial institutions, their regulatory bodies, investment firms and mortgage banks. It prepares students for careers in life insurance marketing, brokerage, underwriting and risk management in the insurance industry. The department educates individuals in real estate finance and investment, brokerage, and appraisal. The business law curriculum prepares business managers to function in the increasingly complex legal environment of business. All programs within the department prepare the student for more advanced professional work or schools and/or a successful career in business.John Puthenpurackal, Ph.D, Department Chair; Professorjohn.puthenpurackal@unt.edu1 940 565 3063Denton, TX, US
Louisiana State UniversityDepartment of Finance, Real Estate Research J. Ourso College of study trends in the Louisiana real estate market for the benefit of growth and development throughout the state. Established in part with funds from the Louisiana Real Estate Commission in 1985, various private sources and grants have provided continued funding for the institute. The institute partners with the Baton Rouge Association of Realtors to host the annual TRENDS in Baton Rouge Real Estate seminar, which was established as a means of professional outreach and typically has 300-500 attendees. We continue to be recognized for our publications in U.S. real estate journals, and continue to secure grants for the purpose of supporting doctoral students. Students have access to ARGUS software and the opportunity to become certified on this vital real estate standard to gain valuable skills and credibility in the industry prior to graduation.R. Kelley Pace, Ph.D; Louisiana Real Estate Commission; Director, Real Estate Research Institute; Professor, Department of Finance; Professor, Real Estate Research Institutekpace@lsu.edu1 225 578 6256Baton Rouge, LA, US
University of FloridaKelley A. Bergstrom Real Estate College of Kelley A. Bergstrom Real Estate Center at the University of Florida has been cultivating the exchange of education and information among real estate researchers, academics, students and industry leaders for more than 30 years. The Center was named after Kelley A Bergstrom, who in 2006 created an endowment to support the Center for years to come.David Ling, Ph.D, Ken and Linda McGurn Professor; Director, Master of Science, Real Estatedavid.ling@warrington.ufl.edu1 352 273 0313Gainesville, FL, US
Florida State UniversityReal Estate of Real Estate Program at FSU is one of the largest and oldest programs in the nation and is consistently ranked among the nation’s best by US News & World Report. The program includes majors or specializations in real estate at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. More than 1,200 students enroll in real estate courses each year. Close interaction among students, faculty members, alumni and the business community continues to be a hallmark of the program. The FSU Real Estate Center’s Executive Board helps keep the curriculum relevant, provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and offers opportunities for students to network with industry executives. Dean Gatzlaff, Ph.D, Mark C. Bane Professor; Executive Director, FSU Real Estate Centerdgatzlaff@fsu.edu1 850 644 4071Tallahassee, FL, US
Georgia State UniversityDepartment of Real Mack Robinson College of GSU Real Estate Center was established in the early 1990s to bridge the gap between academic and industry communities. The Center’s current mission includes: supporting student recruiting (undergraduate and graduate); strengthening relationships between Real Estate professionals and the industry communities; supporting faculty research to achieve Top-5 program status; and fostering inter-disciplinary collaborations among GSU academic units. The Center also conducts the following activities on a regular basis: develops and enhances partnerships with Real Estate investment and finance communities to increase student enrollment and encourage innovation and entrepreneurial efforts; organizes and sponsors professional workshops/training, industry forums and conferences to support professional development, information sharing and networking; organizes and sponsors academic conferences to promote faculty research and Real Estate, Urban and Household Finance fields.Jon Wiley, Ph.D, Director, MS in Commercial Real Estate programjwiley@gsu.edu1 404 413 7728Atlanta, GA, US
University of GeorgiaReal Estate College of ranked in the nation’s top five such programs by US News & World Report, the Real Estate Program combines a rigorous and relevant academic curriculum with world-class internship opportunities and career placement at companies such as Bank of America, Deloitte and Prudential. With BBA, MBA and Ph.D. degree options and a faculty comprised of top scholars, the Real Estate Program teaches students the technical and practical skills needed to succeed as leaders in an ever-evolving industry.James B. Kau, Ph.D, C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Distinguished Chair in Business Administration, Emeritusjkau@uga.edu1 706 542 3805Athens, GA, US
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillLeonard W. Wood Center for Real Estate Studiesrealestate.unc.eduKenan-Flagler Business Leonard W. Wood Center for Real Estate Studies exists to enrich the real estate experience at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School for our students, faculty, alumni and employers. Our primary goal is to create a community of real estate practitioners engaged in lifelong learning and career development.David Hartzell, Ph.D, Steven D. Bell and Leonard W. Wood Distinguished Professor in Real Estate; Professor of Financedave_hartzell@unc.edu1 919 962 3219Chapel Hill, NC, US
University of California at BerkleyReal Estate Development + UC Berkeley MRED+D Program is housed in the College of Environmental Design (CED). The college is an interdisciplinary hub of undergraduate, professional, and doctoral programs focused on the built environment, creating powerful synergies and opportunities for collaboration. Under one roof, students are exposed to a wide range of ideas from adjacent fields, and work on teams with planners and designers—excellent preparation for the real world of real estate development, where team work is the norm.Greg Morrow, Ph.D, Director, Master of Real Estate Development + Design Programgmorrow@berkeley.edu1 510 664 5204Berkeley, CA, US
University of California at BerkleyFisher Center for Real Estate & Urban School of mission of the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics is to educate students and real estate professionals and to support and conduct research on real estate, urban economics, the California economy, land use, and public policy.Robert H. Edelstein, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus; Maurice Mann Chair in Real Estate; Co-Chair, Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economicsedelstein@haas.berkeley.edu1 510 643 6105Berkeley, CA, US
University of San DiegoBurnham-Moores Center for Real of a “Center of Excellence” at the University of San Diego School of Business, the mission of the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate (BMC) is to help recruit, educate and mentor real estate students with the goal of facilitating their career pursuits in a socially-responsible manner, with a global perspective and in collaboration with the real estate industry. We accomplish this mission through the support of outstanding faculty and professional staff, dedicated career services, active industry involvement and outreach and cutting-edge research. College Factual has ranked USD as No. 1 three years in a row in 2020, 2019, and 2018 in its category "Best Real Estate Colleges in the US"Norm Miller, Ph.D, Hahn Chair of Real Estate Financenmiller@sandiego.edu1 619 260 7939San Diego, CA, US
University of Wisconsin at MadisonJames A. Graaskamp Center for Real School of James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate at the Wisconsin School of Business was created to support students in our real estate programs by fostering excellence in real estate education, research, and outreach. The curriculum is distinguished by its hands-on approach to learning, including a one-of-a-kind, student-managed Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) fund, premier real estate conferences, and case competitions. Our students benefit from access to industry leaders and an extensive global alumni network for learning and professional growth. Scholarships and fellowships are available to qualified students, along with occasional opportunities to work on consulting projects with faculty.Tim Riddiough, Ph.D, Department Chair for Real Estate and Urban Land Economics; Director of the Applied Real Estate Investment Track (AREIT); James A. Graaskamp Chair in Real Estatetimothy.riddiough@wisc.edu1 608 262 3531Madison, WI, US
University of AlabamaAlabama Center for Real College of Alabama Center for Real Estate is housed within the University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business. ACRE is organized to provide national thought leadership and relevant resources in the areas of research, education and networking that enhance Alabama’s real estate industry. The heart of ACRE is advancing relationships by providing servant leadership with a passionate, adaptable and humble spirit. It was established by legislative act in 1996 with support & guidance of its founding partners, the Alabama REALTORS, the Alabama Real Estate Commission and The University of Alabama.Alan Tidwell, Alabama Association of Realtors Chair of Real Estate; Associate Professor of 205 348 5726Tuscaloosa, AL, US
KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyDepartment of Real Estate and Construction of Architecture and the Built's leading academic environment for education and research in law, economics, management and financing related to real estate development, construction and property management and geodesy. The department belongs to the School of Architecture and the Built Environment.Han-Suck Song, Ph.D, Associate Professor; Program 708 75 82 06Stockholm, Sweden
Tel Aviv University, IsraelAlrov Institute for Real Estate School of Alrov Institute for Real Estate Research was established by the Tel Aviv University School of Management as a center dedicated to the study and dissemination of up-to-date knowledge in the field of real estate, on all its theoretical and applied aspects. As part of this, the Alrov Institute for Real Estate Research strives to promote real estate knowledge through innovative research of real estate in its broadest sense; train the next generation of leaders and decision-makers in the real estate market; and hold local and international forums consisting of industry researchers, policymakers and professionals. The Alrov Institute strives to achieve academic excellence and maintain its prominent international status in real estate research.Ravit Huberfeld, MBA, Real Estate Finance Advisor; Executive Director of Alrov Institute for Real Estate 6409957Tel Aviv, Israel
Universität RegensburgInternational Real Estate Business Real Estate Business IREBS International Real Estate Business School is part of the University of Regensburg. It contents ten chairs and professorships in law, economics and business administration. The IREBS furthermore offers executive education in the Rhein-Main area (Eltville), Berlin, Munich and Essen. With its broad range of educational programs in Real Estate, IREBS is one the largest institute in Europe.Sven Bienert, Ph.D, MRICS, REV, Real Estate Department Headsven.bienert@irebs.de49 941 943 6011Regensburg, Germany
University of TorontoCentre for Real Estate and Urban School of Centre for Real Estate and Urban Economics (CRE) supports research and education in real estate and urban economics at the University of Toronto. Although the CRE is located within the Rotman School of Management, its activities involve scholars across the University of Toronto and around the world. CRE-affiliated research spans the fields of urban economics and real estate. Recent CRE research has considered: the economics of cities, the formation of business clusters, the economics of business improvement districts/areas, investment under uncertainty, real estate development, house price dynamics, housing search, real estate agency, and mortgage finance.William Strange, Ph.D, SmartCentres Chair of Real Estate; Professor, Economic Analysis and Policywstrange@rotman.utoronto.ca1 416 978 1949Toronto, ON, Canada
University of TorontoSchool of Citiesschoolofcities.utoronto.caSchool of, more than half of the world’s population lives in cities. Why do people gather in cities? What makes a city livable? How should cities evolve, to become more sustainable, inclusive and just? New interdisciplinary thinking is needed for cities to be successful. U of T’s deep urban expertise, across all fields, is tackling the future of cities. The School of Cities is where educators, institutions, practitioners and the public will engage in research, education and outreach to drive forward new city solutions—and a shared prosperity for all citizens. Matti Siemiatycki, Ph.D, Associate Professorsiemiatycki@geog.utoronto.ca1 416 946 5145Toronto, ON, Canada
York UniversityBrookfield Centre in Real Estate and School of Brookfield Centre in Real Estate and Infrastructure has established a global leadership role for the School in the expanding and evolving fields of real estate and infrastructure, and the increasingly important intersections between them. First announced in 2016 and made possible by a generous $4 million donation from Timothy R. Price (Hon. LLD ’09) and his wife, Frances Price, together with the Brookfield Partners Foundation, the Brookfield Centre is well positioned to become a globally renowned and sought-after real estate and infrastructure education and applied research hub at Schulich.Jim Clayton, Ph.D, Director and Timothy R. Price Chair, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructurejclayton@schulich.yorku.ca1 416 736 2100 x:66532Toronto, ON, Canada
Northwestern UniversityGuthrie Center for Real Estate School of mission of the Guthrie Center for Real Estate Research is to educate students, to support and foster research on real estate finance, real estate markets and urban economics, and to provide a forum for the engagement and continuing education of real estate professionals.Efraim Benmelech, Ph.D, Harold L. Stuart Professor of Finance; Director, Guthrie Center for Real Estate Researche-benmelech@kellogg.northwestern.edu1 847 491 4462Evanston, IL, US
Roosevelt UniversityMarshall Bennett Institute of Real College of in 2002 to bring real estate education to Chicago, the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate has supported The Chicago School of Real Estate faculty, students and leaders of the real estate industry as it prepares the next generations of real estate industry professionals. The programs overseen by the Institute have graduated more than 325 students as of 2018. Collete English Dixon, MBA, Executive Director, Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estatecenglishdixon@roosevelt.edu1 312 341 3767Chicago, IL, US
University of OxfordDepartment for Continuing Urban on Sustainable Urban Development (SUD) at Oxford seeks to develop advanced knowledge on the challenges and opportunities for developing more sustainable and just urban spaces, communities and politics. The SUD research programme takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of sustainable urbanism drawing on a full spectrum of research methodologies and philosophies. The SUD research programme aims to be at the leading edge in national and international developments in urban studies placing particular emphasis on understanding the social, economic and environmental processes of urbanisation and what it means for creating sustainable communities. The SUD team consists of full time academic staff and part time doctoral researchers working on projects focused on a wide range of regions such as Southern Africa, South Asia, the Caribbean Islands, etc. The SUD research has been primarily funded by the UK Research Councils, the British Academy, and Oxford’s John Fell Fund.General 0 1865 286 952Oxford, UK
Peer-ReviewedReal Estate Estate Economics (REE) first published in 1973 is the oldest academic journal focusing on real estate issues and is considered the premier journal for real estate related topics. The journal facilitates communication among academic researchers and industry professionals and improves the analysis of real estate decisions. Each issue of REE reaches over 8,000 academics, finance and economic professionals, libraries, government and financial institutions around the world.American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA)Abduallah Yavas,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Housing Journal of Housing Research (JHR) serves as an outlet for theoretical and empirical research on a broad range of housing related topics including, but not limited to, the economics of the housing markets, residential brokerage, home mortgage finance and mortgage markets, and international housing issues.American Real Estate Society (ARES)Ken Johnson, ARES Publication
Peer-ReviewedJournal for Real Estate American Real Estate Society's flagship journal, the Journal of Real Estate Research (JRER), provides valuable insight into issues in real estate for practitioners and academics alike. The focus of the Journal is to investigate and expand the frontiers of knowledge that cover business decision-making applications or scholarly real estate research. ARES has a special interest in research that can be useful to the business decision maker in areas such as development, finance, management, market analysis, marketing and valuation.American Real Estate Society (ARES)Ken Johnson, ARES Publication
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Real Estate Journal of Real Estate Literature (JREL) encourages academic research and teaching in the field of real estate by providing information for researchers and educators. Our scope includes, but goes beyond, that of the traditional literature journal listing published research, dissertations, and work in progress. We intend to include other information on tools, such as software and data bases, helpful to those pursuing research.American Real Estate Society (ARES)Ken Johnson, ARES Publication
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Real Estate Portfolio Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management (JREPM) features articles on the management of real estate portfolios. Its purpose is to disseminate applied research on real estate investment and portfolio management. Authors are encouraged to submit the findings of original research or synthesis articles.American Real Estate Society (ARES)Ken Johnson, ARES Publication
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Sustainable Real Journal of Sustainable Real Estate (JOSRE) strives to make where we live, work, and recreate become more efficient, productive, healthier, and to do less harm while we as society design, build, create, and operate the structural world. JOSRE’s aim is to foster knowledge creation within the nexus of sustainability, built space, investment, occupant productivity, and social responsibility, while recognizing externalities and regulations. American Real Estate Society (ARES)Ken Johnson, ARES Publication
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Real Estate Practice and Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education (JREPE) encourages excellence in teaching and seeks to motivate research in real estate education and practice. It provides a basis for the exchange of innovative opinions and research findings among practicing real estate professionals, educators and researchers internationally. The contents provide information on the teaching of real estate and research findings that are critical to the understanding of the practice and education in real estate.American Real Estate Society (ARES)Ken Johnson, ARES Publication
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Real Estate Finance and has been an expansion of theoretical and empirical research on real estate using the paradigms and methodologies of finance and economics. Examples of this research include the working and structure of markets, the role of various institutional arrangements, the attention given mortgages and asset securitization, risk management and valuation, and public policy and regulation. The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics provides a forum for the publication of this research. The subject areas in which the papers published in the journal include urban economics, housing, regional science and public policy.Springer Science Business Media John Glascock,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Housing and Built Journal of Housing and the Built Environment (HBE) presents the refereed results of original scientific research, and new developments in policy and practice in the fields of housing, spatial planning, building and urban development. The aim is to give international exposure to recent developments, providing a forum for the exchange and discussion of new ideas. The journal benefits a diverse readership of scientists, specialists, practitioners and policy-makers in government and in organizations dealing with housing and urban issues.Springer Nature B. V.Peter Boelhouwer, Editor in
Peer-ReviewedUrban Affairs Urban Affairs Review (UAR) has been a leading scholarly journal focused on urban politics, policy, and governance for fifty years. Submissions reflecting different scholarly disciplines and methodological perspectives are welcome when the research advances theory and improves our understanding of political processes, policy impacts, and approaches to governance in urban, regional, and metropolitan settings. The Urban Affairs Review is affiliated with American Political Science Association’s section on Urban Politics. Sage JournalsJered Carr, Managing
Peer-ReviewedEnvironment and and Urbanization (E&U) seeks to advance a more socially just and environmentally sustainable urban world through the provision of knowledge. Our focus is the global South, where an estimated one in three of the urban population live in informal settlements and where more than half work within the informal economy. UN projections suggest that almost all the world’s growth in population in the next few decades will be in urban centres in the Global South. Contributors to E&U include those engaging with critical social science to add theoretical and conceptual insights, those reporting innovative empirical findings that augment our understanding of context and solutions (and their significance for theories and concepts), and those able to share the voices of activist representative groups and movements that are rarely seen in the scholarly literature. In other words, our journal aims both to advance social justice and be the change we strive for by encouraging contributions that share the perspectives of disadvantaged and marginalized groups. E&U particularly encourages researchers, NGO staff, professionals and activists in Africa, Asia and Latin America to write about their work, present their ideas and debate issues. We promote the work of French, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking authors by arranging for the translation of their work into English.Sage JournalsChristine Ro, Managing publishes articles on many aspects of urban planning and policy. It distinguishes itself by providing an international and interdisciplinary platform for the exchange of ideas and information among urban planners, policy makers and analysts, and urbanists from all disciplines. The primary aims of the journal are to analyze and assess past and present urban development and management as a reflection of effective, ineffective and non-existent planning policies; and the promotion of the implementation of appropriate urban policies in both the developed and the developing world.ElsevierPengjun Zhao,
TradeJournal of Housing & Community Developmentjournalofhousing.orgThe Journal of Housing and Community Development is the only periodical devoted exclusively to the affordable housing and community development (HCD) field. It features articles on all aspects of the industry, including legislation and advocacy, finance, international HCD initiatives, green building, maintenance and administration, as well as semi-regular columns from leaders in the field. It is published by the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO).National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO)Sylvia Gimenez, Managing
Peer-ReviewedInternational Development Planning International Development Planning Review (IDPR) is a peer-reviewed journal which provides an interdisciplinary platform for the critical study of development related practices, planning and policy in the global South. Submissions are welcomed across a broad range of topics including but not limited to: demographic change and urbanization, shelter and infrastructure provision, livelihoods and economic activities, transport and communication networks, governance and civil society, urban and rural development policy and planning, and sustainability and environmental change. IDPR publishes theoretically informed and empirically grounded papers, critical reviews, and viewpoints.Liverpool University PressDaniel Hammett,
Peer-ReviewedInternational Journal of Housing Markets and International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis (IJHMA) aims to provide an holistic view of housing through its coverage of varied and diverse aspects of the housing industry including, amongst others, finance, demography, valuation and planning. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis focuses on the interface between academic research and practical application by disseminating new research findings alongside articles related to everyday professional practice.Emerald PublishingRichard Reed,
Peer-ReviewedProperty Law and Real Estate Property Law and Real Estate Commons provides open-access academic research on real estate and property law, as part of the Digital Commons Network, which brings together free, full-text scholarly articles from hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide. Curated by university librarians and their supporting institutions, the Network includes a growing collection of peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work.Universities
Peer-ReviewedThe Appraisal Appraisal Journal is the Appraisal Institute’s quarterly peer-reviewed journal. Winner of a Gold Circle Award from the Center for Association Leadership (ASAE), the Appraisal Journal is recognized as the appraisal profession’s premier technical and academic publication. Nearly 20,000 appraisers and others rely on the Journal for well-researched, innovative and thought-provoking articles on a wide variety of valuation topics.Appraisal InstituteStephen T. Crosson, MAI, SRA,
TradeJournal of Property Managementjpmonline.orgJPM is IREM’s official magazine and covers the most comprehensive range of information pertaining to property management and real estate professionals of all property types and at all levels of experience in the real estate management industry.Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM)
Peer-ReviewedReal Property, Trust, and Law Real Property, Trust, and Law Journal is a scholarly publication in a law-review format, published by the American Bar Association. The Journal differs from traditional law reviews in that it has a dual editorial board consisting of an editorial board of practicing lawyers who are members of ABA’s Real Property, Trust and Estate (RPTE) Section and a student editorial board that is located at the University of South Carolina Law School. The Journal focuses on subjects of interest and importance to lawyers practicing in the fields of real property, estate planning, probate, and trust law.American Bar Association (ABA)
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Property Investment & Journal of Property Investment & Finance (JPIF) welcomes papers relating to ALL property types that contribute to investment. This would include all commercial and residential income producing properties in a multi asset portfolio; the valuation of all property types; the analysis of property markets and the impact of sustainability initiatives. The aim of the journal is to inform and encourage debate internationally between academics and practising professionals in all aspects of real estate research and practice. JPIF seeks to publish well-written, readable articles of intellectual rigour with a theoretical and practical relevance to the real estate profession; address subjects of major interest and practical importance to the real estate professions; improve property appraisal, finance and investment skills by promoting awareness of new theories, applications and related concepts and their implications for market conditions; assist the property professional in keeping up-to-date with developments in real estate law, internet sites and recent publications; and provide a cumulative source of reference material.Emerald PublishingNick French,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Property of Property Research is an international journal of research, particularly applied research, into property investment and development. Journal of Property Research welcomes original papers on any area of real estate investment and development. These may be theoretical, empirical, case studies or critical literature surveys. There are two major areas of focus: (1) Property investment and finance. This covers topics such as the characteristics of property as an investment class, forecasting of markets and property portfolio construction. Much of this research will be an application to property of techniques developed in other investment markets. (2) Land development. This covers a wide range of issues surrounding the development and redevelopment of property. The focus may be financial, economic or environmental; urban or rural; public or private sector.Taylor & Francis OnlineBryan MacGregor,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Transport and Land Journal of Transport and Land Use (JTLU) is the leading international journal that publishes original interdisciplinary papers on the interaction of transport and land use. The Editors welcome original submissions across the globe and from a wide range of domains, including engineering, planning, modeling, behavior, economics, geography, regional science, sociology, architecture and design, network science, and complex systems. Papers reporting ground-breaking contributions in the field of transport and land use, whether from an empirical, theoretical, methodological, or policy perspective, are especially encouraged.University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies Yingling Fan,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Urban Planning and Journal of Urban Planning and Development (JUPDDM) covers the application of civil engineering to such aspects of urban planning as area-wide transportation, the coordination of planning and programming of public works and utilities, and the development and redevelopment of urban areas. Subjects include environmental assessment, esthetic considerations, land use planning, underground utilities, infrastructure management, renewal legislation, transportation planning, and evaluation of the economic value of state parks.American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)Gang-Len Chang,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Corporate Real Journal of Corporate Real Estate (JCRE) is a unique double-blind peer reviewed journal dedicated to Corporate Real Estate (CRE) and its management. CRE is the real estate owned and occupied by organizations in the public and private sectors that own and use real estate in meeting their core purpose. As such, it takes an end user perspective on real estate and has interests in both real estate and business management.Emerald PublishingRianne Appel-Meulenbroek,
Peer-ReviewedInternational Journal of Real Estate Journal of Real Estate Studies (INTREST), formally the Malaysian Journal of Real Estate (MaJORE), is an academic journal devoted to the publication of scholarly papers on all topics related to real estate and land administration including valuation, investment, market analysis, planning, GIS, building technology, facilities management, maintenance management, environmental disaster and other emerging fields of real estate related studies. Papers founded on theoretical and empirical research are preferred. The journal also publishes shorts notes and book reviews. Submitted papers are refereed, and are evaluated on the basis of originality and substantive contribution to advancing scholarly understanding in the above-mentioned fields.University Teknologi
Peer-ReviewedInternational Journal of Sustainable Real Estate and Construction International Journal of Sustainable Real Estate and Construction Economics (IJSRECE) proposes and fosters discussion on sustainable real estate and economics, emphasising the application of various economic theories. It acknowledges the complexity of the concept of sustainability as an interface between economics, society and the environment and offers a platform on which both academics and practitioners will find research of interest. Although there are journals which publish for sustainable real estate and construction, this is the first of its kind to focus on the issue from an economics perspective.Inderscience PublishersRita Yi Man,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Portfolio Journal of Portfolio Management (JPM) is a definitive source of thought-leading analyses and practical techniques that many institutional investors turn to for insight on the financial markets.The JPM offers cutting-edge research on all major topics in investments, including asset allocation, performance measurement, market trends, portfolio optimization, and risk management. Portfolio Management Research (PMR)Frank J. Fabozzi,
TradeJournal of American Planning 1935, the quarterly Journal of the American Planning Association (JAPA) has published research, commentaries, and book reviews useful to practicing planners, scholars, students, policy makers, and others interested in the planning profession.American Planning Association (APA)Ann Forsyth, Editor
Peer-ReviewedJournal of Economic aims of the Journal of Economic Geography (JOEG) are to redefine and reinvigorate the intersection between economics and geography, and to provide a world-class journal in the field. The journal is steered by a distinguished team of Editors and an Editorial Board, drawn equally from the two disciplines. It publishes original academic research and discussion of the highest scholarly standard in the field of 'economic geography' broadly defined. Submitted papers are refereed, and are evaluated on the basis of their creativity, quality of scholarship, and contribution to advancing understanding of the geographic nature of economic systems and global economic changeOxford AcademicHarald Bathelt,
Peer-ReviewedJournal of European Real Estate Journal of European Real Estate Research, launched in 2008, is published in partnership with the European Real Estate Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and advancing the field of real estate research and education throughout Europe. The journal seeks to publish articles of intellectual rigour with a theoretical and practical relevance to the real estate profession in Europe, address subjects of major interest and practical importance to the real estate profession; improve property appraisal, finance and investment skills by promoting awareness of cross border applications and related concepts and their implications to indigenous markets; assist the property professional to understand the differences between the various real estate markets across Europe; and provide a cumulative source of reference material.Emerald PublishingPaloma Taltavull,
Peer-ReviewedReal Estate Management and Valuationcontent.sciendo.comremav/remavReal Estate Management and Valuation (REMV) is a journal that publishes new theoretical and practical insights that improve our understanding in the field of real estate valuation, analysis and property management.Polish Real Estate Scientific Society - SciendoSabina Źróbek, Editor in
Peer-ReviewedCornell Real Estate Cornell Real Estate Review was founded in 2002 as a forum for faculty, professionals, and real estate students to focus attention on current issues in the real estate industry. The Review focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of real estate, blending informative articles on real estate practice with application-based academic research. The Review covers a broad range of issues from the various real estate disciplines including design, business economics, engineering, finance, law, planning, development, marketing, and property management.Cornell
Peer-ReviewedCorporate Real Estate Real Estate Journal is the essential peer-reviewed, professional journal for corporate real estate executives. Each quarterly 100-page issue publishes high quality articles and real case studies on new thinking, strategies and techniques in corporate real estate. It cuts through the deluge of information facing corporate real estate professionals to deliver content which is authoritative, practical and relevant by providing a blend of genuine thought-leadership – which expands what can be achieved with corporate real estate – with detailed, actionable advice and "lessons learned" from industry peers.Henry Stewart PublicationsBrenda Rouse,
TradeBOMA Magazine is the official news magazine of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International. It is the number one source for the latest news and information on legislative, regulatory and codes activities, statistical trends and forecasts and emerging technologies impacting commercial real estate. Find out about the important issues affecting the commercial real estate industry. See what members of the commercial real estate’s premier association are reading. Stay on top of news and events at BOMA International.Building Owners and Managers Association International (BOMA)Courtney McKay, CAE, Vice President, Communications and
TradeCommercial Investment Real Estate Investment Real Estate magazine is the flagship publication of the CCIM Institute, the leader in commercial real estate education and the premier networking organization for industry professionals. The award-winning publication reports on the latest trends and developments, along with successful business strategies, in commercial real estate.CCIM InstituteNicholas Leider, Senior Content
TradeDevelopment magazine is a quarterly publication of NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. Available in print, online, digital and app formats, the magazine is circulated to more than 20,000 members and subscribers in the United States and Canada. Through articles and columns, the magazine addresses products and issues impacting commercial real estate development, both now and in the future. Office, industrial, retail and mixed-used projects are featured. Topics include: leadership and management; regulatory and government affairs; the capital markets; investment sales; supply, demand and rents relating to real estate products; demographics, technology and consumer behavior; transportation and mobility; sustainability; leasing and marketing; and more.Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP)
TradeCommercial Property Executivecpexecutive.comCommercial Property Executive is the leading integrated resource for executives and companies that own, invest in, develop, lease and/or manage commercial real estate. With an emphasis on executive profiles and industry and economic data, Commercial Property Executive also includes reports covering finance, sustainability, technology, property management, education and legal and regulatory issues. Including in this coverage are all major property types and business areas, spanning the United States as well as foreign investment in the country and investment by US entities overseas.Commercial Property ExecutiveJack Kern, Publisher and Research
TradeMulti-Housing Newsmultihousingnews.comMHN provides the leaders of the multi-housing industry with the most current and complete news, information and analysis to help them run their businesses more efficiently and profitably.Yardi SystemsJack Kern, Publisher and Research
TradeUrban Land Magazineurbanland.uli.orgUrban Land is the magazine of the Urban Land Institute. Urban Land covers best practices across a broad spectrum of real estate topics reflecting ULI’s priorities. These include building highly livable, sustainable communities with the transit and other infrastructure necessary to support them; promoting intelligent densification and urbanization worldwide; and understanding how technological and demographic trends will influence the built environment. Four print editions are published annually, with additional special issues; the online edition offers fresh content posted daily.ULIElizabeth Razz, Editor in
TradeNational Real Estate Investor Magazinenreionline.comNational Real Estate Investor is a magazine focused on all classes of commercial real estate. It’s the leading authority on trends in the commercial real estate markets, providing top-level executives with in-depth analysis in the industry.National Real Estate InvestorDavid Bodamer, Executive Director, Content & User
TradeShopping Centers Todayicsc.comICSC's monthly magazine, Shopping Centers Today (SCT) is a comprehensive magazine for the shopping center industry. SCT offers in-depth reporting, interviews, and analysis on the important issues facing each aspect of the shopping center business.International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)Rae Logsdon, Senior Vice President, Communications, Marketing &
TradeREIT Magazinereit.comNareit's bi-monthly magazine, REIT Magazine, is the source for information on REITs and real estate information. The magazine is available in print and digital format. NAREITMatthew Bechard, Editor In
TradeReal Estate Forum Magazineglobest.comReal Estate Forum magazine is a must-read for the nation’s leading decision makers in all segments of the commercial property industry. Each issue delivers in-depth analysis of the latest market conditions, insightful case studies, company profiles, interviews with innovative thinkers, demographic trends – everything you need to know to make smart business decisions.ALM
TradeAffordable Housing Newsaffordablehousingnews.comAffordable Housing News (AHN) is a key player in the delivery of information for this vitally important industry sector covering the provision and implementation of affordable housing options across the United States of America. We strive to serve as a vital resource tool in spreading news of current developments and good works undertaken in this sector. For both investors and operators, we educate, inform and provide guidelines about strategy and regulation in the affordable housing industry. Our readers include the industry’s most well-known managers, owners, contractors, lenders and industry stakeholders. Through in-depth interviews, case studies and strategic leadership spotlights, AHN recognizes those who epitomize the best in affordable housing.Avenir
TradeInstitutional Real Estate Real Estate Americas is a monthly publication for institutional investors in real estate — pension plans, foundations and endowments — and the consultants and real estate investment managers who serve them. With an emphasis on insights and analysis, the publication provides information about the people, events and trends driving this market. Features cover portfolio management, investment strategy and capital flows, with a focus on supporting the staff and investment committee members of public and corporate pension plans, foundations, and endowments. Every issue also contains lists of recent commitments and new fund offerings; people moves and promotions; and news and data about real estate fundraising and investment activity.Institutional Real Estate, Inc. Loretta Clodfelter, Senior Editor, Institutional Real Estate
TradeInstitutional Investor Newsinstitutionalinvestor.comFor 50 years, Institutional Investor has built its reputation on providing award-winning editorial for the world's most influential decision makers in global asset management and banking. This prestigious audience relies on Institutional Investor to provide in-depth coverage of the people and events impacting the world's economy and all facets of institutional asset management. Intuitional Investor,
TradePREA PREA Quarterly is primarily a members only benefit, with a circulation exceeding 3,200 (including approximately 700 institutional investors). The mission of the Quarterly is to provide a forum for the discussion of issues and trends which impact the real estate investment industry and the decision making processes of our members. Our ultimate goal is to educate our readers about the strategies, opportunities and potential risks of real estate investment. Each issue of the Quarterly includes regular commentary on areas such as real estate securities, legislative issues, capital flows and market research, as well as feature articles exploring issues and trends of importance to institutional real estate investors and an interview with a prominent business leader.Pension Real Estate Association Jared Chase, Staff Writer and
TradeMultifamily Executive Magazinemultifamilyexecutive.comMultifamily Executive Magazine serves vital information to owners, managers, builders, and developers of multifamily housing nationwide. Each issue is jam packed with profitable information, such as profiles on multifamily housing leaders, innovations and solutions from the experts, best practices for managing properties, and hot trends and the latest products to make each dollar count.Hanley Wood
TradeUNITS Magazine is a full-color trade publication, published by the National Apartment Association, featuring news and newsmakers in the apartment housing industry.National Apartment AssociationLes Shaver, Editorial
TradeBuilder Magazinebuilderonline.comBUILDER magazine delivers in-depth features on design, business, construction, technology, marketing, and products for builders, architects, and other industry professionals. BUILDER is the magazine of the National Association of Home Builders.Hanley Wood
TradeReal Estate Business Estate Business is today's most relevant and essential publication for real estate professionals. This bimonthly magazine is published by the Real Estate Business Institute (REBI), a not-for-profit affiliate of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (NAR). Real Estate Business addresses timely topics of concern to the real estate industry's most dynamic brokers, owners, managers, team leaders and agents. Our readers include individuals who work for, manage or own national, franchise and independent brokerages. They are all top producers, the elite of real estate sales, earning more than twice the income of the typical residential sales associate.Real Estate Business Institute Charlee Gibson, Director of Marketing and
TradeBroadband Communitiesbbcmag.comBBC offers in-depth news, expert insights, and practical know-how on the technical, business, financial, and legal aspects of outfitting properties and communities with broadband solutions. With a focus on residential buildings, developments, and municipalities, BBC helps the large-scale and wholesale buyers and users of broadband technologies, equipment, and services competitively distinguish their properties and communities in a rapidly-changing marketplace.Broadband Properties, LLCMasha Zager,

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