Practice Focus: Complex real estate problem solving in multifamily housing, Affordable housing, adaptive reuse of historic buildings, & regulatory and policy issues.
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Brett Pelletier is a finance and land economics professional specializing in commercial real estate problem solving and Affordable Housing finance, advisory, and policy matters. He is an adjunct faculty member of Salve Regina University's Department of Business and Economics and teaches courses in finance and economics. He is focussed on engaging students in complex problem solving relative to finance, economics, real estate, and social applications. He is a creative and engaged leader focusing on tactile solutions to complex theoretical, financial, and operational problems and a passionate learner with unique ability to bridge dissimilar disciplines in solving problems involving both economics and the built environment. Professional and academic interests include: Land Economics, Real Estate Finance, Land Use Planning, Healthy Housing, Housing and Economic Inequality, and High Performance Building Standards. He provides clients with real estate valuation and counseling services for all types of commercial property on a national basis with a concentration on income-producing property within New England. His clients include non-profit, community, and private developers, non-profit organizations, institutional investors, lenders, municipalities, public housing authorities, and government agencies.
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