The Case for Real Estate Ethics Education

Ethics: At the Core of Real Estate Education and Practice Volume 44, Number 1 February 5, 2020 By Hugh F. Kelly, Ph.D., CRE; Desmond F. McGowan, CFA, CIPM; and Steven R. Norris, MAI, CRE Photo: patpitchaya/ This piece is continued in Volume 44, Number 2, “Real Estate Ethics in Practical Applications”. This is the first […]

Do Value Assurance Programs Reduce Property Values? A Hedonic Analysis

Volume 43, Number 5 July 16, 2019 By Carl Dietz, MAI; Louis Wilde, Ph.D.; and Jack Williamson, Ph.D. Photo: s-t/ Over the last several decades, the discovery of off-site contamination from various sources such as manufacturing and industrial facilities or disposal sites has become commonplace. The offsite contamination often affects residential properties and results in […]

  • Carl Dietz, MAI,
  • Louis L. Wilde, Ph.D.,
  • Jack Williamson, Ph.D.,

Smart Cities: Issues & Opportunities to Consider

Insights & Opinions Volume 43, Number 3 April 23, 2019 By Morris Ellison Photo: LuckyStep/ Cities have historically delivered services by creating infrastructure networks over, under, and alongside their streets containing water, sewer, utilities, telephone, and cable TV/Internet lines. These traditional urban infrastructure networks allowed cities or private licensees to deliver services such as public […]

  • Morris Ellison

Brexit Explained: Where, How & What

Volume 43, Number 2 March 11, 2019 By Hans Vrensen, CRE, and Peter Cosmetatos Photo: Delpixel/ The Counselors of Real Estate’s European Chapter hosted a Brexit conference in cooperation with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in London on 28 February 2019. This event was subtitled “Requiem for a Deal?” and was well-timed, given […]

Cybersecurity of Building Technology: Smart Cities and Smart Buildings Require Smart Protection

Volume 43, Number 1 March 5, 2019 By Marie-Noëlle Brisson, CRE; Dan Doggendorf; and Michael Savoie, Ph.D. Photo: Continued from Volume 42, Number 2 and Number 10. Introduction Cybersecurity has become a major issue for commercial real estate in many more ways than previously anticipated. Ongoing vigilance – making security a part of the […]

Vibrancy and Property Performance of Major U.S. Employment Centers

Volume 42, Number 13 November 13, 2018 By Emil E. Malizia, Ph.D., FAICP, and Yan Chen Photo: MaLija/ Since the turn of the century, the spatial pattern of real property development in the United States has changed. Many central cities across the country have attracted impressive amounts of jobs, residents, and investments compared to their […]

  • Emil E. Malizia, Ph.D., FAICP
  • Yan Chen

The Devastating Impact of Storm Surge on Coastal Communities

A Case Study on Florida’s Low Income Housing Tax Credit Projects Volume 42, Number 12 October 18, 2018 By V. Lynn Hammett, Ph.D, CG; Elaine Worzala, Ph.D, CRE, FRICS; and Tom Springer, Ph.D. Photo: johnmoorefour/ Introduction Last year, several hurricanes caused major damage in Houston, Florida and Puerto Rico. Now in 2018, Hurricane Florence and Hurricane […]

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