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Miami, CREW and Hillary Clinton Too!

By: Carolina Morgan When we applied to the research assistant position for the CREW Network research project, Jung Mi and I had no idea that the job came with a very

Women are reshaping the Property Boom in Seattle

It’s a sign of Seattle’s urban real estate boom that the only vehicle showroom left on the stretch called Auto Row is the Ferrari dealer. The rest have been swallowed

Soyak part of largest private real estate development deal in Turkey

Soyak recently completed the largest private real estate development deal ever in Turkey.  The  Kristal Kule Development project, which recently sold for approximately $400 million, makes the project the highest

Nikhil Naik of MIT Media Lab Speaks at Boston Properties University

At this year’s Boston Properties University, we were very fortunate to have as a guest speaker Nikhil Naik from the MIT Media Lab.  Nikhil’s presentation on StreetScore, an algorithm that

Thought Leader Speaker Series

 

Why can’t middle class Americans afford to live in Liberal cities?

Blue America has a problem: Even after adjusting for income, left-leaning metros tend to have worse income inequality and less affordable housing. Professor Albert Saiz speaks to this question. “Democratic,

Spaulding Award Winner’s announced at 2014 Back to School – NYC

This past weekend at 2014 Back to School – NYC Professor David Geltner presented Catherine Polleys ’97, Principal, Aon Hewitt  and Mark Robert ’94, Managing Director, Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, Alternatives

2014 Back to School – NYC

Come Join us for the 2014 Back to School – NYC! This event is co-hosted by MIT’s Center for Real Estate and AACRE and is being sponsored by Saul Ewing.

At the Intersection of Real Estate and Urban Economics

Albert Saiz leads research efforts looking at what’s really going on in real estate and urban housing markets. FULL ARTICLE AND VIDEO

CMBS: Is Underwriting for CMBS Back to Pre-Crisis Levels?

With the country’s CMBS market bouncing back to pre-crisis levels, industry observers are voicing growing concerns about a deterioration in underwriting on securitized commercial debt deals… READ MORE

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