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Oct 29-Nov 1 MSRED Extended Open House 2018

    The MIT Center for Real Estate will be holding an Extended Open House Monday October 29th – Thursday November 1, 2018. This week-long experience allows prospective applicants to

MIT MSRED Alum Featured in WSJ

Bill Browning ‘91, Founding Partner of Terrapin Bright Green, is Known as Leading Expert in Biophilic Design “The Future of Cities (A Special Report) — Green Buildings. Literally: ‘Biophilic’ designs incorporate elements

Professor Albert Saiz Leaves for Sabbatical, Steps Down as CRE Director

    Letter from Former CRE Director Albert Saiz Dear friends of the MIT Center for Real Estate, The “MIT CRE 2014-2018: Rising to New Heights, Cementing the Future”, relates

Just How High Could Long Term Interest Rates Actually Go?

June 12th, 2018  By Bill Wheaton   The standard opinion is that long-term rates (e.g. 10-year) and not short term rates are most relevant to the pricing of commercial real estate.

June 18 MSRED Information Session 2018

We invite you to join CRE faculty, staff, and current students for an evening Information Session hosted by Center for Real Estate Faculty and Staff.  Come hear about the MSRED

What it means for real estate: The solar-EV revolution

May 24th, 2018  By Bill Wheaton The prospect for suburban living has just gotten a lot brighter. Suburban houses will not only be able to generate the energy they need

Will Co-working Work?

By Bill Wheaton May 18, 2018    The press has been all over the sale of New York’s mothership store of Lord and Taylor to a new CoWork flexible workspace

CRE Director and Faculty Present Research at University of Tokyo and Hitotsubashi University in Japan

  April 30, 2018 LAST MONTH, Albert Saiz and David Geltner traveled to Tokyo Japan to present their research with University of Tokyo and Hitotsubashi University in a series of workshops on

The Tax Reform Act: The impact of the SALT deduction on real estate

By Bill Wheaton April 20, 2018 Eliminating the SALT deduction will ultimately reduce aggregate spending on public education, infrastructure, public safety and other locally and state-funded services. Many in Congress

The Tax Reform Act: Mortgage Interest and Housing Capital Gains

March 14, 2018 Blog Entry by Prof. William Wheaton   Changes in the Mortgage Interest Deduction   In assessing this feature of the new Tax Act, it’s important to remember

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