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New Paper: The Impact of Housing Conditions on Health Outcomes

“Stay Home, Stay Healthy”? That Depends on the Home…The new paper “The Impact of Housing Conditions on Health Outcomes” by Juan Palacios Temprano (MIT_SUL), together with Nils Kok, Piet Eichholtz

Price Dynamics Platform Quantifies Impact of Pandemic on Commercial Property Market

The Price Dynamics Platform just released a special report quantifying the impact the pandemic has had so far on the investment property market in the US. Based on the Platform’s

The Geography of Covid-19 Growth in the US: Counties and Metropolitan Areas

Authors: William C. WheatonDepartment of EconomicsMIT Center for Real Estate Anne Kinsella ThompsonMIT Center for Real Estate Abstract: It has been 70 days since the first case of Covid-19 was

Director of MIT Center for Real Estate, Prof. Frenchman op-ed in the Boston Globe on energy labels for U.S. homes

March 2nd, 2020 – Boston Globe publishes an op-ed from MIT/CRE Director Dennis Frenchman entitled, “Seeing green when buying a house”. The piece is in support of a Green Energy

Commercial Real Estate at the Crossroads | 2018 Trend Report

  November 19th, 2018 Cambridge, MA Ground breaking innovations in commercial real estate are creating unprecedented efficiencies in building construction, management, utilization and, increasingly, financing and payments. The powerful combo

New Publication from MIT REI Lab’s Daniel Fink

      MIT REI Lab Lead Researcher, Daniel Fink, has published his Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship, “Complex Urbanities: Digital Techniques in Urban Design”, courtesy Australia’s NSW Architects Registration Board.

New Working Paper – Housing Supply and Policy

The Center for Real Estate periodically publishes the Working Paper Series which provides a vehicle for faculty, research associates, fellows, and visiting scholars to highlight their research. Below is the

Commercial Building Capital Consumption in the US

David Geltner Sheharyar Bokhari Abstract: This report presents the findings of an analysis of the nature and magnitude of capital consumption in commercial property structures in the United States. Capital

“Better to learn a language in high demand, but in low supply”

Be sure that you choose a language that is considered in high demand, or will make no difference to your salary.   Albert Saiz, Daniel Rose Associate Professor of Urban Economics

Professor Saiz’s research cited in Wall Street Journal

In a February 27th article in the WSJ, Prof. Saiz’s research was cited in the article,  Place Bets Carefully on Home Builders. While there are several different criteria that play into

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