Working Paper Series

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 a library of working papers, listed chronologically with most recent papers at the top. 

  1. Urban Big Data: City Management and Real Estate Markets

Richard Barkham (CBRE)

Sheharyar Bokhari, MIT Center for Real Estate

Albert Saiz, MIT Center for Real Estate

 

2.   Real Trends: The Future of Real Estate in the United States

Albert Saiz, MIT Center for Real Estate

Arianna Salazar, MIT Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning

 

3.   Commercial Building Capital Consumption in the US

David Geltner, MIT Center for Real Estate

Sheharyar Bokhari, MIT Center for Real Estate

 

4.   Commercial Buildings Capital Consumption and the United States National Accounts

Sheharyar Bokhari, MIT Center for Real Estate

David Geltner, MIT Center for Real

 

5.   Energy Efficiency and Economic Value in Affordable Housing

Andrea Chegut, MIT Center for Real Estate

Piet Eichholtz, Maastricht University

Rogier Holtermans, Maastricht University

 

6.   Error Correction Models of MSA Housing “Supply” Elasticities: Implications for Price Recovery

William Wheaton, MIT Center for Real Estate, Department of Economics

Serguei Chervachidze, CBRE Econometric Advisers

Gleb Nechayev, CBRE Econometric Advisers

 

7.   Simultaneous and Solitary Spikes: Investment in Equipment and Buildings

Jasper Brinkerink, Maastricht University, School of Business & Economics

Andrea Chegut, MIT Center for Real Estate

Wilko Letterie, Maastricht University, School of Business & Economics

 

8.   The Price of Innovation: An Analysis of the Marginal Cost of Green Buildings

Andrea Chegut, MIT Center for Real Estate

Piet Eichholtz, Maastricht University School of Business & Economics

Nils Kok, Maastricht University School of Business & Economics

 

9.   The Mistakes People Make: Financial Decision Making when Buying and Owning a Home

Sumit Agarwal, National University of Singapore

Crocker Liu, Cornell University

Walter Torous, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Vincent Yao, Fannie Mae

 

10.   The Income Tax Penalty on Rental vs Owner-Occupied Housing: An Argument for Apartment Rent Tax Exemption

David Geltner, MIT Center for Real Estate

 

11.   System Dynamics Modeling of Chinese Urban Housing Markets for Pedagogical and Policy Analysis Purposes

David Geltner, MIT Center for Real Estate

Richard de Neufville, MIT Engineering Systems Division

Xin Zhang, MIT Engineering Systems Division

 

12.   Characteristics of Depreciation in Commercial and Multi-Family Property: An Investment Perspective

Sheharyar Bokhari, MIT Center for Real Estate,

David Geltner, MIT Center for Real Estate

 

 

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