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Bubble Economics How Big A Shock To China’S Real Estate Sector Will Throw The Country Into Recession, And Why Does It Matter?, Bryane Michael, Simon Zhao 2016 University of Hong Kong

Bubble Economics How Big A Shock To China’S Real Estate Sector Will Throw The Country Into Recession, And Why Does It Matter?, Bryane Michael, Simon Zhao

Bryane Michael (bryane.michael@stcatz.ox.ac.uk)

How far do China’s property prices need to drop in order to send the country into a recession? What does this question tell us about the way Bubble Economies work? In this paper, we develop a theory of Bubble Economics – non-linear and often “systemic” (in the mathematical sense of the word) forces which cause significant misallocations of resources. Our theory draws on the standard elements of most stories of Bubble Economics, looking at the way banking, construction, savings/investment, local government and equities sectors interact. We find that Bubble Economies’ GDP growth can depend on property prices changes differently ...


Hotval Toolkit, Crocker H. Liu 2016 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Hotval Toolkit, Crocker H. Liu

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HOTVal is a hotel valuation spreadsheet based on a regression model discussed in the Center for Real Estate and Finance at Cornell called Cornell Hotel Indices: Second Quarter 2012: The Trend is Our Friend by Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, and Robert M. White, Jr. The model which will be continually updated, provides a rough estimation of the value of a hotel property once the user inputs information on whether the hotel is a large or small hotel, the year and quarter of the valuation, the state where the property ...


First Quarter 2016: Second Verse, Same As The First, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White Jr. 2016 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

First Quarter 2016: Second Verse, Same As The First, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White Jr.

Cornell Real Estate Market Indices

Our Standardized Unexpected Price (SUP) metric continues to show a decline in the price of large hotels and positive momentum for the price of small hotels. Although investors are currently experiencing positive leverage, with return on invested capital greater than borrowing costs, dark clouds have appeared in the form of higher interest rates for hotels, higher credit spreads, and higher volatility relative to other commercial real estate. Our financing, risk, and early warning indicators all continue to suggest that hotel prices should start to level off or decline. This is report number 18 of the index series.


The Kelsey: A Development Proposal, Naiop Workshop Project, Jennifer Arnold, Scott Holden, Lisa Wise, Cameron Brown, Alec Lawrence, Marc Strabic, Darrin Brightman, Alex Joyce, Kerry Steinmetz, Cameron Chester, Adam Seidman, Jeff Hubbard 2016 Portland State University

The Kelsey: A Development Proposal, Naiop Workshop Project, Jennifer Arnold, Scott Holden, Lisa Wise, Cameron Brown, Alec Lawrence, Marc Strabic, Darrin Brightman, Alex Joyce, Kerry Steinmetz, Cameron Chester, Adam Seidman, Jeff Hubbard

Real Estate Development Workshop Projects

Master in Real Estate Development Program students produce a development plan for a property site in Bellevue Washington. They form a real estate development team and produce an original development plan, including the development concept, the market analysis, the conceptual design, economic analysis, capital and operations budget, and management plan.

The students' plan demonstrates and applies mastery of the development concepts and tools learned through their Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) coursework. The Center greatly appreciates the support of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), the Building and Owners Management Association (BOMA), and numerous private sponsors ...


Housing Policies In Singapore, PHANG Sock Yong, Matthias HELBLE 2016 Singapore Management University

Housing Policies In Singapore, Phang Sock Yong, Matthias Helble

Research Collection School Of Economics

Singapore has developed a unique housing system, with three-quarters of its housing stock built by the Housing & Development Board (HDB) and homeownership financed through Central Provident Fund (CPF) savings. As a result, the country’s homeownership rate of 90% is one of the highest among market economies. At different stages of its economic development, the Government of Singapore was faced with a different set of housing problems. An integrated land–housing supply and financing framework was established in the 1960s to solve the severe housing shortage. By the 1990s, the challenge was that of renewing aging estates and creating a ...


Center For Real Estate Quarterly, Volume 10, Number 1, Portland State University. Center for Real Estate 2016 Portland State University

Center For Real Estate Quarterly, Volume 10, Number 1, Portland State University. Center For Real Estate

Center for Real Estate Quarterly

Table of Contents:
-- Portland's Affordable Housing Challenge by Clyde Holland (p. 5-18)
-- The State of the Economy by Adam Seidman (p. 19-29)
-- Residential Market Analysis by Alex Joyce (p. 30-53)
-- Multifamily Market Analysis by Marc Strabic (p. 54-64)
-- Office Market Analysis by Alec Lawrence (p. 65-74)
-- Industrial Market Analysis by Adam Seidman (p. 75-80)
-- Retail Market Analysis by Alec Lawrence (p. 81-86)


Fourth Quarter 2015: Large Hotels Have Lost Momentum— Small Hotels Still Going Strong, Crocker H. Liu Ph.D., Adam D. Nowak Ph.D., Robert M. White Jr. 2016 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Fourth Quarter 2015: Large Hotels Have Lost Momentum— Small Hotels Still Going Strong, Crocker H. Liu Ph.D., Adam D. Nowak Ph.D., Robert M. White Jr.

Cornell Real Estate Market Indices

Although the price of large hotels has declined, small hotels continue to experience positive momentum, based on our Standardized Unexpected Price (SUP) metric. Hotel investment based on operating performance is back in the red, with signals that investors are experiencing negative leverage, since the borrowing cost of debt now exceeds the return on invested capital. Our financing, risk, and early warning indicators all continue to suggest that hotel prices should start to level off or decline. This is report number 17 of the index series.


Oregon College Of Art And Craft (Ocac) Workshop Project, Scott Holden, Alex Joyce, Nate Raynor, Bob Sassa 2016 Portland State University

Oregon College Of Art And Craft (Ocac) Workshop Project, Scott Holden, Alex Joyce, Nate Raynor, Bob Sassa

Real Estate Development Workshop Projects

Students in the PSU Real Estate Development Workshop produce a development plan for the Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC). Their task was to produce an original development plan, including the development concept, market analysis, conceptual design, economic analysis, capital and operations budget, and management plan.


Innovation Creation, Innovation Adoption, And Firm Characteristics In The Construction Industry, Ernawati Mustafa Kamal, Nor’Aini Yusof, Mohammad Iranmanesh 2015 Selected Works

Innovation Creation, Innovation Adoption, And Firm Characteristics In The Construction Industry, Ernawati Mustafa Kamal, Nor’Aini Yusof, Mohammad Iranmanesh

Mohammad Iranmanesh

Purpose – This study aims to assess the construction firm’s innovation orientation and to investigate its relationship with firm characteristics.

Design/methodology/approach – A structured survey was conducted among 105 firms in the Malaysian construction industry. The results of the factor analysis revealed two underlying dimensions of innovation, namely, innovation creation and innovation adoption. For the cluster analysis, the firms were segmented into four subgroups according to four dimensions, namely, non-innovative, innovation-creator, imitator and innovative firms.

Findings – Firm’s business scale and age significantly affected the innovation orientation of construction firms.Originality/value – This research contributes to the existing body ...


The Springs: Perfect Place For Glamorous Lifestyle In Dubai, Kevin Wilson 2015 Selected Works

The Springs: Perfect Place For Glamorous Lifestyle In Dubai, Kevin Wilson

Kevin Wilson

The springs is a well-known city of Dubai, located adjacent to the famed Sheikh Zayed Road, offers an easy access to various major locations of the city. The city is offering numerous leisure and entertainment opportunities to the residents. The area is the home to some iconic communities such as Emirates Hills, Jumeirah Islands, The Meadows and The lakes. 
Offering incredible panoramas of beautiful landscapes, stunning waterways and splendid gardens, the city is home to a variety of luxurious townhouses and properties in The Springs. It provides an atmosphere where residents can involve themselves in the moments of tranquility and ...


Big Show Realty Surprise Az, Greg Stein 2015 Arizona State University

Big Show Realty Surprise Az, Greg Stein

Greg Stein

Whether you're buying or selling a home, you will benefit from Big Show Realty Surprise AZ. Our experienced and local knowledge allows us to become aware of Surprise homes for sale and other properties before others. Check out the latest homes for sale in Surprise AZ to hit the market.


City Of Cleveland Housing: Stock, New Construction, Buyers And Sellers, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

City Of Cleveland Housing: Stock, New Construction, Buyers And Sellers, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


The Cleveland Condition Index, 1990, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

The Cleveland Condition Index, 1990, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


1995 Buyers Of Cleveland Homes And Trends 1983-1995, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

1995 Buyers Of Cleveland Homes And Trends 1983-1995, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


Urban Sprawl And Decline: Prospects For Change, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

Urban Sprawl And Decline: Prospects For Change, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


Tax Base Disparity: Development Of Greater Cleveland¹S Sapphire Necklace, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

Tax Base Disparity: Development Of Greater Cleveland¹S Sapphire Necklace, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


Sheriff Sales Of 1-Family Homes, City Of Cleveland, 1990-2002, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

Sheriff Sales Of 1-Family Homes, City Of Cleveland, 1990-2002, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


Suburbanization Of Ohio Metropolitan Areas, 1980-2000, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

Suburbanization Of Ohio Metropolitan Areas, 1980-2000, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


Abandonment Of Cleveland's Housing Stock And Potential For Redevelopment Of Vacant Land, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

Abandonment Of Cleveland's Housing Stock And Potential For Redevelopment Of Vacant Land, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


Rebuilding Cleveland: A Regional Undertaking, Thomas Bier 2015 Cleveland State University

Rebuilding Cleveland: A Regional Undertaking, Thomas Bier

Thomas Bier

No abstract provided.


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