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Starting A Residential Real Estate Business, Caelan Shurina 2020 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Starting A Residential Real Estate Business, Caelan Shurina

Honors Theses

Hello fellow entrepreneur! It seems you have set your heart on residential real estate. Great! This guide explores the steps you will need to take to turn this interest into a profitable business in real estate investing. By laying out the discoveries I made while creating my own real estate management business in downtown Chattanooga, I’ve created a step by step guide to help you streamline the process from evaluating the market before you buy to selling the property after renovations are complete.


A Neighborhood-Level Perspective Of Real Estate Determinants In Three U.S. Cities, Mikhail Samarin, Madhuri Sharma 2020 University of Tennessee

A Neighborhood-Level Perspective Of Real Estate Determinants In Three U.S. Cities, Mikhail Samarin, Madhuri Sharma

International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research

This study examines the relationships between commonly available socio-economic and environmental determinants of real estate (crime, quality of schools, racial/ethnic diversity, and built environment) and real estate values in socially and politically recognized units in the three largest cities of the U.S.—New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Utilizing a variety of data sources used by potential real estate buyers, we conduct correlations, mapping, and multiple regression analyses to identify the degrees and strengths of associations between select determinants and real estate values at these politically recognized units. Results suggest that the cities exhibit similar patterns for crime-related ...


Land Use In Nevada: Counties And The Bureau Of Land Management (Blm), Elia Del Carmen Solano-Patricio, Kelliann Beavers, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr. 2020 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Land Use In Nevada: Counties And The Bureau Of Land Management (Blm), Elia Del Carmen Solano-Patricio, Kelliann Beavers, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr.

Environment

This Fact Sheet compares land ownership in the State of Nevada, and its 17 counties. Drawn from an original report by Headwaters Economics, the figures and tables that follow provide each jurisdiction’s total land acreage, 2019 population estimates, and a breakdown of land ownership categories, including: private lands, federal lands, state lands, tribal lands, and land owned by cities, counties, or other jurisdictions.


Covid-19: Housing Hardship Index, Yanneli Llamas, Madison Frazee-Bench, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr. 2020 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Covid-19: Housing Hardship Index, Yanneli Llamas, Madison Frazee-Bench, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr.

Housing & Real Estate

This fact sheet highlights the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on May 2020 unemployment rates and mortgage delinquencies in the Mountain West: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. This synthesis is based on nationwide data originally reported by Bankrate senior mortgage reporter Jeff Ostrowski in “Housing Hardship Index: Coronavirus crushes some state economies, spares others.”


Housing Affordability In Nevada Recreation Counties, Yanneli Llamas, Vanessa Booth, Peter Grema, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr. 2020 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Housing Affordability In Nevada Recreation Counties, Yanneli Llamas, Vanessa Booth, Peter Grema, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr.

Housing & Real Estate

Using 2019 data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, this Fact Sheet highlights housing affordability in Nevada’s four recreation counties: Clark, Douglas, Elko, and Washoe. This synthesis is based on a published, national study by Dr. Megan Lawson of Headwaters Economics titled, “Housing in recreation-dependent counties is less affordable.”


Covid-19: Metro Recovery Index In The Mountain West, Vanessa Booth, Katie M. Gilbertson, Elia Del Carmen Solano-Patricio, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr. 2020 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Covid-19: Metro Recovery Index In The Mountain West, Vanessa Booth, Katie M. Gilbertson, Elia Del Carmen Solano-Patricio, Caitlin J. Saladino, William E. Brown Jr.

Economic Development & Workforce

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic recession that is developing as a result, researchers at the Brookings Institution created the “Metro Recovery Index dashboard,” an interactive data set that tracks changes in labor, real estate, and other economic indicators for metropolitan areas throughout the U.S. Using data from January – June 2020, this Fact Sheets highlights the impact of the COVID-19 recession on 13 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) in 5 Mountain West states: Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah.


A Machine Learning Approach To Delineating Neighborhoods From Geocoded Appraisal Data, Rao Hamza Ali, Josh Graves, Stanley Wu, Jenny Lee, Erik Linstead 2020 Chapman University

A Machine Learning Approach To Delineating Neighborhoods From Geocoded Appraisal Data, Rao Hamza Ali, Josh Graves, Stanley Wu, Jenny Lee, Erik Linstead

Engineering Faculty Articles and Research

Identification of neighborhoods is an important, financially-driven topic in real estate. It is known that the real estate industry uses ZIP (postal) codes and Census tracts as a source of land demarcation to categorize properties with respect to their price. These demarcated boundaries are static and are inflexible to the shift in the real estate market and fail to represent its dynamics, such as in the case of an up-and-coming residential project. Delineated neighborhoods are also used in socioeconomic and demographic analyses where statistics are computed at a neighborhood level. Current practices of delineating neighborhoods have mostly ignored the information ...


Micro-Housing In Seattle Update: Combating “Seattle-Ization”, Taylor Haines 2020 Seattle University

Micro-Housing In Seattle Update: Combating “Seattle-Ization”, Taylor Haines

Seattle University Law Review SUpra

No abstract provided.


Back Cover, 2020 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Back Cover

Cornell Real Estate Review

Back cover of Cornell Real Estate Review (2020), Volume 18.


Photo Credits, 2020 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Photo Credits

Cornell Real Estate Review

Photo credits for Cornell Real Estate Review (2020), Volume 18.


Pace Financing Emerges As A Valuable Resource For Property Owners Rushing To Comply With Nyc’S New Climate Mobilization Act, David Lee 2020 Cornell University

Pace Financing Emerges As A Valuable Resource For Property Owners Rushing To Comply With Nyc’S New Climate Mobilization Act, David Lee

Cornell Real Estate Review

In May 2019, the City of New York passed the Climate Mobilization Act (CMA), the most ambitious climate legislation ever enacted by any city or county in the State of New York. The CMA mandates the reduction of the City’s overall carbon emissions by 80 percent within 20 years. Generally, buildings are responsible for 70 percent of the City’s emissions – by far the highest percentage of any sector (Climate Mobilization Act: Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, 2019). Building emissions are likely only to increase compared to other sectors, such as transportation, which have had a head start in ...


Diverse Industries Power A Burgeoning Innovation Hub In South Philadelphia, Joseph A. McFalls 2020 Cornell University

Diverse Industries Power A Burgeoning Innovation Hub In South Philadelphia, Joseph A. Mcfalls

Cornell Real Estate Review

As the pace of change has accelerated, there is wide recognition that the future will belong to innovative and advanced technologies and industries. Competition among cities and, indeed, within cities, has intensified to attract and retain the individuals and companies that are leading this change. While areas like Boston’s Kendall Square and Silicon Valley are at the forefront of this movement, other areas are significant but under-reported contributors. Philadelphia, with its "eds and meds” economy, is well-positioned to excel in, and indeed has been capitalizing on, this innovation economy. While Philadelphia has received significant attention as an innovation center ...


Suburban Slum Redevelopment In Mumbai, India, Madhura Kharche 2020 Cornell University

Suburban Slum Redevelopment In Mumbai, India, Madhura Kharche

Cornell Real Estate Review

Slum redevelopment has recently emerged as a popular and successful model in Mumbai’s chaotic commercial real estate market. With slums occupying a significant portion of the city’s land, the government of Maharashtra’s Slum Rehabilitation Scheme presents a great opportunity for private developers. As the market experiences political cycles, policy makers update schemes to gain favor with voters, and slum redevelopers find it increasingly difficult to feasibly meet the stringent requirements of rehabilitated housing. This paper discusses the implications of such policy updates on Shivangan SRA CHS, an ongoing redevelopment in Mulund East, Mumbai.


The Rise Of Co-Living In New York City, Parth Patel 2020 Cornell University

The Rise Of Co-Living In New York City, Parth Patel

Cornell Real Estate Review

[Excerpt] Co-living has taken off in the last year as a brand-new phenomenon within the multifamily real estate sector. Not only is it a new asset type for the general public but it is also the new niche asset type receiving a considerable amount of attention from institutional investors. So, what exactly is co-living? Is it something completely new as it is often talked about in many conversations in the real estate industry or is it rather a simple, modified version of a real estate asset type that we have grown to know incredibly well?

In this article I will ...


Research Articles, 2020 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Research Articles

Cornell Real Estate Review

No abstract provided.


Hahne & Co. Case Study, Jennifer Spritzer, Lera Covington, Joe McFalls, Ryan Sequeira, John Thompson, Michael Tomlan, Dustin Jones 2020 Cornell University

Hahne & Co. Case Study, Jennifer Spritzer, Lera Covington, Joe Mcfalls, Ryan Sequeira, John Thompson, Michael Tomlan, Dustin Jones

Cornell Real Estate Review

We are pleased to present a ULI case study of the redevelopment of the historic Hahne & Co. building in Newark, New Jersey. This is the first in a series of case studies and briefs jointly created by ULI and Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate. The Baker Program is honored to collaborate with ULI and looks forward to contributing to the continued success of these case studies and briefs, which are important resources for professionals throughout the real estate industry. All ULI case studies and briefs can be found on ULI’s website at https://casestudies.uli.org/.


Hodes Weill Allocations Monitor Summary, 2020 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Hodes Weill Allocations Monitor Summary

Cornell Real Estate Review

[Excerpt] Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate and Hodes Weill & Associates are pleased to present the findings of the seventh annual Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor (the “2019 Allocations Monitor”). The 2019 Allocations Monitor focuses on the role of real estate in institutional portfolios, and the impact of institutional allocation trends on the investment management industry. Launched in 2013, the Allocations Monitor is a comprehensive annual assessment of institutions’ allocations to, and objectives in, real estate investments. This report analyzes trends in institutional portfolios and allocations by region, type and size of institution.

The 2019 Allocations Monitor includes ...


37th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference Recap, 2020 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

37th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference Recap

Cornell Real Estate Review

[Excerpt] The theme of the 37th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference was “20/20: Hindsight and Foresight” and featured panelists who discussed the unfolding challenges, disruptions, and opportunities in commercial real estate as 2020 approaches. Opening remarks by the Cornell Real Estate Council’s Chairman Paul Rubacha, Co-Founder and Principal of Ashley Capital, and Board Member Lynn Zuckerman Gray, Founder and CEO of Campus Scout, LLC, set the tone, after which Alan Riffkin, Managing Director at Lazard, introduced the first panel: “The CEO’s Check- In.” The panelists were Owen Thomas, CEO & Director of Boston Properties; Don Wood, President & CEO of Federal Realty Investment Trust; Ben Harris, CEO of Link ...


2019 Industry Leader Award: Jonathan Gray, President And Coo, Blackstone, Madhura Kharche 2020 Cornell University

2019 Industry Leader Award: Jonathan Gray, President And Coo, Blackstone, Madhura Kharche

Cornell Real Estate Review

[Excerpt] Since 2007, the editors of the Cornell Real Estate Review have annually recognized exceptional real estate professionals with the prestigious “Industry Leader Award.” Recipients of this award are individuals who have made significant contributions to the global real estate industry while serving their community. This year the award was presented to Jonathan Gray, President and Chief Operating Officer of Blackstone Group and Chairman of the Board of Hilton Worldwide.


Real Estate Industry, 2020 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Real Estate Industry

Cornell Real Estate Review

No abstract provided.


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