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Zg Property.Jpg, Rumah Depok 2018 Selected Works

Zg Property.Jpg, Rumah Depok

Rumah Depok

Kini telah banyak para agen properti di depok baik personal maupun perusahaan.Tetapi belom tentu anda mendapatkan agen terpercaya di depok. Rumah Depok ZG Property adalah pilihan terbaik untuk wilayah depok dan citayam.


Center For Real Estate Quarterly, Volume 12, Number 1, Portland State University. Center for Real Estate 2018 Portland State University

Center For Real Estate Quarterly, Volume 12, Number 1, Portland State University. Center For Real Estate

Center for Real Estate Quarterly

Table of Contents:
-- State of the Economy by Spencer Weills
-- Affordable Housing and Inclusionary Zoning in Portland by Deniz Arac
-- Residential Market Analysis by Jennifer Volbeda
-- Multifamily Market Analysis by Sydney Bowman
-- Office Market Analysis by Riley Henderson
-- Industrial Market Analysis by Spender Weills
-- Retail Market Analysis by Riley Henderson


Economic Fundamentals, Capital Expenditures Asset Dispositions, Brent Ambrose, Eva Steiner 2018 Pennsylvania State University

Economic Fundamentals, Capital Expenditures Asset Dispositions, Brent Ambrose, Eva Steiner

Eva Steiner

Research on the disposition effect in real assets to date ignores the active management component of these investments. Active management notably includes decisions about follow-up investment in the form of capital expenditures, as well as dispositions. Using a real option framework, we develop testable hypotheses and provide empirical evidence for the relationships between economic fundamentals, capital expenditures, property values, and the subsequent likelihood of sale. Our results shed new light on the evidence for the disposition effect.


Mapletree Real Estate Programme Established At Smu Through S$3 Million Endowed Gift; Smu To Offer Specialisation In Real Estate Investment And Finance From August 2018, Singapore Management University 2018 Singapore Management University

Mapletree Real Estate Programme Established At Smu Through S$3 Million Endowed Gift; Smu To Offer Specialisation In Real Estate Investment And Finance From August 2018, Singapore Management University

SMU Press Releases

Mapletree Investments (“Mapletree”) and Singapore Management University (“SMU”) are pleased to jointly announce the launch of a multi-faceted Mapletree Real Estate Programme (“Programme”). The Programme, which is a first of its kind, aims to equip students with the necessary knowledge and cross-disciplinary skills to navigate the growing real estate sector in Singapore and globally.

The Mapletree Real Estate Programme has been made possible by a generous endowed gift of S$3 million from Mapletree to SMU. With a 1:1 government matching, the total sum of S$6 million will go towards the establishment of the Mapletree Professorship in Real ...


Fourth Quarter 2017: Smaller Hotels Finish Strong; Larger Hotels Lag, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White 2018 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Fourth Quarter 2017: Smaller Hotels Finish Strong; Larger Hotels Lag, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White

Cornell Real Estate Market Indices

Hotel performance is still in the black based on economic value analysis (EVA), although returns still exceed borrowing costs (for debt). The narrowing of the spread between the cap rate and cost of debt suggests that deals may be getting harder to pencil. Transaction volume declined this quarter relative to the previous quarter, although volume remained stable on a year-over-year basis. Our various pricing metrics point to continued positive price momentum for smaller hotels, with larger hotels still losing ground. From a reading of our tea leaves, we expect a continuing positive momentum, although prices will increase at a decreasing ...


The Mall Ain’T Dead Yet! An Aristotelian Argument For The Continuation Of Physical Retail Space With The Rise Of Modern Technology, Tarah Gilbreth 2018 Claremont McKenna College

The Mall Ain’T Dead Yet! An Aristotelian Argument For The Continuation Of Physical Retail Space With The Rise Of Modern Technology, Tarah Gilbreth

CMC Senior Theses

According to Aristotle, for a human being to live their best life, that is a life that flourishes, is to live a political life. A political life is lived best in a polis , or a self - sufficient community, so therefore, the most flourishing human life is one lived in a polis . Also, for a polis to be self - sufficient, its citizens must be flourishing, so there exists a special sort of constitutive relationship between the polis and its citizens. There are certain capacities available to human beings in the polis that promote their flourishing (namely loyalty and trust) that help ...


Saving Behaviour In The Australian Dream: Its Relationship With Aspiration And Motivation, Financial Literacy, And Materialism, Ming d’Iapico-Bien 2018 Edith Cowan University

Saving Behaviour In The Australian Dream: Its Relationship With Aspiration And Motivation, Financial Literacy, And Materialism, Ming D’Iapico-Bien

Theses : Honours

In Australia, most people aspire to achieve the “Australian dream” of owning their homes. Australian house prices have risen dramatically in comparison to people’s incomes, but despite this, many Australians still strive to enter the property market. The aim of this correlational study was to investigate the relationships between saving behaviour (with the ultimate goal of spending accumulated savings on a house deposit) and various psychological variables over and above sex, age, education, employment status, and income. The investigated predictor variables were motivation, extrinsic aspiration, financial literacy, and materialism. Previous research grounded in self-determination theory (SDT) has shown that ...


Center For Real Estate Quarterly, Volume 11, Number 4, Portland State University. Center for Real Estate 2017 Portland State University

Center For Real Estate Quarterly, Volume 11, Number 4, Portland State University. Center For Real Estate

Center for Real Estate Quarterly

Table of Contents:
-- Hospitality Market by Sondra Storm
-- Portland Housing Market and 2018 UGB by Gerard Mildner
-- State of the Economy by Andrew Crampton
-- Housing Market Analysis by Jon Legarza
-- Office Market Analysis by Riley Henderson
-- Industrial Market Analysis by Andrew Crampton
-- Retail Market Analysis by Riley Henderson


Housing Diversity In Children’S Literature, Carla Earhart 2017 Ball State University

Housing Diversity In Children’S Literature, Carla Earhart

Charleston Library Conference

Previous studies have examined diversity in children’s literature: Gender diversity, racial diversity, religious diversity, and diversity in family composition. This project examines an often overlooked diversity issue in children’s literature: Housing diversity. In the stories they read and the accompanying images, children need to see a variety of housing environments and need to see the settings and the people portrayed in a positive manner.

Renting an apartment is an increasingly popular housing option for many families. However, many children’s books glamorize living in a traditional house. Using a rubric designed by the course instructor, students in a ...


Improving Engagement Of Construction Industry Firms In Apprenticeship Training In A Post-Recession Economy, Eoghan Ó Murchadha, Roisin Murphy 2017 Dublin Institute of Technology

Improving Engagement Of Construction Industry Firms In Apprenticeship Training In A Post-Recession Economy, Eoghan Ó Murchadha, Roisin Murphy

Conference papers

The Irish economy is currently experiencing a recovery phase following a ‘lost decade’ of growth due to the severe economic downturn of 2007. While the construction industry in Ireland is recording increased output, and improving rates of employment, in the vital economic and labour market sector of apprenticeship there is a significant lack of engagement. Without employer buy-in to apprenticeship training, there exists potential future skills gaps and lack of efficacy of the construction industry. This increasingly likely possibility is disquieting, not just for the possible impact upon the future of apprenticeship but also for the Irish economy as a ...


Third Quarter 2017: Bigger Is Not Better: Smaller Hotels Outperform Larger Hotels, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White Jr. 2017 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Third Quarter 2017: Bigger Is Not Better: Smaller Hotels Outperform Larger Hotels, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White Jr.

Cornell Real Estate Market Indices

Our moving average trend lines, supported by our standardized unexpected price (SUP) performance metrics, indicate a positive price momentum for smaller hotels with a decline for larger hotels. The return on invested capital for hotels exceeded total borrowing cost this quarter, resulting in a positive economic value added. This was partly attributable to a slight decline in the cost of debt financing, with no change in the cost of equity financing during the current quarter. The total risk of hotel REITs relative to the total risk of equity REITs as a whole has declined during the recent period. If this ...


Hotval Toolkit, Crocker H. Liu 2017 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Hotval Toolkit, Crocker H. Liu

Center for Real Estate and Finance Tools

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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 ...


Economic Fundamentals, Capital Expenditures And Asset Dispositions, Brent Ambrose, Eva Steiner 2017 Pennsylvania State University

Economic Fundamentals, Capital Expenditures And Asset Dispositions, Brent Ambrose, Eva Steiner

Working Papers

Research on the disposition effect in real assets to date ignores the active management component of these investments. Active management notably includes decisions about follow-up investment in the form of capital expenditures, as well as dispositions. Using a real option framework, we develop testable hypotheses and provide empirical evidence for the relationships between economic fundamentals, capital expenditures, property values, and the subsequent likelihood of sale. Our results shed new light on the evidence for the disposition effect.


Virginia Homeowners Handbook: Helping Homeowners Prepare For Hurricanes And Other Natural Hazards, Jon Cawley 2017 Old Dominion University

Virginia Homeowners Handbook: Helping Homeowners Prepare For Hurricanes And Other Natural Hazards, Jon Cawley

News Items

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Decision Modeling For Housing And Community Development: A Methodology For Evidence-Based Urban And Regional Planning, Michael P. Johnson Jr. 2017 University of Massachusetts - Boston

Decision Modeling For Housing And Community Development: A Methodology For Evidence-Based Urban And Regional Planning, Michael P. Johnson Jr.

Michael P. Johnson

Urban community development corporations and other local institutions routinely face challenging problems in housing and economic development that require substantial expertise in data analytics and decision modeling. Recent research, inspired by local responses to the housing foreclosure crisis, and developed in cooperation with Boston-area CDCs, has resulted in a collection of applications that can assist CDCs and similar organizations to design local interventions for acquisition and redevelopment of housing. This paper describes these applications. The first of these is values and objective design, i.e. the process of identifying decision opportunities. The second of these is data analytics, or the ...


Fundamental Drivers Of Dependence In Reit Returns, Jamie Alcock, Eva Steiner 2017 University of Sydney

Fundamental Drivers Of Dependence In Reit Returns, Jamie Alcock, Eva Steiner

Eva Steiner

We analyse the empirical relationships between firm fundamentals and the dependence structure between individual REIT and stock market returns. In contrast to previous studies, we distinguish between the average systematic risk of REITs and their asymmetric risk in the sense of a disproportionate likelihood of joint negative return clusters between REITs and the stock market. We find that REITs with low systematic risk are typically small, with low short-term momentum, low turnover, high growth opportunities and strong long-term momentum. Holding systematic risk constant, the main driving forces of asymmetric risk are leverage and, to some extent, short-term momentum. Specifically, we ...


Unexpected Inflation, Capital Structure And Real Risk-Adjusted Firm Performance, Jamie Alcock, Eva Steiner 2017 University of Sydney

Unexpected Inflation, Capital Structure And Real Risk-Adjusted Firm Performance, Jamie Alcock, Eva Steiner

Eva Steiner

Managers can improve real risk-adjusted firm performance by matching nominal assets with nominal liabilities, thereby reducing the sensitivity of real risk-adjusted returns to unexpected inflation. The Net Asset Value (NAV) of US equity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) serves as a good proxy for nominal assets and accordingly we use a sample of US REITs to test our hypothesis. We find that for the firms in our sample: (i) their real, risk-adjusted performance, and (ii) their inflation hedging qualities are inversely related to deviations from this “matching-nominals" argument. In addition to providing managers with a vehicle to maximise real, risk-adjusted ...


Second Quarter 2017: Positive Momentum Continues: A New Price High Reached, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White Jr. 2017 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

Second Quarter 2017: Positive Momentum Continues: A New Price High Reached, Crocker H. Liu, Adam D. Nowak, Robert M. White Jr.

Cornell Real Estate Market Indices

Our moving average trendlines, supported by our Standardized Unexpected Price (SUP) performance metrics, indicate not only positive price momentum but also that a statistically significant new high has been reached this quarter.

Forward looking indicators suggest that this momentum should continue into the next quarter. Further good news is that lenders are not demanding higher compensation for risk associated with hotel loans relative to other commercial real estate loans. However, the total risk of hotel REITs relative to the total risk of equity REITs as a whole continues to rise. This means that lenders will eventually start to tighten hotel ...


A Cross-Sectional Exploration Of Household Financial Reactions And Homebuyer Awareness Of Registered Sex Offenders In A Rural, Suburban, And Urban County., John Charles Navarro 2017 University of Louisville

A Cross-Sectional Exploration Of Household Financial Reactions And Homebuyer Awareness Of Registered Sex Offenders In A Rural, Suburban, And Urban County., John Charles Navarro

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

As stigmatized persons, registered sex offenders betoken instability in communities. Depressed home sale values are associated with the presence of registered sex offenders even though the public is largely unaware of the presence of registered sex offenders. Using a spatial multilevel approach, the current study examines the role registered sex offenders influence sale values of homes sold in 2015 for three U.S. counties (rural, suburban, and urban) located in Illinois and Kentucky within the social disorganization framework. Homebuyers were surveyed to examine whether awareness of local registered sex offenders and the homebuyer’s community type operate as moderators between ...


The Portland Innovation Center, Naiop Workshop Project, Rully Adisuryo, Melissa Beh, Yan Zhang, Jamison Loos, Ben Summers, Andrew Crampton, Conner Dowling 2017 Portland State University

The Portland Innovation Center, Naiop Workshop Project, Rully Adisuryo, Melissa Beh, Yan Zhang, Jamison Loos, Ben Summers, Andrew Crampton, Conner Dowling

Real Estate Development Workshop Projects

The following report is our development program for the 2.17 – acre site in the Central Eastside Industrial District currently owned by Prosper Portland. Our proposal consists of three half blocks housing a CLT building and dual-block office hub named Portland Innovation Center. We believe this unique site can be molded into a next-generation “factory” becoming ground zero for creative collaboration and product development on the Eastside while producing solution-oriented ideas and citywide connections.


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