Oates Realty Company - Bowling Green, Kentucky (Sc 2776), 2013 Western Kentucky University
Oates Realty Company - Bowling Green, Kentucky (Sc 2776), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2776. Organizational meeting minutes, directors’ minutes, and by-laws of the Cooperative Sales Company, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes typescripts of stock certificates issued to the incorporators, Alva Williams, M. B. Williams, and L. E. Ringo.
Is What’S Bad For The Goose (Tenant), Bad For The Gander (Landlord)? A Retail Real Estate Perspective, 2013 School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University
Is What’S Bad For The Goose (Tenant), Bad For The Gander (Landlord)? A Retail Real Estate Perspective, Crocker H. Liu, Peng Liu
Articles and Chapters
We explore the economic dependence and financial market feedback effects among firms with economic linkages, notably landlord-tenant when shocks occur to the system. In particular, we examine 157 major tenant bankruptcy announcements of retail real estate firms over the 2000 to 2010 period. The contracting mechanism associated with retail leases provides several unique features such as percentage rents and co-tenancy clauses that are absent in other type of leases. We find that in a good economy, a tenant bankruptcy has a less negative or more positive effect on a landlord's stock return, which is consistent with the growth option ...
Mountain Monitor-1st Quarter 2013, 2013 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Mountain Monitor-1st Quarter 2013, Kenan Fikri, Mark Muro
Economic recovery gained strength across the major metro areas of the Mountain West in the first quarter of 2013. Multiple metro areas achieved long-awaited full employment recoveries in the first quarter and regional production surpassed pre-recession levels of output for the first time. The region’s strong housing rebound continued to be a boon. Additionally, a special supplement to the Monitor shows that the healthcare sector has been an outsized contributor to recovery throughout the region. Despite progress on multiple fronts, though, many Mountain metro areas remain scarred with high unemployment rates, severely depressed house prices, and daunting jobs deficits.
Understanding & Crafting Development Agreements In Massachusetts, 2013 University of Massachusetts Boston
Understanding & Crafting Development Agreements In Massachusetts, Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center For Public Management, University Of Massachusetts Boston
Edward J. Collins Center for Public Management Publications
The report first briefly explains the real estate development business from the developer’s perspective. It then identifies the components of a typical development agreement. Following this, it describes how agreements change and grow over time and offers an outline of the negotiation process. The appendices provide an overview of five development agreements and highlights interesting provisions that may be food for thought during negotiations on future development agreements. Two of these agreements are for gaming-related projects and three do not include gaming as a potential land use. Copies of the actual agreements can be accessed via links found within ...
Parallels Between The U.S. And Asian Property Markets, 2013 Singapore Management University
Parallels Between The U.S. And Asian Property Markets, Singapore Management University
U.S. home prices are on an upswing. What does this mean for the Asian property market?
Review Of Proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendments & Concept Plan For 129 Parker Street, Maynard, Ma, 2013 University of Massachusetts Boston
Review Of Proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendments & Concept Plan For 129 Parker Street, Maynard, Ma, Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center For Public Management, University Of Massachusetts Boston
Edward J. Collins Center for Public Management Publications
The Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management was hired by the Town of Maynard to analyze the proposed amendment to the Neighborhood Business Overlay District (NBOD) of the Maynard Zoning Bylaw and associated concept plan for the property located at 129 Parker Street in Maynard. The bylaw amendment and concept plan have been proposed by Capital Group Properties, LLC, the developer of the site. Specifically, the Center was tasked with preparing the following materials:
- Task 1 – Economic Development and Impact Study;
- Task 2 – Traffic Peer Review and Analysis; and,
- Task 3 – Recommendations on proposed bylaw amendment, concept plan ...
Penchant For Property Drives Buoyant Market, 2013 Singapore Management University
Penchant For Property Drives Buoyant Market, Singapore Management University
The catch phrase “location, location, location” is often cited by the real estate industry as crucial to closing a deal. In the case of land-scarce Singapore, its citizens’ penchant for property is giving Mr Patrick Liew, CEO of real estate company HSR Property Group, much cause for optimism as he says he is “very excited” at the opportunities available in the robust property market.
Inlaid-Ivory Towers: Higher Education Joint-Use Facilities As Community Redevelopment Bulwarks, 2013 Phoenix School of Law
Inlaid-Ivory Towers: Higher Education Joint-Use Facilities As Community Redevelopment Bulwarks, Michael N. Widener
Community interest in occupation-based approaches to urban economic development remains strong in this country. This paper addresses how communities manage their way (adopting policies implicating land use and environmental sustainability principles by means of repurposing buildings while sharing additional community assets and “campus” leasing actions) to attract private sector higher education providers to establish its downtown as a node of intellectual stimulation, including cultural diversions. This paper identifies the goals of higher education institutions attracted to such an opportunity to expand their student bases in a time of heightened competition from proprietary institutions capitalizing on “career” orientations.
Etching the "ivory ...
To What Extent Does The European Debt Crisis Affect Both The European And The Global Economies, 2013 University of Kentucky
To What Extent Does The European Debt Crisis Affect Both The European And The Global Economies, Amy Yi Huang
Honors Program Senior Capstone Collection
The goal of my research is to analyze the relationship between the 2007-2009 United States financial crisis and the ongoing European Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Debt Crisis’ possible effects on the global economy and to examine the different approaches to reduce the devastating effects of the European Debt Crisis.
First, I am going to analyze the relationship between the bursting of the US Housing Bubble and the European Debt Crisis. According to Robert Kolb (2011), a Finance professor at the University of Chicago, the bursting of the US Housing Bubble in 2007 that resulted in the 2007-2009 economic recession ...
Ua3/9/3 Gary Ransdell Reading File, 2013 Western Kentucky University
Ua3/9/3 Gary Ransdell Reading File, Wku Archives, Virginia Brothers, Aaron Shuford
WKU Archives Collection Inventories
Reading file of outgoing correspondence regarding the administration of WKU, fund raising, thank yous and letters of condolence.
The Riai Standard Form Of Contract 2012 Edition: A Review, 2013 Dublin Institute of Technology
The Riai Standard Form Of Contract 2012 Edition: A Review, Tony Cunningham
The RIAI ‘yellow’ and ‘blue’ Forms of Contracts have been recently amended and published as the 2012 edition. The yellow form where quantities form part of the contract is identical to the 2011 edition and has been republished as the 2012 edition. The 2011 version superseded the 2002 version. This paper reviews and synopsises the provisions of the 2012 RIAI ‘yellow’ form of contract and identifies the principle changes to the 2002 edition.
Mega-Renters: Who Are They And How Do They Operate?, 2012 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Mega-Renters: Who Are They And How Do They Operate?, Stefan William Cosentino
UNLV Theses/Dissertations/Professional Papers/Capstones
This dissertation investigates individuals who have acquired an extraordinary number of vacation ownership (timeshare) points or weeks and utilize their ownership for the purposes of generating income by renting their room reservations to the third parties. Individuals who operate in this context have been referred to as mega-renters on blogs such as the Timeshare Users Group website (Tug2.net), commonly referred to as Tug, which is an online forum where owners of timeshare share information about their ownership.
The timeshare or vacation ownership product is a leisure product that provides consumers luxury accommodations and or vacation experiences. Academic opinion based ...
Changing Marketing Strategies In The Canadian Housebuilding Industry: From Mass Production And Mass Markets Towards Niche Markets And Consumer Segmentation, C. 1945 – 2000, Aman P. Gill
Open Access Dissertations and Theses
Marketing means much more than mere advertising: trying to sell what manufacturers have decided to produce. It means the honing of product lines to suit ever-shifting consumer tastes. Studying the relationship between production and consumption is central to understanding modern consumer society. Housing is one of the most important consumer products most people will ever buy. Houses not only provide shelter but also are central to their occupants’ identity. At the same time, housing production and consumption are vitally important to the health of the economy. Yet, despite the importance of housing, marketing practices in the speculative homebuilding industry have ...
The Spatiality Of Housing Price Risk And Return In The Greater Toronto Area, 2012 Western University
The Spatiality Of Housing Price Risk And Return In The Greater Toronto Area, Andrew Spencer Macphail Barnes
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
Financial investment theory has concentrated on risk exposure and returns for decades. Many studies apply financial theory to the real estate market, and some of these studies control for its spatial structure. There is a deficiency, however, in studies that examine the spatial relationship of risk at varying spatial scales and even fewer that do so in a Canadian context. The current study addresses these deficiencies by examining housing returns in the Greater Toronto Area at varying spatial scales with rigours spatial regression techniques. Spatially Autoregressive Lag, Error, and Durbin models are estimated at the Toronto Real Estate Board and ...
Analyzing Southern California Residential Real Estate Prices: A Spatio-Temporal Approach, 2012 University of Redlands
Analyzing Southern California Residential Real Estate Prices: A Spatio-Temporal Approach, Pil Kwon
MS GIS Program Major Individual Projects
This project focused on examining housing price changes from 2000 to 2009 in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties in Southern California. In particular, the project sought to detect the spatio-temporal autocorrelation of residential pricing across different counties, cities, and neighborhoods over the 10-year period. A set of GIS tools was implemented to clean and prepare the raw data for multivariate Moran and Local Indicators of Spatial Association analysis. The findings from the analysis will enhance readers’ understanding of the real estate market in the study area and help better predict the spatio-temporal patterns of housing price changes ...
Feasibility And Economic Viability Of Establishing A Wine Grape Vineyard In Moraga, Ca, 2012 California Polytechnic State University
Feasibility And Economic Viability Of Establishing A Wine Grape Vineyard In Moraga, Ca, Vincent Joseph Bruzzone
No abstract provided.
Modelling Housing Prices And Credit Activity, 2012 Singapore Management University
Modelling Housing Prices And Credit Activity, Knowledge@Smu
Together, the housing and banking sectors of any capitalist nation can play an important hand in determining its overall economic health. This is clear from studies of booms and busts in the United States over this past decade and in Japan about three decades ago. A new econometric model now attempts to make sense of large changes in housing prices with corresponding changes in credit volume. The model was presented at a research seminar organised by SMU's School of Economics.
Bronzeville Redevelopment And Foreclosure: What Impact Has Condominium Conversion Had On The Bronzeville Neighborhood?, 2012 Olivet Nazarene University
Bronzeville Redevelopment And Foreclosure: What Impact Has Condominium Conversion Had On The Bronzeville Neighborhood?, Eugenia M. Orr
This study investigated the foreclosure crisis of 2007 and the subsequent decline in property values in the Bronzeville neighborhood where condominium conversion and construction was prevalent as a means to implement gentrification or urban renewal. This study sought to explain whether high rates of condominium ownership constituted a gentrifying neighborhood, in the face of high rates of foreclosure. Secondarily, did high foreclosure rates, decreased property values and vacancy create a neighborhood requiring re-gentrification coupled with a cap of the number of condominiums constructed and converted in the Bronzeville neighborhood.
Market Value In The Lower 9th Ward: Evaluating Reinvestment For The New Orleans Re-Development Authority, 2012 University of New Orleans
Market Value In The Lower 9th Ward: Evaluating Reinvestment For The New Orleans Re-Development Authority, Michelle M. Thompson, Patrick Coyle, Kristine Dickson, John Green, Rosa Herrin, M. Johanna Leibe, Michael Lostocco, Adarian Pike, Manyuan Reffell, Tyren Snyder, Sofie Strasser, Jill Zimmerman
Planning and Urban Studies Reports and Presentations
No abstract provided.
Can The Next Housing – And Financial Crisis Be Averted?, 2012 Singapore Management University
Can The Next Housing – And Financial Crisis Be Averted?, Knowledge@Smu
The costs of the subprime crisis are still being tabulated. Taxpayers of many countries are still being penalised unfairly as their governments stagger under the burden of bailing out banks poisoned by the burst of the real estate market. Regulators, including the US Fed, need to play a more active role in shaping and implementing policies that will include those meant for the real estate market. According to Wharton professor Susan Wachter, the tools needed for such effective policing are still in development. Nevertheless, the process of learning to avert the next such crisis is already underway.