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    • Letter from the Editors 

      Bandy, Ryan; Doran, Evan (2014-07-01)
      [Excerpt] We are honored to present the 12th Volume of the Cornell Real Estate Review (CRER), a student edited and managed publication with oversight from faculty in the Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University. ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Penmetsa, Padma; Lake, Darren Scott (2004-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers, Welcome to the latest issue of the Cornell Real Estate Journal. As real estate is a multidisciplinary profession, our goal for the Journal is to expose readers to articles examining a wide range of ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Henderson, Jason; Green, Matthew; Spencer, Jason (2016-06-01)
      [Excerpt] The Editorial Team is proud to release this 2016 14th Annual Volume of the Cornell Real Estate Review. This year’s issue explores a wide range of topics, including the deployment of new technologies in multifamily ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Lark, Michael; Trudel, Steven (2006-01-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers,Welcome to the 2006 edition of the Cornell Real Estate Journal. This year’s issue of the Journal continues the precedent set forth in previous editions, covering a wide range of topics including real ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Banerjee, Chandan; Katzen, Brook (2003-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers, Welcome to the latest issue of the Cornell Real Estate Journal! Our goal for the Journal is to produce a publication that is a mix of the “state-of-the-art” and the “state-of-the-practice.” We hope ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      MacLennan, Connor; Medina, Hugo A. (2012-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers,We are excited to present the 10th Volume of the Cornell Real Estate Review, the leading publication of Cornell’s Baker Program in Real Estate. In recent times, the real estate industry and capital ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Farrell, Matthew; Green, Matthew; Lathan, Robert; Willis, Harrison (2017-06-01)
      The Editorial Board of the Cornell Real Estate Review is pleased to present Volume 15 (2017). The Review strives to be a forum to advance discussions regarding topics in real estate and showcase the talents of students ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Mendell, Brett A.; Haine, Chris J. (2010-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers,We, the Co-Editors, are excited to present Volume 8 of the Cornell Real Estate REview, a publication of the Cornell Program in Real Estate. As this issue goes to press, much uncertainty remains ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      McFalls, Joe; Blum, Wilson (2020-06-29)
      On behalf of the entire Cornell Real Estate Review Editorial Board, we are pleased to present Volume 18 (2020) of the Cornell Real Estate Review. A student-run publication founded in 2002, the Review chronicles the ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Gualtieri, Dan; Martinez, Nicholas; Roach, Clayton (2015-06-01)
      [Excerpt] We are excited and honored to present the 13th Volume of the Cornell Real Estate Review, a student edited and managed publication with oversight from faculty in the Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University. ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Trahan, Christopher; Chagani, Ershad; Spritzer, Jennifer; McFalls, Joe; Blum, Wilson (2019-04-25)
      The Editorial Board of the Cornell Real Estate Review is pleased to present Volume 17 (2019). Under the direction of the Baker Program in Real Estate, the Review is a student run publication founded in 2002 as a forum for ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Weidel, Richard A. III; Solinsky, Douglas C. (2011-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers,We are excited to present Volume 9 of the Cornell Real Estate Review, the leading publication of Cornell’s Program in Real Estate. As this issue goes to press, much uncertainty remains regarding the ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Pitts, Jessica; Wilson, Rachel (2008-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers, Welcome to the sixth volume of the Cornell Real Estate Review, a publication of the Cornell University Program in Real Estate. This volume continues to reflect the nexus between theory and practice ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Coulson, Jessica; Legge, Matthew; Patch, Jason (2013-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers, We are excited to present the 11th Volume of the Cornell Real Estate Review (CRER), a student edited and managed publication with oversight from faculty in the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate. ...
    • Letter from the Editors 

      Wright, Daniel; Farrell, Matthew; Covington, Lera (2018-05-04)
      The Editorial Board of the Cornell Real Estate Review is pleased to present Volume 16 (2018). The Review is a student run publication under the direction of the Baker Program in Real Estate founded as a forum for faculty, ...
    • Lodging Market: Overcoming Constraints to Gain First Mover Advantage 

      Dickinson, Clay; Ferroni, Lauro (2012-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Brazil is among the world’s ten largest economies and is Latin America’s strongest economic force by a wide margin. The country’s long-term growth potential is generating considerable interest among property ...
    • Looking Beyond LEED: How the UN Sustainable Development Goals Can Provide an Alternative Framework for Sustainability in Hotels 

      Behnke, Grant (2018-05-04)
      The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification program of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) has been the path of many hotel industry professionals, particularly owners and real estate ...
    • Match Made in Heaven: Investment Benefits of Coworking Spaces in Historic Sacred Places 

      Wright, Daniel (2018-05-04)
      Coworking has experienced exponential growth and established a global identity in the short period of a single decade. While the terms “coworking” and “shared work space” existed prior to the market collapse in 2008, their ...
    • Megachurches: A Growing Community Anchor 

      Wright, Daniel (2017-06-01)
      Real estate value reflects a factor of risk. Community risk inherently is captured in real estate value and is a composition of such elements as employment, income, and population growth (Carr, et al., 2003). These elements ...
    • Miscellaneous Backmatter 

      Unknown author (2011-07-01)