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    • Call for Papers 

      Unknown author (2015-06-01)
    • Can Short-Term Rental Arrangements Increase Home Values? A Case for AirBNB and Other Home Sharing Arrangements 

      Jefferson-Jones, Jamila (2015-06-01)
      The sharing economy or “new economy”1 has redefined consumption in the housing context in a manner that impacts traditional notions regarding home values and neighborhood integrity. Housing sharing allows owners to share ...
    • Case Competition Highlights 

      Unknown author (2015-06-01)
    • Case Competition Highlights 

      Unknown author (2014-06-01)
      Graduate real estate education has embraced the concept of Case Competitions as a way to apply education-based learning to real world project simulation. In this issue of the Review, an inaugural recognition and composite ...
    • Case Competitions 

      Unknown author (2020-06-29)
    • Case Competitions 

      Unknown author (2019-04-25)
      [Excerpt] Cornell University continued its strong showing this past year in several case competitions across the country winning 1st place in the Argus University Challenge, 3rd place at the University of Miami Impact ...
    • Case Competitions 

      Unknown author (2018-05-04)
      Cornell graduate real estate students continued their success in national real estate case competitions over the past year, including a second-place finish in the 2017 Impact Investing in Commercial Real Estate Competition ...
    • Case Study: Blue Heaven Science and Technology Campus 

      Olsen, C. Bradley; Kim, Byung Gweon; Kwon, Chul Hwan; Lin, Chun-ju (Vivian); So, Philip Hei Tung (2003-06-01)
      [Excerpt] A regional light rail authority (“Authority”) in a large metropolitan area is involved in major extension of its services and is facing a funding shortage. The Authority has elected to raise additional funds from ...
    • Changing World of the Commercial Real Estate Job Search Space 

      Godiwala, Sameer (2015-06-01)
      Successfully leveraging social media is now an essential part of any commercial real estate job seeker’s strategy. A recent study conducted by Reppler1, a social media consultancy, found that 91% of employers are now using ...
    • CMBS Fusion Transactions: A Tradeoff between Credit Quality and Diversity 

      Woo, Baffelly; Mudrick, Jeff; Barve, Neil; Lee, Michael W. (2004-07-01)
      In recent years, fusion transactions have become the dominant structure in CMBS. Simultaneously, credit support has also come down materially. We find that part of the decrease can be attributed to the benefits of experience ...
    • CMBS: An Introduction 

      Weis, Alex; Njoku, John (2009-05-01)
      Commercial backed securities (CMBS) were conceived during the last major real estate downturn- the Savings & Loan Crisis of the early 1990s- as an answer to a lack of liquidity which plagued real estate. Deemed viable ...
    • Collaborate or Compete: How Do Landlords Respond to the Rise in Coworking? 

      Green, Rebecca (2014-07-01)
      Changes in technology, attitudes toward work, and the new ‘shared economy’ have created an environment in which people have more options for how, when and where to work. Working from home, telecommuting, hoteling, and ...
    • Commercial Leasing in China: An Overview 

      Stein, Gregory M. (2010-07-01)
      China’s real estate market—including its commercial leasing sector—has grown at a remarkable rate since the late 1980s, notwithstanding the fact that China did not adopt its first modern property law until 2007. Most of ...
    • Commercial Real Estate in the Digital Economy 

      Krumhansl, Robert (Bim); Zikakis, Alex (2012-07-01)
      Distance is dead. On September 7, 2001 Professor Jacques Marescaux, M.D. of the European Institute of Telesurgery and Dr. Michel Gagner performed the first transatlantic telesurgery from a downtown New York office building ...
    • Compensation Structure of Buyer Brokers and Residential Real Estate Transactions 

      Liu, Peng; Weidel, Richard III (2009-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Traditionally, commission rates were set by local boards of realtors. However, shortly after the inception of the Multiple Listing Service (“MLS”), the Federal Trade Commission began requiring brokers to disclose ...
    • Conservation Development and Smart Growth: A Development Technique for Open Space Protection 

      LeClear, Ed (2002-07-01)
      [Excerpt] In communities across the United States the pressures of population and economic growth, and the market interactions between the two, are spurring unprecedented residential, industrial and commercial development. ...
    • Constitutional Constraints on Using Eminent Domain to Write-Down Underwater Mortgages 

      Shelton, Jacob R. (2015-06-01)
      Beginning in 2007, the U.S. economy was hit with a series of damaging financial blows, the negative repercussions of which still affect Americans today. In years prior thereto, various economic and political factors worked ...
    • Convene: Pioneers in a Corporate Real Estate Revolution: Convene Takes Manhattan 

      Rigaud, Pierre; Legge, Matthew; Fleming, Susan (2013-07-01)
      This case focuses on two young entrepreneurs who have created a company with an innovative business model that caters to an underserved segment of the local meetings industry. They have managed to establish a successful ...
    • Cornell Real Estate Women (CREW) 

      Editors, The (2017-06-01)
      The Baker Program in Real Estate is proud to announce the formation of Cornell Real Estate Women (CREW) during the 2016-2017 academic year. CREW is Cornell University’s primary graduate and professional student organization ...
    • Cornell Real Estate Women Spotlight: Tammy K. Jones 

      Unknown author (2018-04-27)
      Tammy K. Jones has more than 24 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry investing and lending on behalf of pension funds, institutional investors, and family offices. Since 2009, Ms. Jones has served as ...