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  • A Critical Assessment of the Traditional Residential Real Estate Broker Commission Rate Structure (Unabridged) 

    Nadel, Mark S. (2007-05-01)
    While real estate brokers have long set their fee as a straight percentage of a home’s sale price, this formula is an anomaly and a primary reason why such fees may be inflated by more than $30 billion annually. Although ...
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    Unknown author (2007-05-01)
  • 2007 ULI Hines Student Urban Design Competition. 

    Chua, Ronald; Day, Stacy; MacLeod, Matthew; Nelson, Andrea; Stecyk, Laryssa (2007-05-01)
    Cornell fielded five entries in 2007 Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition, which takes place each year over 10 days in January, just as students are returning from winter break. Now in its ...
  • Workforce Housing in New York City: A Case Study of Urban American, LLC 

    Wilson, Rachel (2007-07-01)
    The challenging task of providing high-quality workforce housing is further complicated in a rent-stabilized housing market such as New York City. Socially conscious, fiscally responsible landlords must conduct major capital ...
  • Existing Buildings: It’s Easier Than You Think to Green the Triple Bottom Line 

    Pitts, Jessica; Lord, Mychele R. (2007-07-01)
    This paper addresses the application of green practices in existing buildings from a triple bottom line perspective. It describes the most widely used benchmark for assessing green practices, the U.S. Green Building Council’s ...
  • Private Equity Goes Retail 

    Kennedy, Richard; Baker, Richard (2007-07-01)
    [Excerpt] The past few years have brought record-setting merger and acquisition activity in just about every industry across the board. Private equity firms, known for their pioneering efforts in creating exceptional ...
  • The Future of Limited Equity Cooperatives 

    Perkins, Kristin (2007-01-01)
    Limited Equity Cooperatives (LECs) are a form of cooperative housing that is price restricted, often created initially through government construction or mortgage interest subsidies. Affordability is maintained in perpetuity ...
  • More Miscellaneous Frontmatter 

    Unknown author (2007-05-01)
    Advisory Board; Student Collaboration Initiative; The ING CLARION Most Outstanding Article Award Cornell Real Estate Review; AREC; Cornell Real Estate Council
  • The Tectonic Forces of Global Real Estate 

    Lynn, David J. (2007-07-01)
    [Excerpt] There are major shifts underway in the fundamental structure, or the underlying tectonic plates, of the global commercial real estate industry. These massive plate movements are creating an entirely new landscape ...
  • Miscellaneous Frontmatter 

    Editorial Board, Cornell Real Estate Review (2007-07-01)

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