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  • Retail Site Selection: A New, Innovative Model for Retail Development 

    Ladle, Joshua K.; Stiller, Duane; Stiller, David (2009-05-01)
    This paper provides insight into the site-selection process for retail real estate decisions. After briefly exploring current methods of retail site selection, this paper will present a new method for site selection: the ...
  • 2008 Cornell Real Estate Conference Highlights 

    Unknown author (2009-05-01)
    The 26th annual conference was held on September 26-27, 2008 in Ithaca, New York featuring key note speaker Stephen J. Furnary, Chairman & CEO of ING Clarion.
  • 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 ...
  • Seven World Trade Center: An Unlikely Success 

    Norwood, John (2009-05-01)
    On October 21, 2004, developer Larry Silverstein joined Governor George Pataki and Mayor Michael Bloomberg in signing the final steel beam for 7 World Trade Center before 500 of the project’s construction workers. The beam, ...
  • Golden Hills Residential Development 

    Kollmann, Lars; Olsen, C. Bradley (2009-05-01)
    The Golden Hills Case Study is focused around the financial analysis and evaluation of two undeveloped tracts within a master-planned community in the Los Angeles region. The owner of the two parcels, Reality Development, ...
  • Miscellaneous Backmatter 

    Unknown author (2009-05-01)
  • Galisteo Basin Preserve 

    Grooms, Tyler (2009-07-01)
    [Excerpt] Conservation easements can act as a catalyst for new development by increasing land values, improving public access to recreational spaces, and provide land owners with tax savings, among other benefits. Furthermore, ...
  • Valuation Using Hedonic Pricing Models 

    Monson, Matt (2009-07-01)
    Buildings can be compared to a bundle of goods sold in a market, where each of the building characteristics combined equate to the expected overall transaction value. By collecting data on many different buildings a ...
  • 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 ...
  • Front Cover 

    Unknown author (2009-05-01)

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