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    • Letter from the Editor 

      Spanelli, James (2009-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Dear Readers, I am humbly delighted to present Volume 7 of the Cornell Real Estate REview. The journal attempts to be a forum for practical theory relevant to the field of real estate explained through real world ...
    • Miscellaneous Frontmatter 

      Editorial Board, Cornell Real Estate Review (2009-07-01)
    • Using California’s Farmland Preservation Programs to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions 

      Robert, Wassmer W. (2009-07-01)
      California has long tried to preserve land devoted to agricultural production. Recently it became the leader in creating a statewide policy to reduce greenhouse gases. The State’s policy choices regarding farmland preservation ...
    • Industry Leader Profile: Andrew Florance, CEO and Founder of CoStar 

      Editorial Board, Cornell Real Estate Review; Florance, Andrew (2009-07-01)
      [Excerpt] CoStar Group, Inc. was the nation’s first independent commercial real estate information research organization, and since its inception in 1987, has taken an industry lacking efficiency of information and ...
    • Reviving the Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities Market: The Background and The Way Forward 

      Schilke, Charles (2009-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Present at the Creation and Destruction of CMBS The fateful first week of August 2007, I found myself a consulting attorney to the major Wall Street law firm that creates commercial mortgage-backed securities ...
    • Foreword 

      Funk, David L. (2009-07-01)
      [Excerpt] The seventh volume of the Cornell Real Estate Review (CRER) continues its tradition of providing faculty, real estate industry practitioners, and graduate students a conduit to share practice and applied research ...
    • Could Have, Would Have, Should Have: A Short History of the Housing Boom/Bust in the 2000s 

      Krueger, Gerd-Ulf; LePlastrier, Geoffrey (2009-07-01)
      [Excerpt] The history of the great housing boom and bust between 2003 and 2006 has not yet been written; this is a first attempt. It has been done here not to show that “mistakes were made” but to reconstruct the subjective ...
    • Table of Contents 

      Editorial Board, Cornell Real Estate Review (2009-07-01)