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  • Front Cover 

    Unknown author (2011-07-01)
  • Bay Point II: Residential Development 

    Hagedorn, Randy W. (2011-07-01)
    The Sun Arrow Apartments Case Study focuses on the evaluation of an investment opportunity for a 275-unit apartment complex in the El Paso, Texas market. After taking Sun Arrow out of bankruptcy, Frank Markowitz of Fannie ...
  • Miscellaneous Backmatter 

    Unknown author (2011-07-01)
  • How Dismantling Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Will Affect the Future of the Multifamily Market 

    Shlom, David; Benioff, Andrew (2011-07-01)
    On February 11, 2011 the US Treasury published a white paper announcing the future dismantling of the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.1 This white paper, “Reforming America’s Housing ...
  • Miscellaneous Frontmatter 

    Unknown author (2011-07-01)
  • More Affordable Housing, But Where, and for Whom? A New Jersey Study revealing the Low Income Housing Tax Credit’s Impact, and the Ongoing Concentration of the Poor 

    Biglin, Brian N. (2011-07-01)
    Since its inception as part of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, the Tax Credit for Low-Income Rental Housing (Low Income Housing Tax Credit, “LIHTC”) has been the most significant government subsidy for the provision of affordable ...
  • Industry Leader Profile: Robert Duncan 

    Editorial Board, Cornell Real Estate Review; Duncan, Robert (2011-07-01)
    After earning BBA, MBA, and LLB degrees from the University of Texas at Austin, Mr. Duncan began his career with Trammell Crow in Dallas, Texas. He was responsible for commercial operations in San Antonio in 1978, when he ...
  • 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 ...
  • Foreword 

    Funk, David L. (2011-07-01)
    [Excerpt] Welcome to the 2011 edition of the Cornell Real Estate Review (CRER), a publication managed and edited by graduate students in the Cornell Program in Real Estate featuring the latest practical and applied research ...
  • Table of Contents 

    Editorial Board, Cornell Real Estate Review (2011-07-01)

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