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  • Wang, Philip Gin Shun; Qian, Jia (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009)
    The mission of our thesis is to assist residential real estate investors and developers in making more systematic investment decisions when selecting Chinese cities. In particular, our thesis has three major objectives, ...
  • Batra, Shaurya (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    New York City, arguably the world's financial capital and the world's biggest real estate market, and home to some of the finest medical and academic research centers houses a little over a million square feet of life ...
  • Shore, Zachary, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    Taking an analytical approach, this thesis will address how the unmet housing need of urban single-person households can be rectified by the introduction of micro-apartments. The existing housing stock has been built largely ...
  • Xu, Meng, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    This paper examines the spatial structures of commercial real estate buildings (Offices, Retails) in four Chinese cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou. In contrast to previous studies, this paper focused on ...
  • Bulnes Valdes, Juan José (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    In the history of the Chilean real estate market, little has been done to study the price dynamic of real estate. Currently, the Chilean industry has two types of residential indices that do not effectively present the ...
  • Wang, Qing, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Since 2013, investors from the People's Republic of China (PRC) have made significant strides in the global real estate market, especially in developed regions such as North America, Australia, and Western Europe. From ...
  • Zhai, Chuan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Followed by huge amounts of small real estate investments from wealthy Chinese individuals, large institutional investors, like well-known insurance companies and developers, also started to step into the U.S. real estate ...
  • Ni, Mengjing (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    With the strong drive of seeking stable returns and hedging against a slowing economy, Chinese investors have extended their investment aggressively around the world to diversify their holdings. In 2016, according to JLL's ...
  • Chen, Shalin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    When it comes to financial innovations, Mortgage Backed Security (MBS) has the advantages of scattering risk, increasing liquidity, and lowering the financing costs. However, there are a few obstacles to developing a mature ...
  • Gao, Ya, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016)
    Chinese outbound investments have expanded rapidly in recent years and drawn wide attention in the U.S. real estate market. Unlike previous waves of Chinese investment in the past two decades, this batch of capital inflow ...
  • Fu, Pingchuan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    China's real estate market has recently experienced a down turn after decades of exponential growth. High returns on new developments used to attract large capital inflow to the real estate market. Yet as the real estate ...
  • Brown, Sara E (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    This thesis considers two interrelated sources of blight in cities: so-called "problem properties" (PP), or properties in poor physical condition where owners have stopped performing basic maintenance, and tax-delinquent ...
  • Fusaro, Kurtis C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009)
    With 1 billion people living in the slums of cities today and no signs of a decrease in the rate of urbanization and population growth, it is obvious that new approaches to combating poverty and the global housing crisis ...
  • Owusu-Opoku, Peter K (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    How do the various categories of operating expenses for institutional grade office buildings vary with changes in rental income and occupancy? The general consensus held is that, following the linear relationship that ...
  • Khomassi, Nason; Shah, Swapn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    The main objective of this study is to understand and analyze the risk adjusted returns of office building and portfolios and determine whether institutional real estate investors are allocating capital efficiently. NCREIF ...
  • Gole, Kimberly (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    This thesis aims to compare five systems of econometric equations to describe the Toronto office market. It compares four structural systems differing in their demand equations and a non-structural system that does not ...
  • Getz Schoen, Yael (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011)
    The purpose of this thesis is to develop a new senior housing and service product for the aging population of the next decade. The thesis starts with an overview of the senior housing industry in its current condition in ...
  • Tan, Denise, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009)
    At the entity level, the design of sound corporate governance mechanisms is critical for REITs that are preparing to go public. At the industry level, issues of transparency and corporate governance are consequential to ...
  • Ono, Takanori (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012)
    This paper discusses possible optimal corporate portfolio composition for Japanese trading and investment firms from stakeholders' (specifically shareholders and employees) value maximization perspective. Based on the ...
  • Choy, Chee San Sandra (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Real estate owned by non-real estate firms represent a substantial portion on most corporate balance sheets, yet they are often being overlooked with a lack of investment strategy and treated as the necessary evil for ...
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