Industry experts, thought leaders and students were among those who turned out recently for the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s second annual Capital Allocation Conference, which took place April 12 at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City.
More than 100 commercial real estate industry hopefuls gathered in Newark recently for the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s annual career seminar.
By Morris A. Davis Since the 1930s, the federal government has actively promoted homeownership as a policy goal. Despite good intentions, our public policy in place after 80-plus years of rules and regulations is not well thought out and poorly…
Leaders of the Rutgers Center for Real Estate aim to make it the top academic and research program of its kind, one that helps improve the industry and provides a link between the state’s top real estate firms and the next generation of professionals.
The co-chairs of an emerging leaders group at the Rutgers Center for Real Estate have joined the program’s executive committee.
The Center for Real Estate at Rutgers Business School has hired a veteran finance executive to help oversee its growth in the years ahead, the program announced Wednesday.
For all of the uncertainty over how many new affordable housing units that municipalities will be forced to allow — whether it’s 100,000 or 300,000 — there will be another key question to answer when the state Supreme Court makes that determination.
Can the market in New Jersey support that many new homes?
As the state Supreme Court weighs the issue of affordable housing, stakeholders will gather later this month to shed light on the issue and tackle one of New Jersey’s most divisive and seemingly unsolvable public policy questions of the past three decades.