May 2019 Hoyt Fellows Mtg. Presentations!

“Variances in US Land Regulation and Impacts on Housing Supply and Affordability:  Results from a National Survey”
– Ms. Paige Mueller (Eigen10 Advisors LLC) and Dr. Norm Miller (University of San Diego)

“Does CLO Rhyme with CDO?  How an Overleveraged Corporate America Might Hit a Rough Patch, and What Happens to Real Estate as a Result.”
– Mr. Hans Nordby

“Risk Adjusted Performance Attribution:  It’s Time to Start Paying Attention Again”
– Dr. Jeffrey Fisher (Homer Hoyt Institute)

 

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January 2020 Weimer School Session!

The January 2020 Weimer School Session will be held Thursday, January 16th (6:30 pm reception at the Hilton Singer Island) and Friday, January 17th through Sunday January 19th for the session.

 

 

Presentations from May 2019 WS Session

 

“The Long Run Effects of De Jure Discrimination in the Credit Market:  How Redlining Increased Crime” –  Mr. John Anders, Ph.D. Candidate (Texas A&M University)

“The Odd One(s) Out:  Asset Uniqueness and Price Precision”
– Dr. Thies Lindenthal (University of Cambridge)

Innovations for Rapid Evaluation of Development Feasibility for Multi-Family Housing”  Also featured slides from:  A Comparison of Statistical and Machine Learning Algorithms for Predicting Rents in the San Francisco Bay Area
– Dr. Paul Waddell (University of California, Berkeley)

“Integration of Funding and Market Liquidity in Real Estate:  International Evidence” – Dr. Dorinth van Dijk (De Nederlandsche Bank, N.V.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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May 2019 WS Session Agenda

May 2019 WS Draft Agenda

The May 2019 Weimer School session will be held on Friday, May 17th and Saturday, May 18th.

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