MacroeconomyThe short answer, yes. And with the loss of SALT deductions, property tax may cost the state even more Thursday, January 18 Property taxes in New Jersey seem at least 30% too large compared to nearby similar states. My back-of-the-envelope calculations suggest a difference of $1,800+ per year per home-owning household. With about 2 million of these households, local governments overspend by $3.6 billion dollars per year of property tax revenue.
Urban RevivalLow-income housing programs that work: Part II Thursday, January 11 Last week’s analysis of vouchers assumed that producers and consumers of subsidized housing are a small part of the market, and hence don’t affect overall housing prices or rents. What if that’s not true? What if the costs and/or benefits of subsidies, of whatever kind, spilled over into the broader housing market?
Urban RevivalLow-income housing programs that work: Part I Thursday, January 4 What are the most effective ways to attack low-income housing problems? We’ll examine many solutions in the months ahead in this blog, including but not limited to public housing, tax credits and deductions, interest subsidies, land use and development regulations, and today’s choice – direct cash subsidies (“vouchers”).
Urban RevivalHow DMR Architects took ‘design’ into multiple business areas Thursday, December 21 In a continuing series of interviews with members of the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s Advisory Board and Emerging Leaders Council, Kevin Riordan of the Center sat down with Lloyd Rosenberg AIA, President & CEO of DMR Architects, for insights and perspectives on his firm and business model.
Urban RevivalWhy redevelopment is the state’s best viable long-term growth vehicle Thursday, December 14 With desirable developable acreage alarmingly scarce, what’s left to feed New Jersey’s economic engine? Challenging redevelopment sites in our suburban downtowns and urban central business districts, along waterfronts, on brownfields, and around and above transit hubs.
- I believe you have my stapler… A journey through office space from Babylonian scribes to Milton Waddams to Apple’s ‘mothership’ 11/30/2017
- A new tax diet for blue states? Eliminating SALT deductions may make tax cuts less tasty for the coasts 11/16/2017
- Will the cut trickle down? Debating whether a tax cut on corporate profits will boost worker wages 11/09/2017
- Can bricks & mortar build communities? A conversation with Jacob Fisher, Regional VP at Pennrose 11/02/2017
- Bubble or surge… which was worse for housing? The tides of Northern New Jersey residential prices since the crash and Sandy 10/26/2017
- What’s the latest angle on housing prices? Market directions in key metropolitan areas tell a complex story 10/12/2017
- Long shadow on Puerto Rico’s future? The lasting mark Hurricane Maria’s devastation may leave on the island 10/05/2017
- Are lenders getting cautious? A conversation with Michael Klein, Managing Director at HFF 09/28/2017
- Will the coast ever be clear? Hurricanes, housing and climate change: Risks and responses 09/21/2017
- Will the economy go under too? Second to a humanitarian crisis, hurricanes are a balance-sheet shock 09/14/2017
- Housing market trends? Cue the statisticians. Growth, stagnation or decline: why it could break any way 09/07/2017
- Are consumers seeing something Wall Street Isn’t? What spending may be saying about stock market valuation 08/31/2017
- A superstorm of perceptions? The impact of Hurricane Sandy on real estate prices in New York City 08/24/2017
- Housing prices: The ins and outs Stocks, flows and the impact of housing prices on CPI and inflation 08/17/2017
- So why aren’t the fat cats spending? Boom and bust hits a forecasting variable economists used to bank on 08/10/2017
- Low inflation: A sign of fading consumer demand? The correlations between weakness in consumer spending and inflation 07/27/2017
- Seeing the big picture on employment? Today we’ll examine the “employment elephant” one more time! 07/20/2017
- Blue skies for consumers… …clouds for Fed? Why lower housing inflation may also lock in low interest rates 07/13/2017
- Missing the elephant in the room? As in the old parable, how we understand employment data depends on what we see 07/06/2017
- Low inflation: The good and the bad Fewer inflation swings worldwide. But domestic monetary policy may sway it less. 06/29/2017
- The one constant: variation? Income and employment growth is a different animal in every state 06/22/2017
- Who ever said it was easy? Housing, interest rates and capital flows: impacts and interrelationships 06/08/2017
- Without the melting pot, will the region’s economy melt down? Why the NY-NJ metropolitan area fears curbs on immigration and international visitors 05/18/2017
- A higher-level look at IZ Will inclusionary zoning (IZ) help solve our affordability problems? 05/11/2017
- Will Washington shut the door on growth? The prospects for immigration policy on the economy 05/04/2017
- Digging deeper on rent controls Taking the long view on New Jersey's housing affordability 04/29/2017
- Is home owning a “good” investment? Risk and return to single-family housing in New Jersey 04/25/2017
- Is the American Dream affordable? A first look at housing “affordability” in New Jersey and the United States 04/13/2017
- What are record market highs telling us about the future? Maybe not as much as Wall Street thinks. 04/06/2017
- Real estate gets a new forum for exchanging ideas The Center's Morris Davis on the mission and purpose of BLOG•RE 03/30/2017
Thu08Mar20187:30 AM - 11:30 AMHyatt Exchange Place, Jersey City, NJ
2nd Annual Capital Allocation Symposium - A Focus on Commercial Real Estate LendingShow detailsFeaturing: Julia Coronado, President & FounderMacroPolicy PerspectivesPanel 1 - Construction LendersJohn Gunther-Mohr, Senior Vice President Commercial Real Estate, Santander BankTom Hyland, Senior Vice President, PNC BankMeggan Walsh, Deputy Group Head, CIT Real Estate FinancePanel 2 - Balance Sheet LendersPeter Gordon, Managing Director, Alliance BernsteinTed Norman, Managing Director, TH Real EstateKara McShane, Managing Director, Wells Fargo Securities
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