|October 26, 2012|
Fall 2012 NewsletterIn a recent interview with Evan Abrams ’13, Berkadia CEO Hugh Frater ’85 discusses business strategy and opportunities, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and career development.
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Lynne B. Sagalyn, the Earle W. Kazis and Benjamin Schore Professor of Real Estate and Director of the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate, lays out the benefits and challenges facing the private and public sectors when they team up on large-scale development and infrastructure projects.
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The Latest Housing Market Research
Paul Milstein Center Research Director Christopher Mayer recommends accelerated amortization options for underwater homeowners.
Tomasz Piskorski, the Edward S. Gordon Associate Professor of Real Estate, quantifies shortcomings of loan modification program.
The Marketing Division’s Eric Johnson, the Norman Eig Professor of Business, seeks to understand the mortgage choices that American homeowners made while the housing bubble inflated.
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Register Now for 12/4 Real Estate Symposium
David Simon ’85 will be the keynote speaker at this half-day educational forum for alumni only. Sign up by October 31 for the early bird discount.
2013 Real Estate Capital Markets Conference
The 2013 Real Estate Capital Markets Conference, jointly sponsored by Goodwin Procter and Columbia Business School, will take place on January 25.
Seeking Young Alumni Mentors
The Columbia Business School Real Estate Association together with the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate are seeking to match first-year MBA students who have demonstrated interest in real estate with a young alumnus/a in the industry. If you are interested in serving as a mentor, please e-mail Nicola Usher.
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