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Initial Impact of COVID-19 on Florida Commercial Real Estate Operations

This is a chart analysis using the same data from the previous COVID-19 paper1 to focus specifically on the state of Florida and further focus on selected metropolitan areas. We should expect that as the samples get smaller, the results will become more volatile. However, the consistency of pattern confirms our initial interpretations. If we take the Survey Collection results at the national level and assume a similar result for Florida, we might anticipate that the NOI for the third

Meet Bill Hughes, leader of UF Warrington’s new Applied Real Estate Research Initiative

The University of Florida Warrington College of Business recently announced the creation of a preeminent resource for the real estate industry, the Applied Real Estate Research Initiative, housed in the Bergstrom Real Estate Center. Tapped to lead the Applied Real Estate Research Initiative is real estate expert Bill Hughes. As Executive Director of Applied Research, Hughes will lead the effort in delivering data-driven reports for the real estate community. Most recently, Hughes served for 15 years as Global Head of

Initial Impact of COVID-19 on Commercial Real Estate Operations

It has been eight months since we learned about this virus and five months since the world started collectively reacting to it. In terms of real estate investment, this is a very short time. Five months is also too short to measure, collect and analyze the entire impact of any event on real estate operations. However, initial measures reveal that the impact is significant. Initial estimates of second quarter US GDP suggest that the economy operated at a level 9.5%

Status of Bergstrom Real Estate Center Applied Research Initiative

Most people are aware of Kelley Bergstrom’s significant new gift in support of an applied research program at the Bergstrom Center. Kelley’s vision for the center has always included a research component that would leverage the research capabilities of the university and provide valuable insights to the practitioners in the state. Our first step in this development was bringing Bill on board to lead the effort. Bill’s early impression of the Center is one of great appreciation for the support

Announcing the Applied Real Estate Research Initiative of the UF Bergstrom Real Estate Center

The University of Florida Warrington College of Business is proud to announce the creation of a preeminent resource for the real estate industry, the Applied Real Estate Research Initiative. Housed in the UF Bergstrom Real Estate Center, the Applied Real Estate Research Initiative will bring together the University of Florida’s immense research capabilities in real estate related fields like urban planning, law, building construction and other areas that will position UF as the state and nation’s authoritative university-based source for