The Largest National Study on Community Land Trusts and Nonprofits with Shared Equity Homeownership Programs was recently completed. Vince Wang, Ph.D., assistant professor of real estate, was part of the research team.
Governor Inslee recently visited the College of Built Environments, where he met with several faculty members to discuss their research and its relevance to his proposal to increase investment in affordable housing.
Watch this insightful interview with Allison Butcher, Senior Analyst at MBAKS, as she discusses the recently signed House Bill 1110 and House Bill 1337 by Governor Jay Inslee. Discover how these groundbreaking legislations aim to tackle Washington’s housing shortage by granting areas once limited to single-family homes the opportunity to construct two to six units and empowering homeowners to create accessory dwelling units. Explore the new possibilities for affordable housing, community development, and a transformed housing landscape in Washington.
The Urban Land Institute published the 4th edition of the Professional Real Estate Development, co-authored by Professor Sofia Dermisi. Dermisi holds a joint appointment between the Department of Real Estate and the Department of Urban Design and Planning.
UC Irvine Libraries is hosting a Hybrid Book Talk and Lecture on the History of the City of Irvine and UCI. This event will feature H. Pike Oliver and C. Michael Stockstill, authors of Transforming the Irvine Ranch: Joan Irvine, William Pereira, Ray Watson, and The Big Plan for an insiders’ account of the history of UCI and its surrounding community.
The Runstad Department of Real Estate held its 9th annual Runstad Leadership Dinner on October 13th with more than 700 people in attendance. This year the Leadership Dinner focused on raising support for undergraduate students within the Department.
Arthur Acolin, Associate Professor and Bob Filley Endowed Chair in the Runstad Department of Real Estate, was recently awarded an NIH R21 grant for his project entitled ‘Gentrification, Mobility, and Exposure to Contextual Determinants of Health.’