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Real Estate Economics, Investment and Development (REEID)

Group
  • Unit(s) of assessment: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
  • School: School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment

Overview

The Real Estate Economics Investment and Development (REEID) Research Group at NTU is an internationally recognised research group that undertakes world-class analyses of real estate markets and urban development.

Our areas of research interest include:

  • commercial real estate market analysis and forecasting
  • housing market analysis of house price trends, affordability, mortgage markets, the macroeconomy and housing markets
  • real estate financing mechanisms
  • international real estate
  • property, planning and public policy
  • spatial and regional analysis of property markets.

Our research is relevant to wider society and this is evidenced by funding that the group has received from both private and public sector bodies including:

  • The Department of Communities and Local Government
  • The European Union
  • The Investment Property Forum.

Our research outputs have been published in leading peer-reviewed academic journals including Urban Studies, the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, the Journal of Housing Research, Housing Studies, and Regional Studies.

Press coverage

For academic enquiries and more information concerning the research group, please contact the Research Group Leader, Professor Michael White, by email or telephone +44 (0)115 848 2069. For individual enquiries about doing research please contact the named staff member(s).

Collaboration

  • Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP)
    SWIP is a major pension fund in the UK and invests in asset classes from stocks to real estate. They hold the largest portfolio of unsecuritised real estate assets in the UK of any pension fund.
  • The University of Sheffield
    The research group has strong links with both the Business School and the Department of Town and Regional Planning at Sheffield. The Department has interests in planning policy and has particular strengths in urban regeneration and housing policy.
  • University of Alicante
    Group members have an ongoing working relationship with the Department of Applied Economics at Alicante. The focus of this collaboration is to apply advanced econometric techniques to the analysis of housing markets.
  • Investment Property Forum
    The Investment Property Forum (IPF) is the leading UK property investment organisation for individual members. It comprises an influential network of senior professionals all active in the property investment market.

For academic enquires please contact the Research Group Leader, Professor Michael White by email or telephone +44 (0) 115 848 2069. For further information on business collaborations, please contact Chris Davison, College Business Development Manager by email or telephone +44 (0)115 848 8215.

Related Staff

Publications

Key Outputs

  • Koblyakova, A., Hutchison, N. and Tiwari, P., 2012. Regional differences in mortgage demand and mortgage instrument choice in the UK. Regional Studies, 46(1), pp.323-348.
  • Wilson, P., White, M., Dunse, N., Cheong, C. and Zurbruegg, R., 2011. Modelling price movements in housing micro markets: identifying long-term components in local housing market dynamics. Urban Studies, Vol. 48 (9), pp.1853-1874
  • Dunse, N., Jones, C. and White, M., 2010. Valuation accuracy and spatial variations in the efficiency of the property market. Journal of European Real Estate Research, Vol. 3 (1), pp.24-45.
  • Fitzpatrick, S., Johnsen, S. and White, M., 2011. Multiple Exclusion Homelessness In The UK: Key Patterns and Intersections. Social Policy And Society, Vol. 10 (4), pp.501-512.
  • Taltavull De La Paz, P.  and White, M.,  2012. Fundamental drivers of house price change: the role of money, mortgages and migration in Spain and the United Kingdom, Journal of Property Research, Vol. 29 (4), pp.341-367

Additional publications

  • Ke, Q. and White, M., 2013. Investigating the dynamics of, and interactions between, Shanghai office submarkets. Journal of Property Research, 30(1), pp.1-20.
  • Jones, C., White, M. and Dunse, N., 2012. Challenges of the Housing Economy: An International Perspective. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.
  • Payne, T. and Hoxley, M., 2012. Identifying and eradicating Japanese knotweed in the UK built environment. Structural Survey, 30(1), 24-42.
  • Taltavull, P. and White, M., 2012. Fundamental drivers of house price change: the role of money, mortgages, and migration in Spain and the United Kingdom. Journal of Property Research, 29(4), pp.341-367.
  • Walsh, C. and Allin, S., 2012. Strategic spatial planning: responding to diverse territorial development challenges: towards an inductive comparative approach. International Planning Studies, 17(4), pp.377-395.
  • Allin, S., 2011.  A new understanding of formal land use plans in Germany. International Journal of Sustainable Society, 10(2), pp.203-232.
  • Eccles, T., 2011. Accounting for service charges in the UK commercial sector: barriers to change and the quest for best practice. Property Management, 29 (1), pp.7-33.
  • Eccles, T., 2011. Commercial service charge management: benchmarking best practice. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 13 (4), pp.200-215.
  • Hoxley, M., Poon, J. and Fuchs, W., 2011. Real estate employability: differing perceptions of graduates from undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Journal of European Real Estate Research, 4(3), pp.243-258.
  • Poon, J., Hoxley, M. and Fuchs, W., 2011. Real estate education: an investigation of multiple stakeholders. Property Management, 29(5), pp.468–487.
  • Wilson, P., White, M., Dunse, N., and Zurbruegg, R., 2011. Modelling Price Movements in Housing Micro Markets: Identifying Long-term Components in Local Housing Market Dynamics, Urban Studies, 48(9), pp.1853-1874
  • Fitzpatrick, S., Johnsen, S. and White, M., 2011. Multiple Exclusion Homelessness in the UK: Key Patterns and Intersections, Social Policy and Society, 10(4), pp.501-512.
  • Aldridge, M., Ferrari, E., Leahy Laughlin, D., Watkins, C. and White, M., 2011. Household mobility expectations and estimates of local housing demand. Report to RICS Education Trust
  • Dunse, N., Jones, C. and White, M., 2010. Valuation accuracy and spatial variations in the efficiency of the property market, Journal of European Real Estate Research, 3(1), pp.24-45
  • Ke, Q. and White, M., 2009. An econometric analysis of Shanghai office rents, Journal of Property Investment and Finance, 27(2), pp.120-139.

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