Friday, November 1, 2013Wisconsin Real Estate Viewpoint BlogThe Shifting Landscape: What's Driving Change?by: Chad Messer

On October 17, I had the opportunity to attend the annual Wisconsin Real Estate and Economic Outlook Conference hosted by the James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate. This year the theme... Read More

Wednesday, July 3, 2013Wisconsin Real Estate Viewpoint BlogPolicies That Aim to Increase Home Ownership Actually Do the Oppositeby: François Ortalo-Magné

The U.S. federal government expends considerable resources pursuing two prime goals of housing policy: making housing available to all, and making home ownership possible for most. Yet, those who... Read More

Thursday, November 1, 2012Wisconsin Real Estate Viewpoint BlogThe Wisconsin Idea Meets Barcelona (Part III)by: Stephen Malpezzi

After the plenary I described in my previous posts, we had a well-received session entitled “Cities and Housing – Closing the Urban Housing Gap,” chaired by the World Bank’s... Read More

Wednesday, October 10, 2012Wisconsin Real Estate Viewpoint BlogGlobal Perspectives on Housing Markets and Policyby: Stephen Malpezzi

As countries grow and urbanize, the efficient and equitable production and delivery of housing and its associated infrastructure are key elements of successful urbanization. In the aggregate, housing... Read More