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Stern's Center for Real Estate Finance Research Hosts Fifth Annual Fall Symposium

The NYU Stern Center for Real Estate Finance Research hosted the Fifth Annual Fall Symposium, "How Will the Elections Shape the Real Estate Industry?" The symposium featured leading real estate experts, four different panels and explored how the upcoming elections will shape the real estate industry.

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Sam Khater
Sam Khater of CoreLogic kicked off the symposium with a brief update of the current national residential real estate market.

CREFR Fifth Annual Fall Symposium 2016 Panel 1
Jon Van Gorp of Mayer Brown (second from left) moderated a panel discussion on “How to Get the Private-label RMBS Market Going Again?” with (left to right) Matt Nichols of Deephaven Mortgage LLC, Monique Rollins of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Jason Kravitt of Mayer Brown and Roger Ashworth of Citi. Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh (far right)

CREFR Fifth Annual Fall Symposium 2016 Panel 2
Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh (far left) moderated the second panel discussion on “GSE Reform: Will It Happen and What Form Will It Take?” with (left to right) Andrew Davidson of Andrew Davidson & Co., Phillip Swagel of the University of Maryland School of Public Policy, Ed DeMarco of the Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets and Patricia Mosser of the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.

CREFR Fifth Annual Fall Symposium 2016 Panel 3
Scholar-in-Residence Gary Friedland (second from left) moderated the third panel discussion on “Commercial Real Estate Tax Reform” with (right to left) Steven Rosenthal of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, Adam Feuerstein of PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP and Ryan McCormick of The Real Estate Roundtable. Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh (far left)

CREFR Fifth Annual Fall Symposium 2016 Panel 4
Professor Ingo Walter (far right) moderated the fourth panel discussion on “Infrastructure Spending” with (right to left) Barry Blattman of Brookfield Asset Management, Benjamin Page of  the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center and James Burgoyne of GE Energy Financial Services. Professor Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh (far left)


Watch Barry Blattman discuss infrastructure investments in an interview with Same Oke (MBA '18).