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Cambridge Real Estate Research Centre


Research is central to the aims and activities of the Centre. The Real Estate Research Centre acts to focus and coordinate commercial real estate and real asset research within the Department of Land Economy and to raise the profile of that research in the wider academic and business community. To liaise with both other academic organisations and industry to ensure research is of the highest quality and has maximum impact.

Read more at: CRERC under COVID: Update February 2021
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CRERC under COVID: Update February 2021

So the Department has been locked down and closed since 16 th March 2020. Almost a whole Year! And is doesn’t look like the building will be re-opening anytime soon. However, the business of CRERC has not stopped as staff and students have adapted to teaching and learning remotely. Here’s a...

Read more at: CRERC Research UPDATE August 2020

CRERC Research UPDATE August 2020

Although CRERC is in lockdown due to COVID-19 members of the team are still busy working on research papers for publication. Colin Lizieri has been collaborating on three papers with Dr Bing Zhu, formerly a Visiting Fellow with us for six-months and now Associate Professor of Real Estate...

Read more at: Cambridge Real Estate Research Club

Cambridge Real Estate Research Club

This annual one-day conference for Heads of Research/CIOs across the industry is a chance to share and discuss investment issues and research ideas in a relaxed environment.

Read more at: Our Research Priorities

Our Research Priorities

Risk Characteristics of Real Estate: It is increasingly recognised that the risk and return of real estate depends not only on the income and capital appreciation of the underlying assets but also on the vehicle in which the properties are held: its institutional and capital structure. Meanwhile...

Read more at: Current Research

Current Research

Research on real estate within the Centre and the department is broad ranging and international in scope. The Centre's current main areas of research activity relate to: Analysis of real estate investment vehicles The interaction of real asset and credit/capital markets The role and performance of...


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APPLICATIONS are now closed for the MSt in Real Estate 2021.

The 2022 course prospectus is available to download now CLICK HERE and applications will open on 1st September 2021.