Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics


The mission of the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics (FCREUE) is to educate students and real estate professionals and to support and conduct research on real estate, urban economics, and the California State economy. FCREUE strives to be the leading center for research on the California economy and excels nationally as a center for urban economic and public policy research. It also regularly provides a practical forum for academics, government officials, and business leaders.

FCREUE is many things to different people. For students and alumni we serve as a liaison to industry leaders and professionals, a career resource, and a provider of research resources. For academics, we provide financial support for academic research. For our Policy Advisory Board, who are leaders in the real estate and finance industry, we provide timely and informative board meetings and industry-relevant research. Lastly, for real estate practitioners we are the hosts of informative and useful executive education conferences. FCREUE recognizes each relationship is critically important to the value added to the others.





Fisher Center in the News:

Watch Fisher Center Chairman Ken Rosen on CNBC's June 21, 2010 Street Signs: "Fannie, Freddie and the Recovery"

Read "Entrepreneurs and Cities: Complexity, Thickness and Balance.pdf", the real estate research study by Fisher Center Co-Chair Robert Helsley and co-author William C. Strange, Professor at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.