Fisher Center for Real Estate
& Urban Economics

The mission of the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics is to educate students and real estate professionals and to support and conduct research on real estate, urban economics, the California economy, land use, and public policy.


Real Estate Resources

News & Announcements

ORDER CDS for the 21st Annual Fisher Center Real Estate Conference on May 2nd in SF.

Suburbs try to act like cities to attract young workers: Victor Couture's research on the new urban revival in the Wall Street Journal.

Christopher Palmer on Oakland's moratorium on rent increases, in SFGate. "We can’t continue to build luxury apartments and expect that is going to lower rents."

Ken Rosen talks about housing affordability on the Bloomberg Terminal podcast.

NPR interviews Ken Rosen on startups, after Zynga sells its HQ: "They should not be in the real estate space."

"It's the beginning of the change." Ken Rosen in Bloomberg Businessweek on the tech slowdown in SF.

Professor Palmer interviewed at about property taxes.

Chair Ken Rosen and former Regional Economist Cynthia Kroll on the deflation of the Bay Area tech bubble, and the effect on housing.

Professor Couture in the Atlantic's CityLab on the causes of the urban revival in America.

Professor Palmer on CNBC on the tech stock downturn impacting SF real estate.

Co-Chair Richard Stanton advises the world's largest government-owned investment fund on investing in real estate and infrastructure.

How China's slowdown hurts California