In the News

The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate's faculty and professional staff are frequently contacted by the media to serve as experts on a wide range of commercial and residential real estate industry issues.

If you are interested in speaking to one of our faculty or staff professionals about a real estate-related story, please contact Kimberly Malasky, director of communications and administration, Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate, at (619) 260-4786. For faster response, please e-mail your request, story topic, deadline and any other relevant information to

Recent stories include:

Professor Norm Miller, PhD, was quoted an article in the November/December issue of California Buildings News on the rising popularity of micro dwellings in urban areas.

A co-authored article by Norm Miller, PhD, on the impact of Prop 13 on effective tax rates in California appeared in the December 2014 issue of International Association of Assessing Officers’ Fair & Equitable magazine.

Norm Miller, PhD, and associate professor Alan Gin, PhD, were included in the Nov. 21, Nov. 28, Dec. 7 and Dec. 12 editions of U-T San Diego’s “EconoMeter.”

USD's Real Estate Alumni Association's Craft Beer and Real Estate: The Perfect Brew event was featured in a Nov. 27 Daily Transcript article.

Alan Gin, PhD, was featured in the U-T San Diego, The Daily Transcript, The Times of San Diego and the Seaside Courier following his most recent release of the USD Index of Leading Economic Indicators for San Diego County, which he compiles for the Burnham-Moores Center.

Articles announcing the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate’s new executive director, Stath Karras, recently appeared in The Daily Transcript (article, interview), the San Diego Business Journal and

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Norm Miller, PhD, was interviewed for an Aug. 27 KUSI news segment on the “American Dream” of home ownership and whether or not it is still possible in San Diego.

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