Norm Miller, Ph.D.

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Norm Miller, Ph.D.

Norm Miller, Ph.D.
Professor of Real Estate

Email | nmiller@sandiego.edu
Phone | (619) 260-7939
Website
Office | Alcala West, Avila 110

    Professor of Real Estate

    • Ph.D. The Ohio State University, Real Estate and Finance
    • M.S. The Ohio State University, Finance
    • B.S. The Ohio State University, Real Estate and Urban Analysis
    Norm Miller is a Professor of Real Estate at the University of San Diego at the Burnham-Moores Center. He is Editor of the Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, which he founded in 2009. See www.josre.org He was at the University of Cincinnati for many years where he was Academic Director and the founder of the real estate center. He received his Ph.D. from the Ohio State University in Finance and Real Estate. He is active on the Editorial Board of several journals a past President of ARES, the American Real Estate Society. His book; Commercial Real Estate Analysis and Investment; with Geltner, Eicholtz and Clayton is in its 3rd ed and is the leading graduate level textbook. He has worked extensively with various trade associations and is a sought after speaker on commercial real estate trends. He is a faculty member at the Homer Hoyt Institute, think tank, see www.hoyt.org.

    Selected Current Research

    Book, Textbook-New

    Miller, N. Mortgage Mathematics and Financial Tables.

    Book, Textbook-Revised

    Miller, N. (2014). Commercial Real Estate Analysis and Investment Volume 3. Cengage Learning, Volume

    Conference Proceeding

    Miller, N. The Neighborhood Impact of Subprime Lending, Predatory Lending, and Foreclosure. FMA European Conference

    Magazine/Trade Publication

    Miller, N. (2009). Distressed Home Prices: The True Story. Mortgage Banking Magazine (March 2009), pages 34 to 38.

    Research Report

    Sah, V.,Miller, N. (2011). Market Turning Points A Look at Commercial Office Markets by Price Segments Over the Past Five Years. The Institutional Real Estate Letter – North America (October 2011)

    Working Paper

    Miller, N. (2001). How to U.S. Residential Brokerage Trends and Fees Compare to the rest of the world?. Real Estate Issues, 26 (3)

    Journal Article, Academic Journal

    Sah, V.,Miller, N.,Ghosh, B. (2013). Are Green REITs Valued More?. Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 19 (2), 169-177, 9.

    Miller, N. (2012). The Economics of Green Retrofits. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 4

    Sah, V.,Miller, N.,Sklarz, M.,Pampulov, S. (2012). Correcting for the Effects of Seasonality on Home Prices. Appraisal Journal

    Miller, N.,Peng, L.,Sklarz, M. (2011). The Economic Impact of Anticipated House Price Changes - Evidence from Home Sales. Journal of Real Estate Economics, Vol. 3 (No. 2), 345-378.

    Tu, C.,Miller, N.,Pogue, D.,Saville, J. (2010). The Operations and Management of Green Buildings in the U.S.. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 2 (1), 51-66.

    Miller, N.,Peng, L.,Sklarz, M. (2009). House Prices and Economic Growth. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Vol. 4 (No. 4), 522-541.

    Miller, N.,Pogue, D. (2009). Green Buildings and Productivity. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, Vol. 1 (No. 1), 65-89.

    Miller, N. (2008). Does Green Pay Off?. Journal of Real Estate Portfolfio Management, 14

    Miller, N.,Cannon, S.,Pandher, G. (2006). A Cross-Sectional Asset-Pricing Analysis of the U.S. Metropolitan Real-Estate Market at the Zip Code Level. Real EState Economics, 34 (4), 519-552.

    Miller, N.,Peng, L. (2006). Exploring Metropolitan Housing Price Volatility. Journal of Real Estate and Financial Economics, 33

    Miller, N. (2005). The Impact of Interest Rates and Employment on Housing Prices. International Real Estate Review, 8 (1), 26-42.

    Miller, N.,Derieux, W.,Benjamin, J. (2005). Estimating User Costs and Rates of Return for Single-Family Residential Real Estate. Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education, 8 (1), 1-24.

    Miller, N. (2004). The Land Residual Theory and the Absence of Busines Value for Real Estate as an Operating Business. Journal of Property Tax Assessment, 1 (4), 29-36.

    Miller, N.,Markosyan, S. (2003). The Academic Roots and Evolution of Real Estate Appraisal. The Appraisal Journal, LXXI (2), 172-184.

    Miller, N.,Markosyan, S.,Florance, A.,Stevenson, B.,Opt Veld, H. (2003). The Effects of 9/11 on Tall and Trophy Office Buildings. Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 9 (2), 107-126.

    Miller, N.,Delcoure, N. (2002). International Residential Real Estate Brokerage Fees and Implications for the US Brokerage Industry. International Real Estate Review, 5 (1)

    Miller, N. House Prices and Economic Growth. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

    Miller, N. Idiosyncratic Voltaility and the Housing Market. Journal of Housing Research, 17 (1)

    Miller, N. Integrating Real Estate Market Conditions Into Home Price Forecasting Systems. Journal of Housing Research

    Miller, N. “Price Volume Correlation in the Housing Market: Causality and Co-movements”. Journal of Real Estate Economics and Finance

    Miller, N.,Choi, E. Explaining LEED Concentration: Effects of Public Policy and Political Party. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 3

    Miller, N.,Rauterkus, S. Residential Land Values and Walkability. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 3

    Sah, V.,Miller, N.,Sklarz, M.,Pampulov, S. Is there Seasonality in Home Prices – Evidence from CBSAs. Journal of Housing Research

    Book, Scholarly-New

    Miller, N. (2009). Commercial Real Estate Career Education and Research Guide. The Hoyt Group (2nd Edition)

    Miller, N. (2006). Commercial Real Estate Career Education and Research Guide. Hoyt Institute for Real Estate

    Miller, N. (2005). REal Estate Principles for the New Economy. Thompson Southwestern w/ Geltner, D.

    Miller, N. The Complete Guide to Mortgage Mathematics.

    Book, Non-Scholarly-New

    Miller, N. (2007). Commercial Real Estate Analysis and Investment. Thompson Southwestern--Geltner, Eicholtz & Clayton