Miller Opinion Piece on Trump's Effect on Housing Runs in Daily Transcript

Friday, December 2, 2016

An opinion piece written by Norm Miller, the Hahn Professor of Real Estate Finance in the University of San Diego School of Business, ran in the December 2 edition of the Daily Transcript. The article, titled "The Trump Effect on Housing," examines what economic policies expected in the new presidential administration will impact real estate. 

"If President-elect Trump can lower corporate tax rates, but does not cut federal spending by a similar amount, our deficit will grow," write Miller. "If the government prints more money, we will see increased inflation. Either way, it means mortgage rates will go up and the housing market will slow down." Read the opinion piece in full

Miller's book Commercial Real Estate Analysis and Investment with Geltner, Eicholtz and Clayton is in its third edition; it is the leading graduate level textbook in this field. 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, a think tank.

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