Miller Pens Opinion Piece on How President Trump Impacts Real Estate

Monday, February 20, 2017

Norm Miller, the Hahn Chair of Real Estate Finance in the University of San Diego School of Business, penned an opinion piece on February 14 on how President Trump impacts real estate. The piece was posted on Global Real Estate Experts.  

Miller posits that the "prospect of lower capital gains taxes will cause a slowdown in the sales volume of deals in early 2017, and an acceleration catch up on sales once a lower tax rate is in effect." Miller evaluates how changes in the economy and real estate market will affect interest rates, industrial property, retail and office property and markets dependent on immigration."

Miller is editor of the Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, which he founded in 2009 and is active on the editorial board of several journals. He is 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 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. His areas of expertise include real estate, valuation, housing price forecasting, sustainability, mortgage risk analysis, sustainable business strategies and workplace trends.

 

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