The Real Estate Research Institute (RERI)
The Real Estate Research Institute is a non-profit organization created to stimulate high quality research on real estate investment performance and market fundamentals that will elevate the quality of real estate decision making. The Institute's mission is to encourage research that applies academic theory and analytic techniques to real estate investment decision-making.
RERI's mission is closely aligned with PREA's mission to serve its members engaged in institutional real estate investment through the sponsorship of objective forums for education, research initiatives, membership interaction and the exchange of information.
The relationship between PREA and RERI began in 1991, when PREA became a sustaining sponsor. PREA encourages the support of RERI and their research efforts. Today, RERI also receives sponsorship from many PREA member firms. For more information about RERI, visit their Web site at www.reri.org.
Papers presented at the 2017 RERI Conference:
Capital Expenditures, Asset Dispositions, and the Real Estate Cycle
Brent W. Ambrose
Corporate Diversification and the Cost of Debt: Evidence from REIT Bank Loans and Mortgages
Do Difference Price Points Exhibit Different Investment Risk and Return in Commercial Real Estate
David M. Geltner
Alex van de Minne
Should I Airbnb My Property?
Value Investment Strategies For Commercial Real Estate
David H. Downs
Whose Skin Is It? Examining the Role of Risk Retention in CMBS Markets
Brian A. Ciochetti
Carl F. Larsson
To search all RERI funded papers, click here. Administrative functions of the Institute are housed at the Pension Real Estate Association headquarters in Hartford, CT.