News

Academic papers

Alex Moss has recently had a paper published in The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. Volume 61, Issue 3. entitled “Is Financial regulation Good or Bad for Real Estate Companies? An Event Study” This study investigates how three regulatory reforms undertaken in the aftermath of the global financial crisis have affected returns of real estate companies.

Read Alex's paper Is Financial regulation Good or Bad for Real Estate Companies? An Event Study.

Events

Alex Moss chairs the Research Insights session at the ERPA conference 2020

Comissioned projects

New project for the Hotel Sector

The Real Estate Research Centre is undertaking a new project on Financing sources and key credit indicators for the Hotel Sector (jointly with Women in Hotels and Berkeley Capital) for publication in 2020. The aim is to analyse the hotel investment market and debt availability to the hotel industry on an annual basis and cultivate wider understanding of key lending measures and indicators used by lenders to evaluate the credit quality of the sector.

The project is sponsored by CMS, Savills, Taylor Wessing, and Castleforge Partners.

The increasing role of ESG factors on capital allocation and capital allocation and performance September 2020

The full report is now available and a virtual seminar will be held in Q3 2020

Author Alex Moss

The increasing role of ESG factors on capital allocation and capital allocation and performance report

Media coverage

Property Chronicle Articles

Alex Moss recently published an article in the Property Chronicle quarterly magazine on valuing REITs in a time of turbulence. The article examines how implicit pricing models can complement explicit model assumptions  at times of equity market dislocation.

My World June 2021

Our events

Take a look at our upcoming Real Estate events inlcuding a funding gap webinar with Nicole Lux and a webinar from Alex Moss on ESG Benchmarking.

Our research

Find out about and read the lastest reserach from the Real Estate centre.