Real Estate Program


Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics

The mission of the Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics (FCREUE) is to educate students and real estate professionals and to support and conduct research on real estate, urban economics, the California economy, land use, and public policy.

Click here to hear Professor Emeritus Sherman Maisel talk about the origins of the Center.

FCREUE is many things to many people.

FCREUE recognizes each relationship adds value to the others, and is critically important to fulfilling the Center's mission.

In the video below current Chair Ken Rosen talks with Professor Emeritus and co-founder of the Real Estate Center, Sherman Maisel about the origins of the Center and the Real Estate Program at Berkeley.

Fisher Center in the News:

Early Bird Rate Expires on March 28, Register Now!
19th Annual Fisher Center Real Estate Conference
April 28, 2014
The Westin St. Francis
San Francisco, CA

Little evidence that Airbnb is driving up rents in SF, says Chair Ken Rosen in Washington Post article - 3/27/14.

Mortgage rates will be up 50-100 basis points a year from now, says Chair Ken Rosen in an interview on NBR - 3/25/14.

Now is a good time to finance a house, says Chair Ken Rosen in CNBC interview - 3/20/14.

Ken Rosen on LA’s “Silicon Beach”: Talk of a bubble is premature - 2/14/14.

Chair Ken Rosen on the impact of lower mortgage rates and weak stock market data on CNBC Street Signs - 2/3/14.

Airbnb not to blame for spike in rents in SF, says FCREUE chair Ken Rosen. Click here to read the article, 1/22/14.

Chair Ken Rosen on the tech real estate boom in SF: “We've probably got two or three more years of this.”, 12/4/13.

Chair Ken Rosen on CNBC's Street Signs discussing momentum in the housing market and the end of extreme exuberance – 11/26/13.

Chair Ken Rosen says the real estate sector is in the "sweet spot" of the economic cycle at the REIT World Conference – 11/13/13.

Chair Ken Rosen coauthored a paper on how to fix mortgage lending standards. Click here to read the article, 10/31/13.

Did well-connected banks get special treatment during the financial crisis? Haas professor Amir Kermani’s coauthored article on the value of political connections featured in Slate.

Chair Ken Rosen on panel discussing the possibility of a real estate bubble in San Francisco – 10/15/13.

Chair Ken Rosen interviewed on the impact of the Twitter IPO on the San Francisco real estate market – 10/15/13.


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