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Congratulations to the Berkeley-Haas team that took first place in the National Real Estate Challenge for the second year in a row.

Ken Rosen: Oakland’s housing boom is too much too fast. What’s bad news for investors is good news for renters.

Odds of a recession are 60% by 2021, according to Ken Rosen.

“The Bay Area still feels pretty boom-y.” Ken Rosen on the potential for an economic slowdown, in the SF Chronicle.

Berkeley wins Kellogg real estate case competition for their plan to fill vacant ground-floor retail spaces in cities with package pick-up centers and e-commerce pop-up shops.

Congratulations to Cal for holding onto the Golden Shovel for another year, beating Stanford at the annual NAIOP event.

“The sky is falling?” Ken Rosen on the upcoming tech-led recession, in the San Francisco Business Times.

Congratulations to Professor Nancy Wallace, on being awarded the Berkeley Faculty Service Award.

Victor Couture’s research on urban amenities and gentrification featured in CityLab.

“It means women employees cost more,” says Nancy Wallace in Fortune on new research showing women exercise stock options more slowly.

More coverage of the FCREUE paper on algorithmic discrimination in lending: CNBC and the Washington Post.

Ken Rosen in the Mercury News on Prop 10’s impact on the supply of housing in California.

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