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WSB’s Mark Eppli and Alumna Jill Hatton Discuss COVID-19 and the Future of Real Estate

July 2, 2020

What might we expect from the commercial and residential markets as a result of COVID-19? WSB's Mark Eppli and WSB alumna Jill Hatton share their insights during this special virtual series for UW-Madison alumni, "The UW Now Livestream."

WSB's Mark Eppli Describes How the Pandemic Has Shifted Real Estate

June 11, 2020

COVID-19's impact is everywhere, and the commercial and residential real estate markets are no exception. WSB's Mark Eppli shares his expertise on how the real estate industry has been affected, tips for buyers and sellers, and why the pandemic has caused us to reevaluate our priorities.

When Home Buyers Bid, Sellers Benefit

June 12, 2019

Research from WSB's Alina Arefeva explores how engaging in bidding wars during the home buying process can increase competition and bolster a home's selling price.

WSB Faculty Debate Retail's New Reality

May 13, 2019

Are we witnessing a retail apocalypse or a retail rebirth? Washington Post reporter and WSB's Business Writer in Residence Jonathan O'Connell facilitates as faculty share insights and expertise on where the retail industry is today and where it may be headed.

Against the Conventional Wisdom: Why Firms Choose Secured Debt During Turbulent Times

August 21, 2017

For most families, purchasing their own home remains a symbol of the American Dream as well as the biggest monetary commitment they will ever make. Taking out mortgage debt is usually considered a solid financial …

Did Affordable Housing Legislation Create a Boom That Went Bust?

August 2, 2016

As the U.S. economy continues to emerge from the Great Recession, there is no shortage of theories and opinions about what caused it. Some observers and commentators have argued that affordable housing policies in the …

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