An annual research monograph targets topics that warrant special attention outside the regular venue of journal publication. The Monographs bridge the gap between academic theory and practical hands-on research in the real estate field.
2017: Real Estate Market Microstructure (Sponsorship available).
2018: Behavioral Real Estate (Sponsorship available).
2019: Dangerous Visions: The Future of Real Estate Research (Sponsorship available).
Eassys in Hounor of James R. Webb
2006/8 - Indigenous Peoples and Real Estate Valuation Issues
- sponsors: Appraisal Institute Education Trust and Appraisers Research Foundation
2002/3 - Volume 9
Essays in Honor of William N. Kinnard, Jr.
- edited by: C. F. Sirmans & Elaine M. Worzala
- sponsors: Appraisal Institute and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors BUY NOW!
2001 - Volume 8
Real Estate Valuation Theory
- edited by: Ko Wang & Marvin L. Wolverton
- sponsor: Appraisal Institute BUY NOW!
2000 - Volume 7
Real Estate Education Throughout the World: Past, Present, and Future
- edited by: Karl-Werner Schulte
- sponsor: European Business School BUY NOW!
1999 - Volume 6
Essays in Honor of James A. Graaskamp: Ten Years After
- edited by: James R. DeLisle & Elaine M. Worzala
- sponsor: Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni Association, University of Wisconsin BUY NOW!
The 36th Annual ARES Meeting has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the official conference
cancellation policy remains with no refunds after February 29, the leadership has decided to offer hardship refunds to all who request them through the end of April 2020. The process for requesting a refund is posted at THIS LINK. Please be patient as our dedicated team of volunteers works through this complicated issue. We appreciate all the hard work everyone has put into planning the 2020 Annual Meeting and
we are excited about the planning which is already underway for the 2021 meeting in Kauai Hawaii and the meeting in 2022 back in Florida!
To research and promote education in real estate, improve communication and exchange of information in real estate and allied matters among college/university faculty and practicing professionals, and facilitate the association of academic, practicing professional, and research persons in the area of real estate.
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