UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate

Advancing thought leadership in the field of real estate by generating influential research, educating the next generation of leaders and providing meaningful forums for industry professionals and policymakers.

May 22, 2020
Virtual Impact Talk: "Future of Housing: From COVID-19 to New Urbanism to Affordable Housing"

May 20, 2020
UCLA Housing as Health Care Initiative Panel Discussion: "Exploring a Housing-Based Health Care Partnership Model for Vulnerable Populations in Los Angeles"

May 18, 2020
"COVID-19: The Implications for Real Estate On Both Sides of the Pacific"

May 6, 2020
UCLA Ziman Center Critical Conversations “COVID-19, the Macroeconomy & Monetary Policy with William C. Dudley"

April 8, 2020
UCLA Ziman Center Critical Conversations "COVID-19 and Its Global Impact on Real Estate, the Economy & Investment Markets"

April 1, 2020
UCLA Ziman Center Critical Conversations "Real Estate, The Macroeconomy & COVID-19" // UCLA Anderson Forecast & UCLA Ziman Center

Ziman News

RESEARCH RELEASE: More Than Shelter: The Effects of Rental Eviction Moratoria on Household Well-Being

Los Angeles (March 2021) — A new research study and dynamic map of eviction moratoria and other rental market COVID-19 policy interventions by Xudong An (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia), Stuart Gabriel (UCLA Anderson School of Management and UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate) and Nitzan Tzur-Ilan (Northwestern University and Bank of Israel) investigates the impact of 2020 COVID-19 rental eviction moratoria on household wellbeing. Analysis of new data on eviction moratoria indicates those policies reduced evictions and resulted in redirection of scarce household financial resources to immediate consumption needs, notably including food and grocery spending. The authors also find that eviction moratoria reduced household food insecurity and mental stress, with larger effects evidenced among African American households. Findings suggest broad salutary effects of eviction moratoria during a period of widespread virus and economic distress. While research findings demonstrate broad and not well-appreciated renter and local economic benefits of temporary eviction moratoria, substantial ongoing efforts likely will be necessary to address accrued shortfalls in rent and to keep families stably housed. In the absence of new measures to address widespread and accrued shortfalls in rent, large numbers of households could face housing instability, economic hardship, and adverse health outcomes.

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News & Events

CALL FOR PAPERS: 2021 Conference on Housing, Financial Markets and Monetary Policy

Submission Deadline: May 31, 2021

REGISTER--2021 UCLA Ziman Symposium:  "California's Master for Plan for Aging: What Does Health Have to Do With Housing?"

May 12, 2021, 11:30am-1:00pm PT

REGISTER--UCLA Levine Distinguished Speaker Series Fireside Chat: "Affordable Housing Development: Career Pathways, Challenges, and Trends"

May 6, 2021

REGISTER--UCLA Housing, Neighborhood and Health Critical Issues Seminar: Nitzan Tzur-Ilan, PhD Presents "More Than Shelter: The Effects of Rental Eviction Moratoria on Household Well-Being"

May 5, 2021

UCLA Economic Letter: More Than Shelter: The Effects of Rental Eviction Moratoria on Household Well-Being

April 2021

APPLY NOW FOR LAHDP SUMMER 2021 COHORT: Howard & Irene Levine Affordable Housing Development Program 

Application Deadline: April 29, 2021

Research Release: Saving Black Homeownership: Just and Fair Pandemic Relief and Recovery // UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge & Neighborhood Housing Services of LA County

March 2021

VIDEOS: UCLA Anderson BBSA/AREA/UCLA Ziman Center "A Roadmap to Black Homeownership" and "Black Entrepreneurship in Real Estate: How to Get Started"

March 2021

First All-Female UCLA Team Wins Silver Shovel at 23rd Annual NAIOP SoCal USC vs UCLA Real Estate Challenge

March 2021

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