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UCLA Ziman Center Launches New Affordable Housing Development Program

The UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate is pleased to launch the Howard and Irene Levine Affordable Housing Development Program (HILAHDP), a new university-level educational program designed to provide professionals with the knowledge and practical skills to develop affordable housing. Affordable housing development is a highly specialized sector, requiring specific knowledge and expertise in the areas of entitlement, public-private funding sources, tax-credits, capital structures, design, and project management. Drawing on UCLA's existing affordable housing educational programming, the HILAHDP cohort will receive instruction from UCLA faculty and affiliated professionals utilizing proven instruction methodologies and teaching materials.

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News & Events

UCLA Economic Letter: Risky Zip Codes - Returns on Housing Investment Are More Volatile in Lower Income Areas

September 2018

UCLA Gilbert Program Event: FRB-SF/UCLA Ziman/BGFRS Conference on Housing, Financial Markets and Monetary Policy

September 6-7, 2018 // FRB San Francisco

UCLA Affordable Housing Policy BriefCan't Get There from Here: Affordability Distance to a Superstar City

July 2018

NEW RELEASE: Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast CRE Survey - "Growth, Stagnation and Decline"

Summer/Fall 2018

Mortgage Default Risk Index (MDRI) 2018 Q2 ReleaseMortgage Default Risk Low with U.S. Economy at Full Strength

July 2018

Latest Book by UCLaw's Richard H. Sander & Jonathan M. Zasloff: "Moving Toward Integration - The Past and Future of Fair Housing"

May  2018

Conference Coverage

 

On May 31, 2018, the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate and Mercy Housing California co-hosted the symposium
Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Democracy? Challenges to Building Affordable Housing in Los Angeles.

Keynote Presentation: The Housing Debacle

Michael Woo, Dean of the College of Environmental Design, Cal Poly Pomona, and formerly LA City Council Member, 13th District, on the housing debacle.

Panel I: Democracy in Action and Future State Laws

Recent legislative efforts have met significant resistance from neighborhood and housing advocates deeply concerned about displacement and gentrification, most especially in LA's communities of color.

Panel II: Taking Stock: Land Use and Affordable Housing 

CA and LA are failing to build sufficient housing to meet the needs of an ever-growing population, namely because of the difficulty of entitling new homes.

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Student Development

The Ziman Center sponsors a wide array of UCLA Anderson, UCLA Law and UCLA undergraduate student organizations, programs and activities to augment student training and development for careers in real estate.

UCLA Law Clinic Step Up Groundbreaking 2014

Community Outreach

Housing is fundamental to our quality of life, not just in Los Angeles, but around the world. UCLA possesses the academic expertise and core public education and service mission to play a leadership role in this area.

UCLA Economic Letter

UCLA Economic Letter

Monthly condensed analysis of crucial real estate and economic issues offered by the UCLA Anderson Forecast and UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate.

Success is Making a Difference, According to Dick Ziman

Success is Making a Difference, According to Dick Ziman

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