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: Systemic Racial Inequality and the COVID-19 Homeowner Crisis

Los Angeles (August 27, 2020) — The UCLA Luskin Center for Neighborhood Knowledge and Ong & Associates, in partnership with the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, are pleased to present this critical new research as part of a series of COVID-19 Research Initiative policy briefs documenting the systemic racial inequalities of the pandemic. This brief analyzes data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s weekly Household Pulse Survey, collected between April and July 2020, to examine the magnitude, pattern, and causes of this housing crisis. The authors find that about 5 million or 8% of American homeowners were unable to pay their mortgage on time. In comparison, during the Great Recession, there were approximately 3.8 million foreclosures and early stage delinquent mortgages (for 30 to 59 days) peaked at 3%. The current rising number of homeowners struggling to pay their mortgage is an ominous indication that this may lead to more foreclosures, housing instability, and homelessness.

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News & Events

UCLA Economic Letter: COVID-19 and Renter Distress: Evidence from Los Angeles

October 2020

UCLA Economic Letter: Systemic Racial Inequality and the COVID-19 Homeowner Crisis

September 2020

UCLA Ziman Director Stuart Gabriel in Los Angeles Magazine: "Rent Prices Are Falling in Some of the City’s Swankiest Buildings"

September 21, 2020

UCLA Ziman Director Stuart Gabriel and Warren Olney Discuss the Housing Shortage and Homelessness in California in UCLA Anderson's "How the World Works" Podcast Series

August 2020

UCLA Economic Letter: Foreclosure and Eviction Moratoria: Just Do It

July 2020

Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits: "Affordable Housing Insights from Around the Globe" by Rob Wasserman (UCLA Anderson/Law '98) and Kyle Ruane (UCLA Anderson MBA '20)

July 2020

UCLA Economic Letter: Real Estate in the Post-COVID Economy

June 2020

WATCH THE VIDEO: June 2020 Real Estate & Economic Outlook // UCLA Anderson Forecast & Ziman Center

June 2020

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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.

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