Center for Real Estate & Urban Analysis (CREUA)

The Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis (CREUA) was formed in 2005 with the following objectives:

  • To develop a first-rate real estate curriculum for graduate and undergraduate students at GW School of Business
  • To conduct influential real estate research focusing on:
    • Walkable urban place development and management
    • International real estate
    • Housing finance policy
  • To create networking opportunities for alumni and students
  • To facilitate career opportunities for students and alumni

 

Latest Research

The State of Homeownership in Black America

a composite image comprised of a photo of a historical protest for fair housing practices and a photo of a new home

 

The 2020 State of Homeownership in Black America Report, commissioned by the National Association of Real Estate Brokers, presents the current state of homeownership for Black households in the U.S. It provides a detailed analysis of market opportunities for Black homebuyers, key demographic and economic characteristics that differentiate Black homeowners, a profile of Black mortgage loan applicants and borrowers, and recommendations for impactful public policy interventions.

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