Routledge is now the Proud Publisher of the American Real Estate Society
Routledge is now the proud publisher of the American Real Estate Society!
Discover the journals of the American Real Estate Society below.
The Journal of Real Estate Research (JRER) is a publication of the American Real Estate Society (ARES). The Journal's objective is to investigate and expand the frontiers of knowledge that cover business applications through scholarly real estate research. JRER is committed to publishing the highest quality analytical, empirical, and clinical research useful to business decision-makers in the fields of real estate development, economics, finance, investment, law, management, marketing, secondary markets, and valuation.
Theoretical papers without testable or policy implications are discouraged. Data used in empirical research must be thoroughly documented and sufficient details of computations and methodologies must be provided to allow duplication. Authors are encouraged to provide data (at a reasonable cost) for replication purpose should such a request arise.
The Editorial Board of JRER is interested in broadening the reach of scholarly real estate research and is willing to work with any potential author who is developing new and exciting ideas.
The Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management (JREPM) is a publication of the American Real Estate Society (ARES). The Journal's purpose is to disseminate applied research on real estate investment and portfolio management. JREPM endeavors to publish research covering all four quadrants of the real estate universe (private equity, public equity, private debt, and public debt), and strives to present research covering real estate markets globally. A goal of JREPM is to publish research that is both academically sound and of value to practicing institutional real estate investment professionals.
The Editorial Board of JREPM is interested in expanding the frontiers of scholarly research in real estate investment and portfolio management and is willing to work with any potential author who is developing new and exciting ideas appropriate for publication in the Journal.
The Journal of Housing Research (JHR) is a publication of the American Real Estate Society (ARES). As the primary goal, the Journal seeks to serve as an outlet for empirical and theoretical research related to housing markets including, but not limited to, the economics of housing markets, residential brokerage, transaction outcomes (price, time on market, probability of transaction), home mortgage finance and mortgage markets, and international issues. JHR publishes high-level research from both core business and urban studies researchers. The Journal of Housing Research is published with the generous and ongoing support of Fannie Mae.
The Journal of Real Estate Literature (JREL) is a publication of the American Real Estate Society (ARES). It is different from most academic journals in that it is composed of several sub-sections with different purposes. While these have changed over time, the current format of the journal contains the following sub-sections: (1) Review Articles, which provide an overall understanding of what has been done in the past on a particular area within real estate, and what should be done in the future; (2) International Articles, which share research from under-developed markets and in regions of the world where ARES sister societies do not exist and service with their own journals; (3) Data, Methods, and Technology, which promotes real estate research through sharing with authors where to find data to help carry out their studies; demonstrates how to conduct methodologies that are commonly enough used to be relevant to a wide readership, but not so common that the methodology need not be explained; and shares the latest in technological breakthroughs to keep readers up-to-date; and (4) Book Reviews, provided in the final section. JREL articles have historically been heavily cited and are a great way to increase your visibility in the field.
The Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education (JREPE) is a publication of the American Real Estate Society (ARES). The Journal's purpose is to stimulate research in real estate practice and education and to encourage excellence in training and teaching. An ARES goal is to be an essential source of information and ideas regarding the practice and teaching of real estate in areas such as development, finance, management, market analysis, marketing, and valuation.
The Editorial Board of JREPE is interested in expanding the frontiers of scholarly research in real estate practice and education and is willing to work with any potential author who is developing new and exciting ideas appropriate for publication in the Journal.
The Journal of Sustainable Real Estate (JOSRE) is a publication of the American Real Estate Society (ARES). JOSRE publishes research relevant to all stakeholders in the built environment. Applied research examining how improved energy efficiency, environmental improvement inside buildings, resource conservation, environmental remediation, urban design, technology, property valuation, and related topics facilitates the potential for improved human productivity, reduced carbon footprint, more livable urban form and related positive externalities. JOSRE’s research connects across architecture, construction, economics, environmental studies, finance, law, marketing, management, real estate, transportation, and urban planning disciplines. JOSRE’s publications move the globe towards a more sustainable world through cross-disciplinary research and study.
Like other journals, JOSRE uses a double-blind review process and has high academic standards. Unlike other journals, we post cases and industry resources useful for those who teach or want to learn more about sustainability. We encourage the use of color in graphs and live resource links in our journal articles.
The Editors of The Journal of Sustainable Real Estate are dedicated to working with scholars in existing and emerging markets to produce high quality papers to expand knowledge in the field of sustainability and the built environment.