Talk of a housing bubble is starting to rear its ugly head, as reminders of the last market crash still linger. Media coverage has been extensive over the past several months. In particular, a couple of recent articles in the Orange County Register caught my attention, one by Jonathan Lansner, and another by Jeff Collins. … Continue reading Is There Another Price Bubble on the Horizon?
PACE ia an acronym for Property Assessed Clean Energy, a relatively new and somewhat innovative financing mechanism for energy efficiency, renewable energy and water conservation projects (think insulation, replacement windows and photo-voltaic solar systems as typical examples). While PACE is effectively a loan, it is repaid as an assessment on an owner’s property tax bill, … Continue reading PACE Financing: History and Value Ramifications
James Doti joined the faculty of Chapman University (then Chapman College) in 1974, founded the Anderson Center for Economic Research in 1978.