Dustin C. Read

Dustin C. Read

Dustin C. Read

Associate Professor of Property Management / William and Mary Alice Park, Jr. Fellow of Real Estate

Office

Wallace Hall, Room 240
295 West Campus Dr
Blacksburg, VA 24061

Phone

540-231-0773

Email

Expertise

  • Asset Management
  • Property Management
  • Public Policy

Professional Activities

  • President of Alpha Sigma Gamma, Honorary Society of the American Real Estate Society
  • NAIOP Education Committee
  • IREM Education Committee
  • American Real Estate Society
  • Urban Affairs Association
  • Housing Educators Research Association 

Education

  • PhD in Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • JD, University of Missouri School of Law
  • MA in Real Estate, University of Florida
  • BS in Business Administration, Truman State University

Research Interests

    Awards and Honors

    IREM Academy of Authors Inductee (2018).

    American Real Estate Society (2018). Practitioner Research Award. “Innovation districts at the crossroads of the entrepreneurial city and the sustainable city.” Co-authored with Andrew Sanderford.

    American Real Estate Society (2017). Best Paper, Mixed-Use Development Category. “Innovation districts at the crossroads of the entrepreneurial city and the sustainable city.” Co-authored with Andrew Sanderford.

    American Real Estate Society (2017). Practitioner Research Award. “Working effectively with asset managers and institutional owners in the multifamily housing industry.” Co-authored with Erin Hopkins and Rosemary Carucci Goss.

    William and Mary Alice Park, Jr. Faculty Fellowship

    Selected Publications

    Articles

    Zillante, A., Read, D.C., & Seiler, M.J. (In Press). Using prospect theory to better understand the impact of uncertainty on real estate negotiations. Journal of Real Estate Research.

    Read, D.C., Skuzinski, T., & Sanderford, A.R. (In Press). Increasing the understanding of fiscal impact analysis to help real estate developers more effectively manage process risk. Journal of Real Estate Literature.

    Read, D.C., & Leland, S.M. (2019). A gendered perspective on local economic development: Differences in the perceived importance of public services in the business recruitment process. Administration & Society, 51(2), 175-196.

    Read, D.C., Leland, S., & Pope, J. (2019) Views from the field: Economic developers’ perceptions about public-private real estate partnerships. Urban Affairs Review, DOI: 10.1177/1078087418824712.

    Read, D.C., & Carswell, A. (2018). Is property management viewed as a valued-added professional service? Property Management, DOI: 10.1108/PM-05-2018-0034.

    Read, D.C., & Sanderford, A. (2018). Sustaining sustainability in large real estate investment management firms. Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 24(1), 19-33.

    Read, D.C., & Sanderford, A. (2017). Innovation districts at the crossroads of the entrepreneurial city and the sustainable city. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 9(1), 131-152.

    Read, D.C., & Sanderford, A. (2017). Examining five common criticisms of mixed-income housing development found in the existing real estate, public policy and urban planning literatures. Journal of Real Estate Literature, 25(1), 31-48.

    Sanderford, A.R., Read, D.C., Xu, W. & Boyle, K. (2017). Obtaining differentiation premiums in the presence of fee regulation in the residential real estate appraisal industry. Housing Policy Debate, 27(5),698-711.

    Hughen, W.K., & Read, D.C. (2017). Analyzing form-based zoning’s ability to stimulate mixed-use development in different economic environments. Land Use Policy, 61, 1-11.

    Sponsored Research

    NAIOP Foundation, 2018, “Changing suburban office parks.”

    National Affordable Housing Management Association and the Consortium for Housing and Asset Management, 2018, “Balancing the mission and the margin in the affordable housing space.”

    City of Charlotte, NC, 2018. “Impact analysis of growth and development: An examination of the benefits derived by municipal governments and the limitations.”

    Institute for Real Estate Management, 2017. “Refining the real estate asset management process.”