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Fred Forgey, Ph.D.

Fred Forgey
Chair & Associate Professor of Public Administration and Real Estate Development


  • PHD - Texas Tech University - Land Use Planning Mgmt Design
  • MBA - University North Texas - Business Administration
  • BBA - University Texas-Arlington - Real Estate
Dr. Forgey is the Chair of Public Administration and Real Estate Development Department and the Director of the Terry W. Stiles School of Real Estate Development at the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University.
REE 5878 Real Estate Development Process: Part I
REE 5880 Real Estate Finance
REE 5887 Real Estate Investments
REE 5891 Financial Concepts and Analysis for Real Estate

Thomas Tworoger, Fred Forgey, & Silvia Orta Entrepreneurs in Cuba: Exploration through experiential learning. Advances In Research Symposium 2019.

Entrepreneurs in Cuba: Exploration through experiential learning , Advance in Business Research Symposium, 2019, Fort Smith, Arkansas

Case Study: Creating Graduate Programs in Sustainability, Seventh International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 2011, Hamilton, New Zealand

Fred Forgey & Andrew Whittemore (2014). Where is What Called Sustainability? A Survey of Policies Ostensibly and Explicitly Linked to Sustainability in the United States. Planning Practice and Research 29(4), pp. 405-425.

Fred Forgey & James Johnson (2013). Obstacles to Accuracy in Commercial Real Property Tax Appraisal: A Survey of Appraisers. Journal of Property Tax Assessment & Administration 10(3), pp. 15-38.

Fred Forgey, Jennifer Evans-Cowley, & Ronald Rutherford (2005). The Effect of Development Impact Fees on Land Values. Growth and Change 36(1), pp. 100-112.

Fred Forgey & Matthew Cypher (2003). Eminent Domain: An Evaluation Based on Criteria Relating to Equity, Effectiveness and Efficiency. Urban Affairs Review 39(2), pp. 254-268.

Fred Forgey, Marcus Allen, Sheri Faircloth, & Ronald Rutherford (2003). Salesperson Compensation and Performance in the Housing Market. The Journal of the Academy of Finance 1(2), pp. 62-71.

Fred Forgey & Adam Hamilton (2000). University-Affiliated Housing Communities for Senior Citizens. Seniors Housing and Care Journal 8(1), pp. 26-30.

Fred Forgey, Walter Mullendore, & Ronald Rutherford (1997). Market Structure int he Residential Real Estate Brokerage Market. The Journal of Real Estate Research 14(2), pp. 107-115.

Fred Forgey, Michael Hall, & Ronald Rutherford (1997). The Relationship between Listing Price and Selling Price for Residential Property Sales. Australian Land Economics Review 3(1), pp. 8-12.

Fred Forgey & Paul Goebel (1996). Measuring the Influence of Location on Shopping Centre Space Selection: A reply to Adams and Matysiak. Journal of Property Research 13(2), pp. 179-82.

Fred Forgey, Thomas Springer, & Ronald Rutherford (1996). Search and Liquidity in Single-Family Housing. Real Estate Economics: Journal of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association 24(3), pp. 273-292.

Fred Forgey, Paul Goebel, & Benny Nixon (1995). Addressing Tenant Site Selection to Maintain Shopping Center Success. Economic Development Review 13(2), pp. 56-59.

Fred Forgey & Paul Goebel (1995). The Use of Locational Factors by Tenants in Shopping Centre Selection. Journal of Property Research 12(2), pp. 149-56.

Fred Forgey, Ronald Rutherford, & Michael VanBuskirk (1994). Effect of Foreclosure Status on Residential Selling Price. The Journal of Real Estate Research 9(3), pp. 313-18.

Fred Forgey, Ronald Rutherford, & Paul Goebel (1993). Implicit Liquidity Premiums in the Disposition of RTC Assets. The Journal of Real Estate Research 8(3), pp. 257-73.

Fred Forgey (1993). Tax Increment Financing: Equity, Effectiveness, and Efficiency. Municipal Year Book 1993, pp. 25-33.

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