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Critical essay on a current real estate law issue (broadly defined)

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SUBJECT: Real Estate Law
For this assignment, students are required to write a critical essay on a current real estate law issue (broadly defined) based on at least three journalistic articles that cover related issues.
Students receive failing grades for:
Source characteristics
Conforming publications. Sources must be from at least three of the following sources:
New York Times
Wall Street Journal
Washington Post
Financial Times
The Economist
Once you have the three sources, additional sources are also acceptable. We will discuss how to assess their reliability.
Other conforming source requirements.
No more than three months old.
Contain reporting.
Be at least 800 words long, or about two screens if pulled up on the Web.
Nonconforming sources. These sources are not acceptable:
New York or Tri-State area-specific articles.
Articles all focused on a single state or a single country (other than US or China)
Business-focused articles primarily concerned with the direction of the real estate market, new construction techniques or other topics with little relation to legal issues.
Opinion pieces without significant reporting.
Service articles focused on how-to issues, such as how to buy a foreclosed house or how to apply for a mortgage modification.
Soft features consisting of personal stories (e.g. interviews with people flooded out by a hurricane).
Articles assigned for class.
Court cases, including judicial opinions.
Times Topic pages.
The Real Deal (excellent publication for RE professionals, but deal- and NYC-centric).
Crain’s New York Business (excellent publication for RE professionals, but NYC-centric).
Accessing sources behind paywalls. The bulk of the material is behind paywalls, although some sources have free limited content on the Web. You can get a free online New York Times subscription via the Baruch library. As noted in the Skills slides, articles should be accessible through the search box using your Baruch library account.
Citing sources. Cite sources using Purdue OWL?s APA Reference List: Electronic Sources (Web Publications) (scroll down to Newspaper Article), including URLs with live links, including:
Please also provide Digital Object Identifier (DOI), when available from the Baruch database.
DOIs or URLs that do not direct the reader to the specific article cited, but instead to the Baruch library database homepage, database homepages within the Baruch library website (e.g. Factiva) or publication homepages (e.g. www.nytimes.com) are not acceptable.
Resources to browse for a topic. If you are not sure of what you want to write on, you can browse high-quality articles in these sources:
New York Times Times Topics (often easier to find relevant Times Topic through a Google site search).
New York Times commercial real estate homepage.
Wall Street Journal commercial real estate page homepage.
Thesis requirements
Argumentative thesis running 1-2 sentences. See Purdue OWL for examples. Make an argument, not “X is good,” or “Y is bad.”
Cover a real estate law issue, broadly defined. Here are some illustrations of real estate law areas that may generate worthwhile theses. There are many more possible topics, and international topics are welcome.
mortgage modifications, foreclosures, servicing or insurance;
environmental law (water use, wetlands, permitting, mineral extraction);
flood insurance, coastal zone or flood plain management;
financial regulation (reserve requirements, consumer lending rules, mortgage broker regulation)
Not on:
A New York or Tri-State area topic.
An issue relating to a single state or country, other than the US or China (comparisons across several states or countries are welcome).
Eminent domain.
Squatters’ rights or adverse possession.
Real estate market-oriented issues.
Dodd-Frank’s Qualified Mortgage or Qualified Residential Mortgage regulations.
A topic you are writing or speaking on for another course.

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