Chuck Delaney's Professional Page

Currently, I am an Associate Professor of Real Estate in the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. I have been at Baylor for 8 years. My Ph.D is in real estate and was awarded to me by the University of Florida in 1987. My doctoral dissertation chair was Hal Smith. The dissertation was an empirical analysis of the effect of development exactions on new housing prices.

Research Interests

Current research topics include: the effect of high voltage power lines on housing prices; economic implications of growth management and inclusionary housing programs; impact fees and other development exactions, amenity effects and housing prices; pedagogical issues related to the teaching of basic finance principles; and an interdisciplinary project with colleague Kevin Barge, in the Department of Communication Studies, on information seeking strategies employed by appraisers and potential for bias in value estimates.

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