Faculty and ResearchExpert Guide

Walter D'Lima

Walter D'Lima

Assistant Professor
Tibor and Sheila Hollo School of Real Estate

College of Business
Florida International University

FIU Downtown on Brickell
1101 Brickell Avenue, S 1114
Miami, FL 33131-3105

(305) 779-7891
wdlima@fiu.edu

Education

  • Doctor of Business AdministrationPennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania

Areas of Expertise

  • Commercial Real Estate, Information Asymmetry, Institutional Investment, Mortgage Markets, Housing and Urban Economics

Professional Activities

Dr. Walter D’Lima is an Assistant Professor in the Hollo School of Real Estate. Previously, Dr. D’Lima has taught at Old Dominion University and The University of Notre Dame, and earned his PhD from The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. D’Lima’s research focuses on information asymmetry, institutional investment, mortgage markets, real estate, housing and urban economics.

Courses Taught

  • Seminar in International Real Estate

Refereed Journal Articles

D'Lima W., & Lopez L. A.

(2021).

Trustee affiliation and servicer oversight: Evidence from CMBS markets.

Real Estate Economics

, 49(null)

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D’Lima W., & Schultz P.

(2021).

Residential Real Estate Investments and Investor Characteristics.

The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

, 63(null)

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D’Lima W., & Schultz P.

(2020).

Buy-to-Rent Investors and the Market for Single Family Homes.

The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

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Ambrose B. W., Diop M., D’Lima W., & Thibodeau M.

(2019).

Risk and Performance of Mutual Funds’ Securitized Mortgage Investments.

The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

, 59(null)

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Conklin J. N., Diop M., Le T., & D’Lima W.

(2019).

The Importance of Originator-Servicer Affiliation in Loan Renegotiation.

The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

, 59(null)

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Ambrose B. W., Cao C., & D’Lima W.

(2016).

Real Estate Risk and Hedge Fund Returns.

The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics

, 52(null)

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