Mallory M. Meehan

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Assistant Clinical Professor of Real Estate, Assistant Director of Institute for Real Estate Studies

Department Risk Management
Office Address 323 Business Building
Phone Number 814-863-1558
Email Address mmm446@psu.edu

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Mallory is a licensed attorney and realtor, with a business background. She focuses on the legal implications on real estate and financial risks when investing in commercial real estate.

Expertise

Implications of local laws on real estate; Tax implications on homeowners and investors; Change in the Retail Sector

Education

MBA, Marketing, Entrepreneurship (Real Estate), Smeal College of Business, 2014

JD, Dickinson School of Law, 2014

BS, Marketing, Finance, Smeal College of Business, 2010

Courses Taught

RM 330W – R EST RISK ANALYS (3)
Risk and value associated with real estate decision making, which includes purchasing, leasing renovation, financing, and investing. The purpose of this course is to demonstrate how value and risk is central to virtually all real estate decision making, including whether and how to lease, buy or mortgage a property acquisition; whether to renovate, refinance, demolish or expand a property; and when and how to divest a property. The goal is to finish the course with a value oriented framework based on a set of valuation and decision making tools that can be applied in a variety of real world situations and to understand industry indicators (external factors) that determine the level of risk associated with real estate ventures.

RM 497 – Special Topics (1)
Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject which may be topical or of special interest.

RM 303 – R Est Fundmntls (3)
Introduction to urban real estate; economic forces affecting property rights; real estate markets and finance; land-use analysis; government policies.

RM 496 – Indep Studies (2)
Creative projects, including research and design, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.