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Welcome to UST Libraries' Guide for: Real Estate and Housing Industry Resources!
Welcome Researchers! This guide has been designed to provide you with annotated links to resources related to the real estate development, construction, sales, and rental industries. Within the guide you will find a mix of subscription databases, government data, academic sources, and industry trade association information.
The content found here has been selected by UST Librarians and is geared towards University of St. Thomas faculty and students studying real estate related topics. Please contact John Heintz (firstname.lastname@example.org/651-962-4646), or any of the other USTLibraries' Business Librarians listed below, if you have any questions or would like help with a project.
IBISWorld Industry Market Research Reports provide in-depth industry analysis for 700+ U.S. industries and hundreds of international industries. Searchable by keyword, company name, and NAICS codes. Reports average 25-30 pages and contain key statistics, market characteristics, segmentation, industry conditions, industry performance, key competitors, key factors, and industry outlook. UST’s subscription also includes industry-level coverage of U.S. states, Canada, China, and Global reports. Restricted to current UST students, faculty, and staff only.
Even on campus you must login with UST username and password.
Data-Planet allows users to retrieve statistics & data, and create tables, charts, & maps from a variety of sources. Holdings for the United States are significant, with some data available at state, county, or local geographies, including daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual time series varying by metric. International data are at the country level, and include the enhanced China Data Center. Data are organized by subject and source; users can browse by folders or keyword search.
Subject categories include: Banking, Finance, and Insurance; Criminal Justice and Law; Education; Energy Resources and Demand; Food and Agriculture; Government and Politics; Health and Vital Statistics; Housing and Construction; Industry and Commerce; International; Labor and Employment; Natural Resources and Environment; Population and Income; Prices and Cost of Living; Stocks and Commodities; Transportation and Travel. Java must be enabled to use this database.