Randy Anderson, Howard Phillips Eminent Scholar Chair in the Dr. P. Phillips Institute for Research and Education in Real Estate, and Nico B. Rottke, who is currently serving as an adjunct Professor of Global Capital Markets, were appointed to the editorial board of the Homburg-Oxford University Press. The pair will serve on the board for five years.

Anderson and Rottke are both widely regarded as experts in real estate capital markets. In addition to serving as an adjunct at UCF, Rottke is the founder and executive director of the Real Estate Management Institute (REMI) of European Business School. He holds the Aareal Endowed Chair of Real Estate Investment and Finance at EBS University in Wiesbaden, Germany. In turn, Anderson has served as an adjunct at EBS University.

This appointment extends the partnership between of UCF and EBS and ensures that two of the fastest growing real estate programs in America and Europe continue to join forces to gain international prominence.

The Homburg-Oxford University Press is launching the Advances in Real Estate book series in 2012. The goal is to publish two books each year with a volume of 300 pages. The new book series will encourage a multi-disciplinary and international approach to current and emerging issues in real estate and will cover a variety of topics such as: appraisal and valuation, architecture and design, banking and financial services, building technology and construction, business management in real estate, engineering, project management, law and regulation, real estate development, spatial planning, surveying, and urban economics. Specifically, topics that integrate complementary disciplinary perspectives and those that take an international or international comparative perspective will be addressed.