It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
This guide highlights resources for real estate research, in particular the databases and materials at the Jack Brause Library.
Learn how to quickly access real estate journals, magazines, and newspapers via links on the real estate research guide, or by searching the library catalog (at 3:07), and visiting the Business Library articles page (at 4:25).
Learn about library resources for conducting real estate market analyses, including mapping tools (at 0:30) such as PolicyMap and SimplyAnalytics, market report sources (at 6:39), and additional databases (at 7:28)
Learn how to access a number of financial databases via the Business Library, including S&P NetAdvantage (at 0:58), Mergent (at 1:47), and Thomson ONE (at 2:36), as well as how to get additional help (at 4:08)
Six short videos that provide a basic introduction to accessing library resources and getting help for SPS students. Topics covered: welcome to the libraries, library catalog, finding articles, citation management basics and RefWorks, research guides, and Google Scholar.
Learn which grab-and-go documents from our business databases are most useful for Stern and SPS assignments: SWOT analyses (at 7 min), analyst reports (11 min), industry reports (12 min), market research reports (15 min), and statistics (20 min). Log into your NYU Zoom via "SSO" to view.
These guides have been created by the Business Library team and other library specialists to help jumpstart your research.
LinkedIn Learning is an online video training library with over one hundred thousand expert-led videos and thousands of courses. NYU community members can use LinkedIn Learning in connection with their LinkedIn account to learn the latest tools, software, and techniques in business, digital media, design, photography, animation, development, and more. Access to LinkedIn Learning is available in the Academics and Worktabs of NYUHome as well as through this link.
Formerly Lynda.com, LinkedIn Learning provides the same services and access to resources via the LinkedIn platform.