Wayne Archer, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, Warrington College of Business; Executive Director, Bergstrom Center For Real Estate Studies; First Union Faculty Fellow. Ph.D. Indiana University 1974, M.S. Wichita State University 1968, B.A. Westmar College 1963.
Courses Taught: REE 6045 - Introduction to Real Estate, REE 6208 - Secondary Mortgage Markets and Securitization, and REE 6948 - Capstone Seminar and Applied Project.
David C. Ling, Ph.D.
McGurn Professor of Real Estate, Department of Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, Warrington College of Business; Director, Master of Science - Real Estate Program (MSRE). Ph.D. Ohio State University 1984, MBA Ohio State University 1977.
Courses Taught: REE 6045 - Introduction to Real Estate, and REE 6395 - Investment Property Analysis.
Kent Malone, Ph.D.
Interdisciplinary Master's degrees from the School of Business (MSRE) and the School of Design, Construction and Planning (MSBC).
Courses Taught: REE 3043 - Real Estate Analysis; REE 4303 - Real Estate Investment Decision Making; REE 6930 - Construction Methods and Materials; and FREC Course I - the online real estate pre-licensing course.
Jeffrey R. Dollinger, Esquire
Graduate of the University of Florida College of Law in 1986 and the University of Florida School of Accounting in 1981. Adjunct Professor at the University of Florida College of Law teaching classes in the study of real property law since 2001. Shareholder in Scruggs & Carmichael, P.A. in Gainesville, Florida since 1992, and practice areas include litigation involving title, boundary, access to real property, lender and creditor rights; and real property development.
Courses Taught: BUL 6515 – Law of Real Estate Transactions
Don Emerson, Jr., MAI, SRA
B.S.B.A. University of Florida 1975, M.A. University of Florida 1979.
Mr. Emerson serves as Chief Appraiser and President of Emerson Appraisal Company, Inc. He has been in the commercial real estate appraisal business in Florida since 1974 and has a wide range of experience in all types of retail, office, industrial, apartment, agricultural and special use properties. Mr. Emerson is also a national instructor for the Appraisal Institute and regularly teaches the advanced appraisal courses and various seminars throughout the United States. His specialty areas include commercial real estate consulting, appraisal review, litigation appraisal and income property analysis with complicated cash flow problems and/or issues.
Courses Taught: REE 6105 – Real Estate Appraisal