Dr Judith Callanan is Program Director for the Property & Valuation programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level within the School of Property, Construction & Project Management.
Areas of student research that Judith has worked in are the following areas:
Management of special purpose facilities, such as Airports
Stigma, and the affect on the property market
Effect of HVOTLs on property values
Effect of community housing on property values
NZ- Maori Reserved Land Act
- Asset Management
1996 Community Housing Ltd. The effect on property values of having a Community House in your neighbourhood.
1994 New Zealand Institute of Valuers. Changes to the Modal House
1994 Transpower NZ. The effect of High Tension Overhead Transmission Lines on Property Values
1995 – Jan 2001
The AMP Home Mortgage Affordability Index. Published quarterly.
Real Estate Market Outlook Survey: Rural Property Market. Published quarterly.
1996 – Jan 2001
Real Estate Market Outlook Survey: Auckland Commercial Property Market. Published quarterly.
Real Estate Market Outlook Survey: Christchurch Commercial Property Market. Published quarterly.
1997 – Jan 2001
Real Estate Market Outlook Survey: Wellington Commercial Property Market. Published quarterly.
1998 – Jan 2001
The NZ Residential Rental Index. Published quarterly.
Judith's main areas of teaching are within the areas of Property Development and Asset Management.
She joined RMIT after working within the Property industry in senior management roles incorporating property development and asset management of large portfolios including airports.
PhD. Queensland University Technology (QUT), Australia
MBS (Property) awarded with Distinction. Massey University, New Zealand.
PGDipBusAdmin (Property and Valuation), Massey University, New Zealand.
BBS (Property & Valuation). Massey University, New Zealand
AAPI, Associate member. Australian Property Institute, MRICS
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, UK
Past President Property Council of New Zealand (South Island Branch)
1994 Shortland Properties Postgraduate award
1995 NZ Institute of Valuers Postgraduate award
- Callanan, J. (2017). (In Press) Is the effect of high voltage transmission lines undervalued? In: International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 10, 1 - 10
- Callanan, J. (2016). Impact of aerotropolis on urban growth and related commercial activity In: Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Pacific-Rim Real Estate Society Conference (PRRES 2016), Sunshine Coast, Australia, 17-20 January 2016
- Callanan, J.,Eves, C. (2015). Removal of stigma: impact on property values In: Proceedings of the 21st Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18-21 January 2015
- Callanan, J. (2013). A contingent valuation approach to the valuation of high voltage transmission lines In: Proceedings of the 19th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 13-16 January , 2013
- Callanan, J. (2013). The effect of high voltage transmission lines on property values: A contingent valuation approach In: Pacific Rim Property Research Journal, 19, 173 - 186
- Robson, K.,Callanan, J.,Gavanon, M. (2010). Changes in a city over a 50 year period: As seen through the eyes of residents (A case study from Melbourne, Australia) In: Proceedings of the RICS Cobra International Research Conference, 2010, Paris, France, 2-3 September 2010
- Callanan, J. (2010). Are residents willing to pay for the removal of high voltage transmission lines from their neighbourhood? In: RICS International Research Cobra Conference, 2010, Paris, France, 2-3 September 2010
- Evidence-based inquiry into property transfer methodologies (RCP105). Funded by: AHURI National Housing Research Program Grants 2016 from (2016 to 2017)
2 PhD Current Supervisions and 1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions