Brano Glumac is a Real Estate Lecturer at Henley Business School.
In research, Brano focuses on automated valuations, real estate investment, asset management and decision support systems for real estate that can provide the full potential of models and available datasets to end-users.
Before joining the University of Reading, Brano worked as a Research Associate at Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research. Before that, he worked as an Assistant Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology. There, his work has received the ERES Award for Best Paper. Brano has also worked as OECD and Lincoln Institute Expert for the Global Compendium of Land Value Capture.
Brano is the lead author of many refereed journal articles and other publications in real estate.
- PhD, Real Estate & Planning, Eindhoven University of Technology
- MSc, Real Estate, Eindhoven University of Technology
- MSc (Dipl.-Ing.), Architecture & Planning, Belgrade University
Refereed Journal Articles:
Glumac, B. (2021). Tiny portable home: Measuring the rental preferences. Cities, 116 (2021) 103279.
Glumac, B. & DesRosiers, F. (2021). Towards a taxonomy for real estate and land automated valuations systems. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, #39(5), pp. 450-463.
Glumac, B. & DesRosiers, F. (2020). Automated Valuations Models (AVMs): their role, their advantages and their limitations. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, #39(5), 481-491.
Glumac, B. & Islam, N. (2020). Housing preferences for adaptive re-use of office and industrial buildings: Demand side. Sustainable Cities and Society, Volume 62, November 2020, 102379.
Glumac, B. & Decoville, A. (2020). Brownfield Redevelopment Challenges: Luxembourg Example. Journal of Urban Planning and Development - ASCE, 146 (2), June 2020.
Glumac, B., Herrera Gomez, M. & Licheron, J. (2019). A Hedonic Urban Land Price Index. Land Use Policy. 81(2019), pp.802-812.
Glumac, B. & Wissink, T. (2018). Homebuyers’ preference for installed PV systems: Discrete choice experiment. Journal of European Real Estate Research, 11(1), pp.102-124.
Glumac, B., Han, Q. & Schaefer, W. (2018). A negotiation decision model for public-private partnerships in brownfield redevelopment. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 45(1), pp. 145-160.
Glumac, B., van Bronkhorst, B. & Janssen, I. (2015). An agent-based model for simulating business land market. Real Estate Research Quarterly, 14(2), pp. 30-37.
Glumac, B., Han, Q., Schaefer, W.F. & Krabben, E. (2015). Negotiation issues in forming public-private partnerships for brownfield redevelopment: applying a game theoretical experiment. Land Use Policy, 47(September 2015), pp. 66-77.
Glumac, B., Oosterbaan, M.A. & Sulla, K. (2015). Implementing energy saving measures: a decision support tool for a corporate property. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 17(2), pp. 4-16.
Glumac, B., Han, Q. & Schaefer, W. F. (2015). Actors’ preferences in the redevelopment of Brownfield: latent class model. Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 141(2): 04014017.
Glumac, B., Reuvekamp, S., Han, Q., & Schaefer, W. F. (2013). Tenant participation in sustainable renovation projects: using AHP and case studies. Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy, 3(11), 16-26.
Glumac, B., Han, Q., Smeets, J.J.A.M. & Schaefer, W. F. (2011). Brownfield redevelopment features: applying Fuzzy Delphi. Journal of European Real Estate Research, 4(2), 145-159.
Real Estate Asset Management
This module explores both practical and strategic aspects of real estate management for commercial property, focussing on asset and property management. It is considered from the perspective of both investors...
This module builds on knowledge of both valuation and investment appraisal methods. It aims to deepen the student's critical understanding and knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of the valuer...
Real Estate Asset Management
Aims: The module explores both practical and strategic aspects of real estate management primarily for commercial property, and examines innovation and change in this area. The subject is considered from...
- Automated Valuations
- Real Estate Investment & Asset Management
- Decision Support Systems