SABRE - South Alabama Center for Business Analytics, Real Estate, and Economic Development

SABRE - South Alabama Center for Business Analytics, Real Estate, and Economic Development

SABRE utilizes advanced academic expertise and resources to  meet the diverse business needs of public, private, and non-profit companies, governmental agencies, educational institutions, economic development and community organizations. Learn how we can help you achieve your business goals. 

Additionally, SABRE enhances the education of the Gulf Coast region through partnering with Mitchell College of Business faculty and PhD students to pursue wide-ranging research opportunities and delivers hands-on real estate experience for undergraduate students seeking careers in real estate. Learn more about how SABRE propels our community forward. 

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  Latest News
SABRE Cuts June 2022 Commentary by Dr. Reid Cummings
SABRE Cuts June 2022 Commentary by Dr. Reid Cummings
Tuesday - June 28, 2022
The aging of the real estate profession is a troubling trend for an industry that has experienced exponential growth in recent years, but which now faces substantial headwinds in the face of rising interest rates, the most persistently high inflation since the 1970s, and increasing direct competition from blockchain and other digital platforms.
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SABRE Cuts May 2022 Commentary by Dr. Reid Cummings
SABRE Cuts May 2022 Commentary by Dr. Reid Cummings
Tuesday - May 31, 2022
For all of us who live in South Alabama, summertime's approach usually evokes the fondest of memories, awakening the loveliest of images of how wonderful life is on the Gulf Coast during the hottest time of the year!
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SABRE Cuts March 2022 Commentary by Dr. Reid Cummings
SABRE Cuts March 2022 Commentary by Dr. Reid Cummings
Thursday - March 31, 2022
We suspect many of our readers have by now heard of blockchain technology. We also suspect that many may not actually understand what it is and what its vast implications are for the present and future.
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