Andrew Baum is Emeritus Professor at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, where he launched and led the Future of Real Estate Initiative, and is Emeritus Professor at the University of Reading. He is Chairman of Newcore Capital Management, a real estate fund manager focussed on alternatives.
He is an advisor to several mature property organisations and to tech startups. He is also Research and Strategy Partner for PiLabs, Europe’s first PropTech VC.
He holds BSc, MPhil and PhD degrees from the University of Reading, and is a graduate of the London Business School investment management programme, a chartered surveyor and a qualified member of the CFA institute (ASIP). He has held senior positions with Grosvenor, Nuveen, CBRE Global Investors and others.
Baum’s PropTech 3.0: The Future of Real Estate was the most downloaded Saïd Business School report in 2017, and the most downloaded PropTech report on Infabode. Andrew Baum also was winner of the UK PropTech Association Special Achievement award for 2019. He received the International Real Estate Society Achievement Award in 2020.
The seventh edition of The Income Approach to Property Valuation (co-authored with David Mackmin and Nick Nunnington) was published by Routledge in 2017. The second edition of Real Estate Investment: Strategies, Structures, Decisions (co-authored with David Hartzell) was published by Wiley Finance in January 2021. A fourth edition ofProperty Investment Appraisal (co-authored with Neil Crosby and Steven Devaney) was published by Wiley in January 2021. A fourth edition of Real Estate Investment: A Strategic Approach was published by Routledge in September 2022.
Elected Academic Fellow of the Urban Land Institute, 2001
the first such election outside the US.
Elected Fellow of the Society of Property Researchers, 2002
Outstanding Reviewer, Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence, 2010
Elected Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, 2011
Emeritus Professor, University of Reading, 2014
University of Sydney Business School’s Dean’s Citation for Teaching, 2017
Voted one of the top 3 most influential people in PropTech in the Lendinvest list, 2017
UK PropTech Association Special Achievement award, 2019
Elected Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford, 2020
2020 International Real Estate Society Achievement Award, 2020
Honorary doctorate, University College of Estate Management, 2021
Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford, 2021