Jane Londerville is a retired Associate Professor in the Real Estate and Housing major in the B.Comm. program at the University of Guelph where she managed the program, taught and did research from 1993-2015. She has been involved in real estate research and consulting for over 35 years; prior to entering academia, she worked for Woods Gordon (now Ernst and Young) in real estate consulting. She was an expert witness to the House of Commons Budget Committee and the Senate Committee on Banking and Finance regarding mortgage finance and insurance in 2012.
Over time Jane has completed many consulting and research projects. A few examples include:
• a report on Mortgage Insurance in Canada for the Macdonald Laurier Institute http://www.macdonaldlaurier.ca/mortgageinsurance/
• A Review of the IPO Literature and Preliminary Analysis of Canadian REIT IPO Pricing, Canadian Journal of Administrative Studies (2002)
• Housing Policy Targeting Homelessness: Background Report to the State of Homelessness 2014; prepared for the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness (with Marion Steele).
Her academic qualifications include an MBA from Harvard University and PhD studies in Urban Land Economics at the University of British Columbia.