David teaches on the following courses:
- BSc (Hons) Real Estate
- MSc Real Estate Management
He is also a PhD Supervisor and active researcher.
Since moving to BCU external supervisor to many PhD students.
- Higgins, D.,Moore, T. (2016). Mixed tenure housing developments: Salt and pepper versus silo design In: , Sunshine Coast, Australia, 17-20 January 2016
- Moore, T.,Higgins, D. (2016). Influencing urban development through government demonstration projects In: , 56, 9 - 15
- Higgins, D.,Perera, T. (2016). Corporate real estate black swan strategy: Beyond probability and resilience In: , 5, 226 - 247
- Higgins, D.,Moore, T. (2015). What gives to keep that price point? High-density residential developments In: , 21, 37 - 49
- Higgins, D.,Reddy, W. (2015). Examining the performance of commercial property in changing economic conditions In: , Sydney, Australia, 8-10 July 2015
- Higgins, D. (2015). Defining the three Rs of commercial property market performance: return, risk and ruin In: , 33, 481 - 493
- Higgins, D. (2015). Black swan events and property asset management: redefining place and space on global organisations property decisions In: , Zurich, Switzerland, 7-10 September 2015
- Reddy, W.,Higgins, D.,Wakefield, R. (2014). An investigation of property-related decision practice of Australian fund managers In: , 32, 282 - 305
- Higgins, D. (2014). Fires, floods and financial meltdowns: black swan events and property asset management In: , 32, 241 - 255
- Higgins, D. (2014). The value of debt on property investment: Market performance In: , 20, 45 – 54
For more outputs please contact David Higgins
David’s research is industry focused and in the past he has undertaken research for leading Australian property institutions, for example: Commonwealth Bank, Mirvac Group, Westpac Bank and AXISS Australia (Australian Government initiative) and covers a broad spectrum of innovative research, for example: Corporate Real Estate: Private Finance Initiatives, Portfolio Allocation Across the Four Quadrants of the Property Investment Market and the development of an on-line property market forecast model.
Recently, research funding success included an ACFS research project 'Australian Commercial Property Investment Market: Styles, Performance and Funding'.