Eylul is a Summer Associate working in Clever Real Estate's research department. Eylul is a PhD candidate at Washington University in St. Louis' Memory Lab, studying cognitive psychology, human learning, and memory. Eylul applies her rigorous analytical skills to various real estate research projects at Clever using R and other coding languages. She gathers invaluable insights from large data sets, conducts surveys, and details her findings in succinct reports.
How Climate Change Will Impact Major Cities Across the U.S.
Homeownership is a long-term investment, with the typical mortgage lasting between 15 and 30 years; however, most home buyers don't consider the potential impact of climate change on their most
August 06, 2019
A Timeline of Affordability: How Have Home Prices and Household Incomes Changed Since 1960?
Whether it's a house with a white picket fence in the suburbs or a high-rise apartment in the heart of a vibrant city, owning property is considered part of
July 10, 2019
Exploring Racial Discrimination in Mortgage Lending: A Call for Greater Transparency
Congress enacted The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) in 1975 to combat credit shortages in urban neighborhoods throughout the United States. The government believed that financial institutions contributed to the decline
June 17, 2019