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Doug McCoy
IU Bloomington

Doug McCoy

Expert Bio

Doug McCoy is the director of the Center for Real Estate Studies, the Al and Shary Oak Director of Real Estate and a teaching professor of finance at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. Before joining the Kelley faculty in 2006, McCoy was involved in real estate development, investment and property management through his firm, Grant Properties in Bloomington, Indiana.

He teaches a variety of courses, including “Introduction to Real Estate Analysis,” “Real Estate Appraisal” and “Real Estate Finance and Investment.” He has been instrumental in bringing a more in-depth teaching of real estate development into the Kelley curriculum and in starting the annual Stan Hunt Real Estate Development Case Competition.

A two-time Kelley graduate, with a bachelor’s degree in accounting in 1983 and an MBA in 1988 (along with a law degree from the Maurer School of Law), McCoy was the Kelley School’s Young Entrepreneur in Residence in 1997.

He also was assistant vice president of finance and a senior leasing representative for Duke Associates in Indianapolis and Cincinnati before returning to Bloomington to start his own company. Several of his investment and development projects have been used as a basis for case studies in the real estate courses.

A Bloomington native, McCoy also was an IU varsity football player from 1979 to 1982. He has successfully completed the Certified Public Accountant’s exam and is a licensed attorney and real estate broker in the state of Indiana.

Areas of Expertise

Real estate, real estate finance, real estate analysis.

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