Dr. Katsiaryna Salavei Bardos
Assistant Professor of Finance
o: Dolan School of Business Rm 2125
Trending: How we live along the waterfront
"Generally, you always see more tear-downs in more valuable locations, and clearly the water is a more valuable location," said Katsiaryna Bardos, an assistant professor of finance at Fairfield University.
Published in the Connecticut Post on 2/27/13
These days, remodeling may add less value to your home
In a housing study, Katsiaryna Salavei, assistant professor of Finance at Fairfield University, found that buyers should consider the redevelopment option of homes before buying them.
Published in the Westport Minuteman on 1/7/10
Professors publish study on value of redevelopment in Greenwich real estate market
A soon-to-be-published study of the Greenwich real estate market found that, historically, up to 10.5 percent of a home's price has reflected the opportunity to redevelop it later. "You're often paying a premium to develop the house, even if you're not planning to do so," said Katsiaryna Salavei, an assistant professor of finance at Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business, who analyzed close to 8,000 single-family home sales in town between 1994 and 2007.
Published in Greenwich Time, Danbury News Times, AllVoices.com on 12/25/09
Greenwich man starts asset management firm
These are challenging times for asset management firms, particularly those that are starting out, according to Katsiaryna Salavei, assistant professor of finance at Fairfield University.
Published in Connecticut Post, Stamford Advocate, Danbury News Times and Greenwich Time on 5/13/09
The positives of community banking
Katsiaryna Salavei, Ph. D., assistant professor of finance, spoke about the benefits of community banks versus big banks, noting that community banks often offer better interest rates and services.
Appeared on News 12 on 4/2/09