Corporate Real Estate Handbook
Robert A. Silverman
McGraw-Hill, 1987 - Business & Economics - 202 pages
Written for every professional working in the corporate real estate field from senior corporate real estate executives to junior practitioners this valuable book provides the information & know-how necessary to evaluate a company's real estate holdings & to properly manage these often underused & undervalued assets to help cut costs & generate profits. Sixteen experts active in corporate real estate practice draw on their real-life experiences to show readers how to identify properties that are ripe for sale or development, determine value & negotiate the best deals, control costs, choose the right consultants, & diversify into other profitable areas of real estate.
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Choosing Strategic Objectives
Selecting Areas of Real Estate Activity
Implementing Strategic Objectives
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