Reinventing Real Estate
Urban Land Institute, 1995 - Architecture - 70 pages
Looks at the emerging trends and issues in the real estate industry and predicts economic conditions and the impact they will have on each sector of the market. The text focuses on improving the value of managing and repositioning existing real estate assets.
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