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Corporate Real Estate Asset Management

By Barry Haynes, Barry Haynes, Nick Nunnington, Nick Nunnington

© 2010 – Estates Gazette

314 pages

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About the Book

It is important for those studying and practicing in real estate and property management to learn to manage property assets effectively, to be able to provide their companies with effective property and facilities solutions. This book raises the awareness of how real estate management can support business, transform the workplace and impact upon people and productivity, ensuring that costs are minimized and profit maximized. Written for advanced undergraduate students on property related courses, it provides them with a rounded understanding by aligning the subject with estates management, facilities management and business strategy.

Case studies and action plans provide real insight and make this book an essential reference for those at the start of their careers in real estate and facilities management.


"This book is primarily written for undergraduate students studying property and asset management and I believe it makes a very useful addition to the available teaching aids available. While pitched at undergraduate and postgraduate students studying within property programmes, it will also be useful to those wishing to gain a background knowledge of this important property discipline. It should, in my view, be essential reading for all business managers and not just those directly involved in the management of business property assets."Clive M J Warren, Property Management Journal

Table of Contents

1. Business Environment 2. Strategic Alignment 3. Procurement Strategies 4. Service Delivery 5. Performance Management 6. Corporate Relocation 7. Workplace 8. Transformation 9. Sustainability and Governance 10. Case Studies

About the Authors

Barry Haynes is a chartered engineer and principle lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Nick Nunnington is head of business development at Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Construction / Estimating