Taylor & Francis
Property has unique characteristics, both as an investment and as an operational holding. A thorough understanding of this dual role is needed by professionals responsible for maximising a property's full potential. Property Asset Management emphasizes the need for a strategic plan in property management as well as for efficient day-to-day practice.
"…covering a great deal of ground…abundance of information in and easily readable and usable form."
"On putting this book down the lasting impression is one of having been in safe and reliable hands….the book is written from a sound base of knowledge backed by a wide practical experience of managing property" - Journal of Property Valuation
Preface. Table of Cases. Table of Statutes. The role and responsibilities of the property manager. Policy formation and implementation. Property performance: evaluation and projection. The computerised office. Costs, expenses and outgoings associated with property interests. Aspects of occupation. Business tenancies. Business tenancies: rent review and third party proceedings. Residential tenancies. Index.