Traditional studies of the property market have tended to focus solely on commercial and legal issues, but the growing importance of the issue of sustainability means that a different approach is needed.
This new textbook provides an overview of property within a market context, examining the complex nature of property rights and issues related to both investors and occupiers. At the same time it assesses property from the perspective of financial, social and environment sustainability. Topics covered range from the characteristics of property and depreciation, to ownership and development through to investments and sustainability reporting. The book concludes with key skills in sustainable knowledge needed by those working in the real estate industry.
Written by an author team of experienced property professionals, this essential introductory textbook is well suited for property, planning and architecture students on undergraduate, graduate and conversion courses, as well as those on CPD and training programmes in related areas.
1. Introduction 2. Background And Orientation 3. Culture, Markets And Institutions 4. Real Estate Market Mechanisms 5. Methods Of Ownership In The Property Market 6. Sustainability 7. Property Investment Decisions 8. Decision Making And Sustainability 9. Responsible Property Investment 10. Real Estate And Shear Zones 11. Portrait Of Place 12. Sustainability Balanced Scorecard Which Aligns Real Estate With Business 13. Introduction To The Big Conversation 14. Sustainable Leadership 15. Sustainability Skills
The Natural and Built Environment Series is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Ideal for core learning, each book provides a comprehensive account of a key area in planning and environmental sustainability.