Corporate Real Estate Management: Evidence from German Companies
Based on a conceptual framework of factors representing and influencing corporate real estate management, this study is the first to be performed on the topic in Germany. The research shows that, despite their significant value and associated costs, real estate assets are at present seriously undermanaged by the vast majority of German companies. It seems that the international "bandwagon" toward active real estate management has not yet reached German firms. However, in some companies the function is evolving into a recognized management activity that requires a more formal and systematic approach.
Volume (Year): 17 (1999)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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