An Industry Profile of Corporate Real Estate
Corporate real estate is increasingly becoming an area of emphasis for real estate professionals and academics, particularly in asset management. Using balance sheet data on real estate corporate holdings, total assets, and firm marketing values from 1984-1991, this article provides an analysis of real estate holdings both by industry sector and asset subtype. Industry rank order by gross value of total real estate holdings and asset subtype, real estate as a percent of assets, and real estate relative to market value of the firm are presented in this study, as is the growth in corporate real estate holdings.
Volume (Year): 8 (1993)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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