Corporate Real Estate Outsourcing: A Survey of the Issues
One issue facing corporate real estate managers is how to effectively manage the real estate assets in the current market environment. As the need to cut costs and to emphasize the core business has increased due to current economic conditions, real estate outsourcing of services or the entire project has developed as a way to cut costs and possibly maintain or improve the level of expertise in the management of corporate real estate. This paper examines the issues and problems that may occur when a corporation outsources its corporate real estate function.
Volume (Year): 8 (1993)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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