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Analys och drift och undehållskostnader – påverkande faktorer

Isberg, Kristian (2009) In TVBP VBE820 20092
Construction Management
Civil Engineering (M.Sc.Eng.)
Abstract
Property management tends to be forgotten when the
property market indicates increased rents and
property values. During boom years, the focus has
been on new developments and expanding existing
property portfolios rather than on ‘property
management’. However, as a result of the financial
crisis, the property market is presently in a downturn,
and is marked by falling property prices. As a result,
inefficient property management practices have been
updated and the focus has shifted back towards
operations and maintenance as value-added
measures. A return to the fundamentals of property
management has occurred. For a property manager to
be successful, he or she needs to effectively utilise
their knowledge to manage their... (More)
Property management tends to be forgotten when the
property market indicates increased rents and
property values. During boom years, the focus has
been on new developments and expanding existing
property portfolios rather than on ‘property
management’. However, as a result of the financial
crisis, the property market is presently in a downturn,
and is marked by falling property prices. As a result,
inefficient property management practices have been
updated and the focus has shifted back towards
operations and maintenance as value-added
measures. A return to the fundamentals of property
management has occurred. For a property manager to
be successful, he or she needs to effectively utilise
their knowledge to manage their properties
efficiently. This master thesis aims to provide advice
to property managers and valuers as to best practice
in volatile markets, and give them the knowledge of
how operation and maintenance costs are affected.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate how the
five factors - location, type, owner, age, and area -
affect operating and maintenance costs. (Less)
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Isberg, Kristian
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VBE820 20092
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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TVBP
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TVBP-5394
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Swedish
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3294502
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@misc{3294502,
  abstract     = {Property management tends to be forgotten when the
property market indicates increased rents and
property values. During boom years, the focus has
been on new developments and expanding existing
property portfolios rather than on ‘property
management’. However, as a result of the financial
crisis, the property market is presently in a downturn,
and is marked by falling property prices. As a result,
inefficient property management practices have been
updated and the focus has shifted back towards
operations and maintenance as value-added
measures. A return to the fundamentals of property
management has occurred. For a property manager to
be successful, he or she needs to effectively utilise
their knowledge to manage their properties
efficiently. This master thesis aims to provide advice
to property managers and valuers as to best practice
in volatile markets, and give them the knowledge of
how operation and maintenance costs are affected.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate how the
five factors - location, type, owner, age, and area -
affect operating and maintenance costs.},
  author       = {Isberg, Kristian},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {TVBP},
  title        = {Analys och drift och undehållskostnader – påverkande faktorer},
  year         = {2009},
}