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Introduction

  • David Isaac
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Part of the Macmillan Building and Surveying Series book series (BASS)

Abstract

A property or building can be owner-occupied or rented, i.e. an investment property. In the present market (1993) it may of course be vacant, resulting from being surplus to the owner’s requirements or a poor investment! From the beginning it should be noted that a large proportion of property is owner-occupied, but most of the texts and theories are applied to an investment market. The commercial property industry is a relatively young one in terms of the realisation that profit can be earned by producing and renting space.

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© D. W. L. Isaac 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • David Isaac
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  1. 1.School of Land and Construction ManagementUniversity of GreenwichUK

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