The Real Estate Market in Kiev: History and Issues

Summer 2002, Vol 27, No 2 Abstract: This paper includes a brief history of the real estate market in Kiev, Ukraine, and a discussion of the unique considerations facing participants in this market. Because of problems with legal and financial institutions in Ukraine, real estate markets have developed slowly. The focus of the paper is on […]

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    Gary Roseman 

Preface: Case Studies On The Interface Of Technology And The Real Estate Industry

Summer 2002, Vol 27, No 2 features Abstract: This article serves as an introduction to three case studies illustrating the use of technology in the real estate indus-try. The proliferation of information technology has had a significant impact on the economy and as a result, had a profound influence on the corporate real estate market. Technology […]

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    John McMahan, CRE 

CASE STUDY: GREYFIELDS AS AN EMERGING SMART GROWTH OPPORTUNITY WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR ADDED SYNERGIES THROUGH A UNIQUE MIX OF USES

Summer 2002, Vol 27, No 2 Abstract: Greyfields are failing regional and super regional malls located in inner city and first-ring suburbs. Mixed-use rede-velopment on these sites has the potential to benefit local and regional communities as well as provide for sustainable, long-term, economic returns to investors. The proposed design concept incorporates green design with a […]

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    David C. Bucher

CASE STUDY: BOSTON PROPERTIES

Summer 2002, Vol 27, No 2 Abstract: The first in a series of three case studies examining the use of technology in real estate management, this study analyzes the use of information technology in the property management and tenant services operations of Boston Properties. By implementing an Internet-based tenant services application in more than 120 of […]

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    John McMahan

CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODE §3110.5: IS THE CURE WORSE THAN THE DISEASE?

Summer 2002, Vol 27, No 2 Abstract: Seeking to cure perceived slow payment practices by owners, the California Legislature may have created an ineffective cure that is worse than this infrequent disease by enacting Civil Code §3110.5. This new statute was sponsored by the Construction Employers’ Association, supported by several subcontractor associations, and passed through the […]

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    Robert J. 'Mike' Cathcart
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    Bryan C. Jackson

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