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  • Real Estate Industry In The Rental Market

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    Real Estate Industry in the Rental Market Abstract “Real estate is land, all of the natural parts of land such as trees and water, and all permanently attached improvements such as fences and buildings. People use real estate for a wide variety of purposes, including retailing, offices, manufacturing, housing, ranching, farming, recreation, worship, and entertainment.” ( In order to more specifically focus on a specific area of real estate this discussion will deal with the housing

  • Development Of Godrej Properties In The Real Estate Construction Industry

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    Godrej Properties Limited was established as the first development organization to have ISO certification. Godrej Properties, is among the nation's top three real estate construction industry, while continuing being the trusted name in the real estate industry. We brings the ideology of Godrej Group of modernization and splendor to the real estate business. Our goal is to deliver an amazing value to all shareholders through unprecedented and inventive spaces created out of powerful client focus and understanding

  • Real Estate Industry

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    Introduction Real estate is a fixed, tangible and immovable asset in form of houses or commercial property (Seldin & Richard 1985). Real estate market involves developing, renting, selling/purchasing and renovating of these assets (houses). Market participants includes developers (contractors, engineers, and so on), facilitators (mortgage companies, real estate brokers, banks, management agents and so on), owners, renters (leasers) and renovators (Seldin & Richard 1985). Like other economic markets

  • Real Estate Development in the Ski Industry

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    Real Estate Development in the Ski Industry The NH ski industry has been a part of my life since day one. I literally have grown up at the bottom of the slopes of Dartmouth Skiiway. I have been a racer all my life and have for years had my fair share of extensively traveling NH mountains and sampling all that the NH ski industry has had to offer. It was not until recently that I have come to understand that my beloved ski mountains are also well entrenched in environmental issues. Being a resource

  • Changing Locational Factors of Manufacturing Industry

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    Changing Locational Factors of Manufacturing Industry In the 20th century the factors affecting the location of industry within the UK changed. This can be seen as a change from an emphasis on physical factors affecting the location of manufacturing industries, such as raw materials, to an emphasis on more human and economic factors, such as labour and transport. The growth of manufacturing in the UK began in the 18th and 19th centuries during the Industrial Revolution, making Great Britain

  • Cluster based Economic development

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    1. THE CONCEPT – INDUSTRIAL ESTATE 1.1. The phrase "industrial estate", is frequently used and alternatively known as designated area - industrial district, park, special economic zone in the industrial development activity. The attractiveness and competitiveness of the industrial estates are much dependable on geographical area with high developed infrastructure facilities provided for and thus a conducive environment is created to attract any businesses of an industrial nature from small and medium

  • Economic Development In Singapore

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    Singapore is the modern economic success of a country’s ability to transform from a third world nation to become a first world nation. Today, Singapore holds the rank as the world’s highest GDP to trade ratio and also the world’s third largest GDP per capita. Added to the fact that it only takes less than 60 years for Singapore to obtain its status today with little natural resources, the economic success of the nation is truly admirable and sets an good example to the current developing countries

  • The Influence of Government on Country Industries and the Commercial Sector

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    sectors by using the competition law policy that apply to all economic agents such as commercial supply of goods and services , production and financial resources. for example the case study from automotive industry in India where the government was taking part in helping develop the automotive industry by supporting fund to whoever can come up with the best research. Government can also actually decrease the import barrier (import tax) to create the competition between the foreign firm and domestic firm

  • Hong Kong: Special Administrative Region

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    HONG KONG: UNDERSTANDING SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION A Special Administrative Region (SAR) was established in China via Article 31 of the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China in 1982. Hong Kong and Macau are currently the only two SARs. Article 31 allows “the state” being China, to establish special administrative regions when necessary. SARs are their own administrative regions and have their own chief executive. They also have their own basic law, which state they are local administrations

  • Essay On Industrialization

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    economic growth in many countries. Industrialization has been emphasized as the major thrust area for economic development. Industries has been envisaged as not only the harbinger of economic growth, but they are also been viewed as a means to reduce regional disparity. The thrust of the Gujarat Industrial Development Corporations has been to plan and implement industrial estates in backward regions to achieve economic and social development. The underlying assumption has been that the industrial development