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  • Author(s) Graeme Newell / Karen Sieracki
  • Edition1
  • Published4th December 2009
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405151283
To operate effectively in today?s dynamic global real estate
markets, it is essential to understand the complex processes that
underpin them. This up-to-date work, which brings together
contributions from industry and academic experts from around the
world, is a valuable corollary to effective investment
decision-making within the property sector and will be of interest
to post-graduate property students, researchers and practising real
estate investors.

Recent years have seen some rapid developments in the global
scale and structure of real estate markets. Such transformations
have been paralleled by significant changes in the financial
structures, and processes that serve these markets, including
sophisticated new investment and finance structures and products.
Examples of these include the real estate investment trusts (REIT)
products that have been developed in USA, Europe and Asia, the
range of unlisted products emerging in UK and Europe, and the
innovative financing structures being developed in many
countries.


Global Trends in Real Estate Finance addresses this
emerging complexity and sophistication in contemporary real estate
markets by discussing the history, merits and implications of a
range of products and processes. Also examined are the changes in
the practices and environment needed to ensure the success of these
property products, including increased disclosure, corporate
governance, market transparency and improved skills base.


Chapters are written by leading international contributors, both
academic and practitioner. The context is explicitly international,
with a focus on UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and the USA. The aim is
to identify specific market areas to describe the key innovations,
rather than simply providing a description of various geographical
markets.

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  • Author(s) Graeme Newell / Karen Sieracki
  • Edition1
  • Published4th December 2009
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405151283
To operate effectively in today?s dynamic global real estate
markets, it is essential to understand the complex processes that
underpin them. This up-to-date work, which brings together
contributions from industry and academic experts from around the
world, is a valuable corollary to effective investment
decision-making within the property sector and will be of interest
to post-graduate property students, researchers and practising real
estate investors.

Recent years have seen some rapid developments in the global
scale and structure of real estate markets. Such transformations
have been paralleled by significant changes in the financial
structures, and processes that serve these markets, including
sophisticated new investment and finance structures and products.
Examples of these include the real estate investment trusts (REIT)
products that have been developed in USA, Europe and Asia, the
range of unlisted products emerging in UK and Europe, and the
innovative financing structures being developed in many
countries.


Global Trends in Real Estate Finance addresses this
emerging complexity and sophistication in contemporary real estate
markets by discussing the history, merits and implications of a
range of products and processes. Also examined are the changes in
the practices and environment needed to ensure the success of these
property products, including increased disclosure, corporate
governance, market transparency and improved skills base.


Chapters are written by leading international contributors, both
academic and practitioner. The context is explicitly international,
with a focus on UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and the USA. The aim is
to identify specific market areas to describe the key innovations,
rather than simply providing a description of various geographical
markets.

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