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Running a Flat Management Company von Nigel G Cox (Autor)
Jordans Ltd, Auflage: 4 (April 2004). Auflage: 4 (April 2004). Softcover. 23,2 x 15 x 1,8 cm. A jargon-free book, written for directors and secretaries of flat management companies. It provides practical guidance and clear answers to such questions asWhat does a director or secretary need to do? What practical financial arrangements should be made? What meetings must be held, minutes taken and records kept? A star-rating system shows which tasks can be performed by the company secretary and when professional advisers should be approached for help. Examples of model letters to residents, AGM agenda and minutes, as well as the most common company forms are included. Jordans' memorandum and articles for relevant flat management companies are included, together for the first time with explanatory notes. This new edition has been extensively revised and updated to take account of recent legislation which introduces major developments affecting leaseholders and managers, includingno fault right-to-manage premises and right-to-enfranchise (acquire freehold); commonhold - the new form of property ownership; and changes in rights and procedures governing such matters as service charges, improvements works, accounting and administrative charges. The term Real Estate Asset Management is currently the talk of the town, but there are many different views about what exactly it is. Even institutional investors have very different definitions of the task and role of the real estate asset manager. This book assumes that the real estate asset manager plays intermediary role between investor and user; that he has to represent the interests of both. Even if this intermediary role is a part of the core business and is always present with standing investment, this is not entirely the task of the real estate asset manager. He should be involved in the entire value creation chain and lifecycle of an investment object. One reason for this can be explained with a quote often used in the real estate industryall business is local. Local and regional expertise is particularly essential for a real estate asset manager. Supporting disciplines, such as marketing, project controlling and knowledge management, as well as business finance, are all a part of real estate asset management. This book dedicates an entire section to this area to describe real estate asset management as thoroughly as possible. A jargon-free book, written for directors and secretaries of flat management companies. It provides practical guidance and clear answers to such questions asWhat does a director or secretary need to do? What practical financial arrangements should be made? What meetings must be held, minutes taken and records kept? A star-rating system shows which tasks can be performed by the company secretary and when professional advisers should be approached for help. Examples of model letters to residents, AGM agenda and minutes, as well as the most common company forms are included. Jordans' memorandum and articles for relevant flat management companies are included, together for the first time with explanatory notes. This new edition has been extensively revised and updated to take account of recent legislation which introduces major developments affecting leaseholders and managers, includingno fault right-to-manage premises and right-to-enfranchise (acquire freehold); commonhold - the new form of property ownership; and changes in rights and procedures governing such matters as service charges, improvements works, accounting and administrative charges. The term Real Estate Asset Management is currently the talk of the town, but there are many different views about what exactly it is. Even institutional investors have very different definitions of the task and role of the real estate asset manager. This book assumes that the real estate asset manager plays intermediary role between investor and user; that he has to represent the interests of both. Even if this intermediary role is a part of the core business and is always present with standing investment, this is not entirely the task of the real estate asset manager. He should be involved in the entire value creation chain and lifecycle of an investment object. One reason for this can be explained with a quote often used in the real estate industryall business is local. Local and regional expertise is particularly essential for a real estate asset manager. Supporting disciplines, such as marketing, project controlling and knowledge management, as well as business finance, are all a part of real estate asset management. This book dedicates an entire section to this area to describe real estate asset management as thoroughly as possible.
      [Bookseller: Lars Lutzer]
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