Turnkey Rental Properties Investment

A type of rental property that many first-time or younger investors like to try their hand at is a turnkey rental. The term “turnkey” describes any product, property or otherwise, that is ready for the consumer immediately after the time of purchase. When the term is used to describe real estate investments, it’s meant that the […]

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House prices in uk

Introduction According to a new study from Halifax one of the largest mortgage lenders. House prices in UK have beaten inflation over the past 50 years. It says that have risen 273% between 1959 and 2009 an average of 2.7% annually. But if measured by current prices, it’s uneven. The fastest growth was from 1999 […]

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Housing need and demand

1 Student Number: C1159011 Module: CP0324 Q.2 In assessing current and future housing requirements how would you distinguish between the concepts of housing need and housing demand? Housing need and demand are planning issues for many countries around the world, it’s important that “adequate shelter is available and accessible to meet the needs of an […]

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Implementing continuous improvement in hospitality sector

1. Title: The research title of this proposal is “Implementing Continuous Improvement In Hospitality Sector”. 2. Introduction Organizations today operate in an extremely competitive environment where service quality and customer satisfaction are paramount. If organizations are to continually improve and meet higher standards in future they must be prepared for continuous and sustainable change. Organizations […]

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Industry Forces and the Generic Strategies

Chapter 2 2.0 Literature Review In this chapter, the author will review the literature concerning Michael Porter’s Five Competitive Industry Forces and the Generic Strategies. This study centres on the housing industry and draws parallels to studies done by others. The author will critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the model. 2.1 Background Numerous […]

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Housing Essays – Key Workers

Key Workers Conference Abstract Affordable housing in London is an issue which affects many individuals and the problem of affordable housing is particularly of concern to poorer sectors within London and those in low paid employment (Greater London Authority (2005) 1) (Pacione, M. (1997) 8) and (Greater London Authority (2006) 1). This is a situation […]

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Leadership style of reflective hospitality managers

1. Introduction The choice of a suitable leadership style of hospitality industry can be seen as the requirement of the features of the industry that is based on the experience of both sides, i.e., the experience of guests in consuming the service and the experience of the managers in running the hospitality businesses (Banks, L. […]

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Methodology

Chapter 3 3.0 Methodology This chapter will discuss the research methodology available for the study and consider the methods applicable for use and will present how the research will be implemented and how to arrive at pertinent findings. 3.1 Introduction The intention of the author is to find the most feasible method to look at […]

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Poor health and poor housing

Introduction There is an abundance of evidence and a long established link to support that poor health and poor housing are inextricably linked. The World Health Organisations’ definition of health (1946) is a: ‘state of complete physical, mental and social well-being’, demonstrating that health is as much a social issue as a biological issue. Pevalin […]

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PR1MA Group Housing Affordability

AFFORDABILITY RATE AMONG PR1MA RECIPIENTS IN PUTRAJAYA, MALAYSIA Nur Aini Syafawani Binti Umar1 ,Shirley Tan2 and Mohd Zairul bin Mohd Nor3 Master of Architecture (M. Arch) Faculty of Design and Architecture University Putra Malaysia, 43400 Serdang, Selangor Contact address: and Abstract A house is one of the basic important needs for humans. According to Universal […]

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