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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Preparing a Home for Resale

While staging a home or apartment is technically optional during the selling process, it really shouldn’t be. The home you’re trying to sell is the same as any other commodity: it needs to be marketed. It should be made appealing to the type of person you are trying to sell it to, and if you […]

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RENEWABLE ENERGY EFFECTS IN NIGERIA

AN INTRODUCTORY REVIEW: We are in the era, where we regularly envisage different sort of problems, some have a severe distress in it and some are like to be flash instantly. Poverty, financial instability, unemployment are some of the basic problems our society have faced from a number of years, but apart from that problems […]

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Social Benefits of Diversifying Residential Units

POTENTIAL SOCIAL BENEFITS OF DIVERSIFYING RESIDENTIAL UNITS DESIGN AS SMART GROWTH CITY PRINCIPLE IN URBAN AFFORDABLE HOUSING. Tan Wan Joo1, Lam Tuck Lone2 and Meor Mohammad Fared3 Master in Architecture1,2, Assoc. Professor3 Faculty of Design and Architecture, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor. ABSTRACT In the recent years, urban affordable housing has been experiencing significant high rise […]

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Benefits of Buying a House

  Buying a house is one of the smartest financial decisions a person can make. People have been reluctant to invest in a house for many reasons. Among the reasons are decreasing home values, high student debt, the volatile job market, and other reasons. This reluctance has caused a drop in homeownership, especially by the […]

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Student investment properties

2.0 Introduction Property assets such as land and buildings are key resources for all types of organizations. Since there are a lots of demand in the property market, it caused investors started investing in property assets. Residential property is one of the target sectors to invest from investor’s speculation. However, investing in student property market […]

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Choice based letting system

Committee report on the advantages and disadvantages of choice based letting. Summary This report sets out the advantages and disadvantages of moving to a choice based letting system. 1. Introduction. 1.1. The Communities and Local Government Department introduced the Choice-based Letting (CBL) scheme in 2001 as a pilot programme. The programme was intended to offer […]

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