How does Southeast Asian Cultural Background Affect House Purchase Decision in Australia?

RESEARCH PROPOSAL WORKING TITLE How does Southeast Asian Cultural Background Affect House Purchase Decision in Australia? RESEARCH QUESTION AND INDUSTRY PROBLEM [20%*]   MAIN QUESTION How does Southeast Asian Cultural Background Affect House Purchase Decision in Australia? SUB-QU 1 What are the criteria for Southeast Asia countries when they are purchasing properties in Australia? SUB-QU…

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Risk Analysis of Service Apartments

Risk Analysis of Service Apartments Contents Executive Summary What are Serviced Apartments? Why Buy a Serviced Apartment? Industry Analysis Snapshot Legal and Regulatory What is the Planning Issue? Subject Property Background Site Description Modification Timeline Accommodation 2 Bedroom Apartments 1 bedroom apartments Recent Sales References Executive Summary   Prepared by   Franco Valuations Pty Ltd Client    Mr…

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The UK Property Market

Residential Property The United Kingdom enjoyed serious property boom for over a decade. The property boom slowed down when the economic meltdown commenced in 2008. During the boom years the value of property in the United Kingdom soared, and in some cases the value of properties rose by over 200 percent (Cameron, 2005:5). One of…

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Intellectual Property Rights And Traditional Knowledge

Traditional knowledge encompasses the beliefs, knowledge, practices, innovations, arts, spirituality, and other forms of cultural practices that belong to indigenous communities worldwide. The intergovernmental board on rational property and inherent resources, customary awareness and tradition has met ten times since 2001 and the Tenth Session took place in Geneva, 30 November-8 December 2006. The committee…

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Land Property Rights

A number of prominent cases concerning land and property rights, which have mainly involved women, have been addressed throughout the previous few decades. The above scenario states fundamental principles within the rule of law that have been raised in past cases. In consequence, this paper will be considering various different outcomes of important court decisions,…

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Importance of intellectual property rights

IMPORTANCE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS- Intellectual property rights are accepted all over the world due to some important reasons. They were essentially recognized for the acceptations of these rights are:- Provides incentive to the individual for new creations. Providing due recognition to the creators and inventors. Ensuring the material reward for intellectual property. Ensuring the…

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A real estate investment trust

Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Introduction A Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is a mode of indirect investment which buys, sells, develops and manages property investments. REITs have an advantage in that they experience gains from certain taxation rules. Before REITs were introduced in the UK in 2007 listed property companies suffered from double taxation, with…

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Management Law Tenants

Property management as defined in wikipedia is the operation of commercial and/or residential real estate. The duties of property management includes accepting rent, responding to and addressing maintenance issues, advertising vacancies for landlords, and doing credit and background checks on tenants. One important role of property management is that of liaison between the landlord and…

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The facilities management

The late 1980s saw a growing awareness and increased recognition for facilities management both in the public and private sectors. Corporate strategies for competitiveness have caused businesses to relook at all their processes and restructure them in a way that decreases costs and improves efficiency. (Alexander, 1994) Definitions of Facilities Management There are many varying…

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Social Housing Policy

In their article ‘Welfare Safety Net or Tenure of Choice? The Dilemma Facing Social Housing Policy In England’, Fitzpatrick and Pawson (2007) explain and reflect upon the changing environment of social housing in England. This essay will provide a summary of the article before analysing the position of social housing in Scotland compared to that…

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Right Buy Tenants

Right to buy, the dominant form of housing tenure in the Britain for council tenants, competes against private and mixed economy ownership housing- provided by private initiatives – and private rented accommodation. Right to Buy was famously encouraged by Margaret Thatcher (Prime Minister from 1979-1990) through the 1980 Housing Act and the notion of a…

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The role of building surveyors

Surveying, and its related disciplines, have been in existence for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians used the methods of surveying to create the geometrically perfect Pyramids Of Giza, Stonehenge was created using peg and rope geometry, and surveying was even incorporated into the ideas of the Doomsday book (which recorded land use and ownership throughout…

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