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Municipal Real Property Asset Management

An Overview of World Experience, Issues, Financial Implications, and Housing

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Document date: August 01, 1999
Released online: August 01, 1999
This study reviews worldwide experience in local public real estate asset management. A primary objective was to demonstrate the relationship between strategic real property asset management and financial and other municipal planning. Two topics—financial implications of municipal real property asset management and public housing asset management—are considered in detail. The report concludes with a set of recommendations for central and local governments and implications for the World Bank.


Topics/Tags: | Economy/Taxes | Governing | Housing | International Issues


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