Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
An introduction to property management which aims to develop an understanding of the role of the property manager, functions of property management, the management contract, the owner/manager relationship. Maintenance of the long-term property acquisition/lease programme; purchase of land and buildings; leasing and insurance; law of leases, leasing non-owned premises; marketing and leasing of owned premises; lease management; management of residential, group housing, sectional title, office, shopping centre and industrial developments. Marketing of management services. The property cycle. Operational property/asset management . Financial control and budgets. Tenant relations. Risk management.
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