Examines the issue of the quality of property asset management. Discusses recent studies on property management quality and their findings. Considers the role of computer information, functional performance, property costs, monitoring the use of space, strategic planning, the use of consultants, and pragmatic approaches to property management that emerged from the studies. Also looks at reactive management and the problem of lack of data and performance measures. Finally, offers a framework for quality property management.
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