Technological developments are having an impact on the construction sector and are creating a paradigm shift in project delivery methods. Traditional project delivery systems are inadequate in current project development processes. A more integrated project delivery system and the establishment of contractual and financial structures are needed. The purpose of this study is to incorporate integrated project delivery and real estate certificate concepts and propose a model for real estate development.
As a methodology, both integrated project delivery and real estate certificate concepts are reviewed individually, and a case to real estate certificate in Turkey is examined.
A real estate certificate is a new method for financing the development process. The system covers the financial dimension of the integrated project delivery system. When these two concepts are combined, they provide an alternative to the real estate development process.
This study is a preliminary study and lays the foundation for future studies.
In theory, both concepts have many advantages, in practice, it is essential to create the necessary legal basis for these advantages to be valid. As this process requires significant planning and contract management, the proposed model must be properly designed at the start of the project.
This study proposes a new model for real estate development by combining integrated project delivery and real estate certificate concepts.
The author would like to thank Prof. Sevkiye Sence Turk and Prof. Hakan Yaman for their invaluable guidance. Their feedback and encouragement were important in the production of this paper.
Bilge, E.C. (2021), "A real estate development model for Turkey: real estate certificates and integrated project delivery", Property Management, Vol. 39 No. 3, pp. 362-375. https://doi.org/10.1108/PM-04-2020-0024
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