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 1. Facilities Management and the Business of Space  

 Facilities Mgrt

Pengarang   : Wes McGregor              

Imprint          : London : Routledge, 2019  

Mukasurat    : 248  


Essential reading for building owners, facilities managers, architects and surveyors, this book will also prove useful on business management and facilities management courses, and for those studying architecture, surveying and real estate management.

2. The Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice 


Pengarang   : Terry Painter           

Imprint          : New Jersey : John Wiley & Sonns, 2021 

Mukasurat    : 504


The first Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice covers everything anyone would ever need to know from A - Z on the subject. The 500+ entries inside not only have hard-hitting advice, but many shares enlightening stories from the author's experience working on hundreds of deals. This book pulls off making the subjects enjoyable, interesting, and easy to understand. As a bonus, there are 136 time and money savings tips, many of which could save or make you 6 figures or more. Some of the questions this informative guidebook will answer for you are:

  • How to buy foreclosed commercial properties at a discount at auctions guidelines for getting started in commercial real estate and choosing low-risk properties?
  • How to value a property in 15 Minutes?
  • How to fake it until you make it when raising investors should you hold, sell, 1031 exchange, or cash-out refinance?
  • How to reposition a property to achieve its highest value when buying or selling 10 tested methods to recession-proof your property?
  • How can you soar to the top by becoming a developer trade secrets for getting the best rate and terms on your loan? Revealed! 11 ways property managers will try and steal from you.
  • How to Catch and Stop Them!

3. The Asset Economy

Assets Economy

Pengarang   : Lisa Adkins            

Imprint          : Cambridge : Polity Press, 2020 

Mukasurat    : 119    

Sinopsis :

Rising inequality is the defining feature of our age. With the lion's share of wealth growth going to the top, for a growing percentage of society a middle-class existence is out of reach. What exactly are the economic shifts that have driven the social transformations taking place in Anglo-capitalist societies? In this timely book, Lisa Adkins, Melinda Cooper and Martijn Konings argue that the rise of the asset economy has produced a new logic of inequality. Several decades of property inflation have seen asset ownership overshadow employment as a determinant of class position. Exploring the impact of generational dynamics in this new class landscape, the book advances an original perspective on a range of phenomena that are widely debated but poorly understood - including the growth of wealth inequalities and precarity, the dynamics of urban property inflation, changes in fiscal and monetary policy and the predicament of the "millennial" generation. Despite widespread awareness of the harmful effects of Quantitative Easing and similar asset-supporting measures, we appear to have entered an era of policy "lock-in" that is responsible for a growing disconnect between popular expectations and institutional priorities. The resulting polarization underlies many of the volatile dynamics and rapidly shifting alliances that dominate today's headlines.

 4. Winning Business in the Property Sector

Winning Business

Pengarang   : Patrick Forsyth            

Imprint          : London : Routledge, 2006 

Mukasurat    : 183

Sinopsis :

This book reviews a variety of aspects of the specific task of selling successfully as it applies to those working in the property sector. It provides guidelines and approaches that will enable one to sharpen their sales skills and maximise the results they produce.

 5. The Globalisation of Real Estate   

The Globalisation

Pengarang   : Dallas Rogers          

Imprint           : London : Routledge , 2018 

Mukasurat    : 176

Sinopsis :

Individual foreign investment in residential real estate by new middle-class and super-rich investors is re-emerging as a key issue in academic, policy and public debates around the world. At its most abstract, global real estate is increasingly thought of as a liquid asset class that is targeted by foreign individual investors who are seeking to diversify their investment portfolios. But foreign investors are also motivated by intergenerational familial security, transnational migration strategies and short-term educational plans, which are all closely entwined with global real estate investment. Government and local public responses to the latest manifestation of global real estate investment have taken different forms. These range from pro-foreign investment, primarily justified on geopolitical and macro-economic grounds, to anti-foreign investment for reasons such as mitigating public dissent and protecting the local housing market. Within this changing geopolitical context, this book offers a diverse range of case studies from Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Russia, Australia and Korea. It will be of interest to academics, policymakers and university students who are interested in the globalisation of local real estate. The chapters in this book were originally published in the International Journal of Housing Policy.

6. Institutional Leases in the 21st Century   

Institutional Leases

Pengarang   : Chris Edwards l            

Imprint          : London : Routledge, 2018

Muka surat   : 180

Sinopsis :

Since the 1980s the "institutional" lease has undergone a dramatic transformation. Landlord-orientated FRI leases for a term of twenty-five years with no breaks and upwards-only rent reviews have retreated before market demands for shorter, more flexible letting arrangements and, recently, in the face of threatened legislation. Nevertheless, valuers and lawyers will have to understand and deal with the 1980s leases until well into the second decade of the twenty-first century. The book sets out to explain the main changes that have occurred since the early 1990s (such as the rules relating to privity of contract). It also provides guidance on the factors driving further change, including the Code of Practice for Commercial Leases and the proposed new accounting standards.

7. Supported Housing Past Present and Future 

Supported Housing

Pengarang   : Yoric Irving- Clarke           

Imprint           : Oxon : Routledge, 2019

Muka surat   : 107

Sinopsis :

This book covers the history of supported housing provision in the context of the broader political and theoretical considerations of the time in which the respective policies were being implemented. The book takes an historical perspective using path dependency as an analytical framework. Particular attention is paid to the critical junctures in the path of supported housing provision and how these limited and continue to limit the policy choices available. The book concludes with a look at the current state of supported housing policy with a view to making recommendations for how policy in this area could be carried forward. The hope is that readers of this book learn the lessons of previous policy initiatives in this area and, by looking at the philosophical underpinning for supported housing can make recommendations for how it can be funded and provided in the future. This book provides a valuable resource for scholars and practitioners seeking to both provide and influence policy in this area. It is also a useful source for students studying housing and urban policy.

8.Corporate Risks and Leadership   

Corporate Risk

Pengarang   : Eduardo Esteban Mariscotti         

Imprint           : New York : Routledge, 2020

Muka surat   : 719  

Sinopsis :

The context of business has been changing for companies in recent years, and following numerous corporate and accounting scandals, many countries have increased the number of national and international regulations designed to ensure transparency and compliance with the law. Because of the existence of these new regulations, the level of control, the severity of sanctions by governments, and the amount of the fines for noncompliance have increased dramatically. In parallel, with the technological revolution in communications, business management has become more transparent, and any negative event is uploaded to social networks and shared with an indeterminate number of people. This change in the regulatory, sanctioning and technological context has forced large companies to rethink risks, investments and budgets to deal in this more complex environment. To transition to this change, some companies have included ethics and compliance programs in their corporate agenda, along with marketing and sales plans, strategies, growth targets, investment plans and/or talent acquisition. While each industry has its particular risks, in this book, the author describes the essential elements that any effective ethics and compliance program should contain. This book is a source of information that connects yesterday with today. The author shares observations and lessons of the past to suggest corporate leaders implement effective ethics and compliance programs to protect their organizations and themselves. The book covers theories of ethics but with an eye focused on practical application. Risks, ethics, and compliance are analyzed with an overall vision, connected to the reality of business life, without getting bogged down in abstract thinking or in technical and regulatory details. Ethics and compliance are disciplines that have increasingly achieved greater recognition in organizations. Thus, due to the importance of risk management in the business world and the necessary involvement of the CEO and the board of directors, it seems appropriate that executives get access to a book about risks, ethics, compliance and human resources directed not only to compliance experts but also to any organizational leader. This book is a wake-up call that allows business leaders to understand the benefits of implementing an effective ethics and compliance program that will help members of organizations to make the right decisions and act within the law. If they do, they can better prevent and react to the difficult obstacle course of risks, dangers and threats that organizations face and that may jeopardize the sustainability, resilience, and survival of companies.

9. Doa dalam Al_quran Kisah & Tafsiran

Doa Dlm  AlQuran

Pengarang   :  Jafri Abu Bakar Mahmoodi            

Imprint           :  Batu Caves : Publishing House, 2020

Muka surat   :  168 

Sinopsis :

Sebuah buku yang mendedahkan doa-doa dalam Al Quran berserta kisah dan tafsiran. Buku ini boleh dijadikan panduan buat pembaca dalam mengamalkan doa dan meningkatkan keyakinan dengan memahami kisah dan tafsiran yang diceritakan.

Al-Quran adalah rujukan terbaik bagi umat manusia.

Padanya ada segala-galanya. Termasuklah doa-doa yang seringkali diamalkan oleh umat Islam.

Beramal dengan doa dari Al-Quran dapat meningkatkan keyakinan pada doa yang dilafazkan.

Bahkan, beramal dengan pengetahuan mengenai kisah dan tafsiran di sebalik doa itu, tentunya dapat meningkatkan kebergantungan kita kepada Allah S.W.T. Yang Maha Agung. Kepada siapa lagi dapat kita letakkan kebergantungan, jika tidak kepada Yang Maha Agung yang menciptakan kita?

 10. Bimbingan Lengkap Solat Sunat (Edisi Kemas Kini)    



Pengarang   : Dato’ Dr Mahmood Zuhdi Haji Abdul Majid               

Imprint           : Batu Caves : Publishing House,  2020

Muka surat   : 443  

Sinopsis :

Buku Bimbingan Lengkap Solat Sunat disusun menggunakan segala teknologi dan kemajuan dunia penerbitan yang ada. Buku ini tampil berbeza kerana ia menggabungkan ilmu fiqh, reka bentuk, dan fotografi yang sesuai demi menjadikan ia sebuah buku yang mesra pembaca serta mampu membimbing pembaca memahami dan mengamalkan kandungannya.


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