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BWFE 3013 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT SECOND SEMESTER SESSION 2017/2018 (A172) CASE STUDY 1: PROJECT DEUTSHLAND: UNPEELING THE ONION OF A DISTRESSED REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO Submitted to: DR. NORHAFIZA BINTI NORDIN Prepared by: NO. MATRIC NUMBER NAME 3 243269 Nurul Shafiza Azzura Binti Shahruddin 4 246496 Wan Nur Athirah Bt Wan Yusoff 2 246505 Muhamad Ihsan Bin Mohd Isa 1 246508 Nur Al Huda Binti Ahmad 5 Submitted date: 12 TH APRIL 2018
CASE STUDY: PROJECT DEUTSHLAND: UNPEELING THE ONION OF A DISTRESSED REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO From the case study, we are discussing the factor that should Mr. Tallest include to make the decision whether he should include the assets in Germany for his portfolio or not. The factors that we are discuss are property type, location of the property, vacancy rate of the property and supply and demand factors. We also forecast the supply and demand for the economy and the real estate markets in Germany. a) Property Type According to the article, the Germany portfolio has 26 properties for a total of 432,944 meters, including 21 office properties, three hotels and two, a mix of office and hotel. 21 office properties and three hotels include non-residential categories. Non-residential refers to buildings or land intended to generate profits, both capital gains and income. Commercial property includes office buildings, hotels with industrial properties, shopping centres, retail stores, farmland, multifamily buildings, warehouses and garages. In many states, residential property that contains more than a certain number of units qualifies as commercial property for loan and tax purposes. Subsequently, the two properties were a combination of office and hotel included in mixed- use development categories. Mixed use refers to the development of structures and communities that present a combination of residential, commercial and commercial uses. By incorporating commercial, office and residential spaces into a single project, the mixed-use developments take advantage of the land on which most of the hours of the day are built and more people than a single-use building could make. Mixed-use developments include many components, such as residential, commercial, entertainment, etc. Some of the developments

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