Real Estate Landscapes: Appraisal, Accounting and Assessment
A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2020) | Viewed by 47028
Interests: real estate market, urban regeneration, real estate ethics, urban planning valuation, landscae accounting and assessment, historic city preservation
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In the last decades, real estate, as well as many other economic industries, has been deeply affected by the information and communication revolution, i.e. by input of knowledge and output of “shape”.
On the side of supply and “products”, such innovation has driven the evolution of sustainable building technologies, structured finance and professional marketing.
On the side of demand, quality has gradually established itself, in particular as for segment (accommodation and valuable dwellings over traditional housing, commercial and industrial), location (downtowns, waterfront, touristic districts), investors (real estate funds).
The third issue, specifically involving information as shape, concerns the effects of the massive real estate development processes on the frail neighbourhoods and cities where regeneration programs deeply and irreversibly modify the original urban and societal arrangement, in many cases involving territory as well.
Then, "real estate landscape" can be assumed as the conceptual dimension for critically framing the real estate issues within a normative perspective (what to do?) assuming social and urban values as the basis for accounting in the appraisal process, and for assessment in planning and taxation.
This special issue of Sustainability encourages the reflections of researchers and scholars, welcoming theoretical, methodological and application contributions focused on the relation between real estate dynamics and city, territory, environment in the perspective of societal and urban sustainability.Prof. Salvatore Giuffrida
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- real estate market dynamics
- real estate market analysis
- property appraisals
- real estate investments
- property management
- property taxation
- real estate ethics
- real estate and old towns
- right to the city
- real estate ethics