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Author Reichardt, Alexander,
Title Sustainability in commercial real estate markets / Alexander Reichardt ; with a preface of the editors by Prof. Dr. Nico B. Rottke and Prof. Dr. Matthias Thomas.
Imprint Wiesbaden : Springer Gabler, [2016]
2016

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Author Reichardt, Alexander,
Series Essays in real estate research ; Band 12
Essays in real estate research ; Bd. 12.
Subject Real estate business.
Entrepreneurship.
Real estate management -- Finance.
Alt Name Rottke, Nico B.,
Thomas, Matthias,
Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- Sustainable Building Certification and the Rent Premium: A Panel Data Approach -- Operating Expenses and The Rent Premium of Sustainable Buildings -- Sustainability and the Leasing Decision of Office Occupiers in the U.S. -- Summary, Practical Implications, and Further Research.
Summary Alexander Reichardt provides pertinent information on the business case for sustainable buildings, which offer a large potential to abate climate change, which can be achieved at relatively affordable costs compared to other industries. He discusses- although sustainable space offers verifiable advantages to tenants like lower operating expenses, higher employee productivity and reputation benefits -, the small empirical evidence that tenants indeed pay a rent premium for leasing this space. The author, therefore, analyses if sustainable buildings command a rent premium compared to comparable conventional buildings and what contributes to this rent premium. In addition, he analyses what kind of tenants primarily rent sustainable space. It is expected that the demand for sustainable space differs between industries as different industries have different motivations for renting sustainable space. Contents Sustainable Building Certification and the Rent Premium: A Panel Data Approach Operating Expenses and The Rent Premium of Sustainable Buildings Sustainability and the Leasing Decision of Office Occupiers in the U.S. Target Groups Researchers and students in the field of real estate investment Developers, investors, building owners, policy makers, and appraisers About the Author Dr. Alexander Reichardt wrote his dissertation at the Real Estate Management Institute (REMI) of the EBS European Business School.
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ISBN 9783658117399 (electronic bk.)
3658117397 (electronic bk.)
3658117389
9783658117382
9783658117382
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-658-11739-9
OCLC # 930703246
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783658117382


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