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Real Estate in Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean

Murray, C., Ween, C., Torres, Y. and Ramirez, Y. (2020) Real Estate in Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Routledge. ISBN 9780367223625 (In Press)

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The aim of the present volume is to consider the region's strength and opportunities in real estate and urban development that can contribute to a positive change to provide healthy lifestyles and cities. Following the publication of Real Estate and Development in South America (Murray, Monetti and Ween, 2018), the present volume completes the regional analysis by following a similar structure in terms of selecting best economies for real estate development. However, if the previous volume was concerned with sustainability of the markets and urban development, this book has a focus on the resilience of markets and development, i.e. how a region that is heavily reliant on tourism and logistics copes with the devastating effects that climate change and other catastrophes can have on man-made infrastructure.

Item Type:Book
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Real Estate and Planning
ID Code:90841
Publisher:Routledge

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