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Building the web: the Internet and the property profession

Dixon, T. ORCID:, (1998) Building the web: the Internet and the property profession. Project Report. CEM Reading, Reading.

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The report examines the development of the Internet and Intranets in the world of business and commerce, drawing on previous literature and research. The new technology is explained, and key issues examined, such as the impact of the Internet on the surveyor's role as 'information broker' and its likely effect on clients' property requirements. The research is based on an analysis of 261 postal questionnaire responses and eight case study interviews from a sample of general practice and quantity surveying practices and corporates. For the first time the property profession is examined in detail and the key drivers, barriers and benefits of Internet use are identified for a range of different sized organisations.

Item Type:Report (Project Report)
Divisions:Science > School of the Built Environment > Urban Living group
ID Code:35659
Publisher:CEM Reading

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