Housebuilding & the New Homes Market: A Survey
Housebuilding and the New Homes Market: A Survey
This widely used business managerial and economic study provides a detailed account of housebuilding and the new homes market.
It covers the factors affecting company growth, competitiveness, and innovation. The book surveys general industrial commercial trends and issues and reviews significant technical product developments. Finally, it analyses key influences on demand, prices, and business success in the main new homes submarkets as well as the market as a whole.
1. Housebuilding and the New Homes Market: An Overview
2. Housebuilding and Land (1): Economic Aspects
3. Housebuilding and Land (2): Political and Legal Influences
4. Building Materials and Components
5. Labour, Employment, and Training
6. Financial Investment, Company Growth, and Profitability
7. Size Of Firms, Economies Of Scale, and Diversification
8. Technological Development, Production Organization, and Product Innovation
9. The New Homes Market, Demand, and Prices
10. Marketing New Homes
11. Submarket Trends
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