AMB Corporate Real Estate Advisors
1991 | Case No. RE126
A major corporation is considering its various alternatives to meet its long term corporate headquarter facility needs. These alternatives include continuing to lease existing facility; purchasing existing facility; purchasing a new facility; and developing new facilities on one of three possible sites in Oakland, California. This case involves the operation of various real estate valuation techniques utilizing market information to determine which alternative best suits the financial and non-financial objectives of company. This case is an example of the need for corporate management to establish a strategy for managing and understanding its corporate real estate.
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