Landlord and Tenant Relationship, Its Effects on Property Values

Landlord and Tenant Relationship, Its Effects on Property Values

Alemu, T. (1999) while the percentage of leased farmland has remained relatively constant in the US over the past century, the characteristic of lessees, lessors, and the nature of the contractual arrangements between them have hanged about 65 percent of landlords are more than 60 years of age. Most are not actively engaged in farming. Over half live within 25 miles of the rented acreage. Women are a significant factor; while 31 percent of landlords are men 40 percent are women, and another 29 percent are joint male and female (Roges). Moreover, the significance of female landlords is expected to increase as the overall farm population ages. [Read more…]

Property Rating As A Source Of Local Government Revenue In Imo State

PROPERTY RATING AS A SOURCE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUE IN IMO STATE (A CASE STUDY OF ORU-WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT IMO STATE)

The poor relief act of 1601, often known as the statue of Elizabeth can be regarded as the origin of ratin valuation in the world. This statute first made provision for the levy of local regular tax over the whole of England by the parish council. This being the local unit of the local administration which cover the country at that time. The act provided that each parish should appoint overseers of the poor with powers to provide [Read more…]

The Effect of Slum on Property Values in Nigeria

THE EFFECT OF SLUM ON PROPERTY VALUES (A CASE STUDY AGUOWA IN ENUGU, ENUGU STATE)

DEFINITION OF SLUM

The term slum has no single definition but what is apparent is that there is general consensus that slum cannot be hidden as what constitute slum needs no further interpretation to an observation. Slum is defined as a street or district of old building in a poor duty condition often crowded with people. The buildings are structurally most unsatisfactory and unhealthy for human habitation. [Read more…]

Evaluation of the Problems of Rent Collection as an Aspect of Property Management

Evaluation Of The Problems Of Rent Collection As An Aspect Of Property Management In Enugu State (A Case Study Residential Properties In Enugu Metropolis)

METHODS OF RENT COLLECTION: The following methods of collecting residential property rent were identified by Okwuonu (2011):

  1. A) COLLECTION THROUGH ESTATE AGENTS

Rents on residential property can be collected through estate agents. This takes place when a landlord engages in a contractual agreement permitting an agency to act on his behalf. The agency through this agreement collects rent from tenants either monthly or yearly as agreed between he landlord and the tenants. It also performs other obligations s stipulated in the agreement between the agency and the landlord such as, renovation of property, admittance of new tenants and eviction of old tenants. The estate agent also notifies the tenants of increment in rental price when due. The landlord in turn pays commission to the agency as stipulated in their agreement. [Read more…]

Estate Management Project Topics Approved by Nigerian Universities

Estate Management Project Topics Approved by Nigerian Universities

Estate Management Project Topics Approved by Nigerian Universities – Get your own Estate Management Project Topics here! These Estate Management Research /Project topics below has duly been researched and approved. All Estate Management Project topics here contain the complete 5(five) Chapters required. These include: [Read more…]

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