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Urban Real Estate Research Unithttp://www.ureru.uct.ac.za/
The Urban Real Estate Research Unit (URERU) is a multi-disciplinary research platform that examines the unique challenges facing urban development in Africa. More specifically, the unit attempts to provide systemic solutions for Urban Africa by understanding how markets and urban land economics influence development on the continent.
Based on the above, the unit undertakes a number of applied research projects that aim to disseminate quality publications within four main areas:
1) Real Estate Markets, Dynamics and Trends.
2) Real Estate Investment and Finance.
3) Urban Land Economics, Development, and Urban Management.
4) African Real Estate Markets.
With its strong roots in both thought leadership and market involvement, URERU offers an ideal conduit for building knowledge networks with academic institutions and industry leaders.
Urban Real Estate Research Unit
An investigation into the use of land-based financing to fund infrastructure in South Africa
Human settlements, Finance, Built environment
Key ingredients for a collaborative urban regeneration strategy in the Global South
Social facilities, Human settlements, Built environment
The FLISP Lower-Gap Serviced Site Subsidy
Human settlements, Finance, Construction, Built environment
Unpacking the Current & Future Impact of Technology on the South African Property Industry
ICT, Built environment