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An excerpt from an article that appeared in Volume 40, July/August 1985 issue of this publication is presented. It is in the area of human resources that the most significant changes will occur in property management during the remaining years of the 1980s. To meet the challenges of the future, property management will require expertise in physical maintenance, in marketing, and in financial management, as well as the ability to assemble, summarize, and deliver information about the property quickly and effectively. To accomplish these goals, the property management business needs qualified people who possess a wider range of technical skills-skills in real estate management, in facilities management, in equipment maintenance, and in finance and investment.
From the JPM archives: 1985
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