Real estate compensation: The year in review

Cornicelli, Michael F.
December 1997
National Real Estate Investor;1998 Source Book, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p6
Trade Publication
Examines current executive compensation practices and human resources trends in the real estate market in the United States. Performance of real estate investment trusts; Compensation structures; Year-to-year executive compensation gains in the private development sector; Performance of investment advisers; Results of surveys on executive compensation conducted by FPL Associates Consulting.


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