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English translation: own property

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German term or phrase:Eigenobjekt
English translation:own property
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18:38 Mar 1, 2001
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German term or phrase: Eigenobjekt
Unfortunately, that's about it for context, save that the entire project consists of a list of newly established property management companies and their "Neuobjekte," except for the one "Eigenobjekt" listed under the one in Frankfurt/Oder. What is an "Eigenobjekt" and how would it differ from a "Neuobjekt" if all of the companies are new and appear to manage only one hotel property?
Cami Townsend
own property
Explanation:
Take a look at the website below. In this context, "Eigenobjekt" is any property owned by the facility management company. I have also found "own property management", "own property facility management".

Look under "Facility Management" on that website; then go to "Referenzobjekte": here the Steiner Company lists the properties it manages. The first one is their very own corporate building - they own it and they also manage it --> "own property".

I hope this helps.
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Thanks for your help on this. After deliberating some more after I posted the question, I was pretty sure I was going in the direction you mention, but I appreciate the back-up and the web reference. I also like "proprietary real property," but my context only allowed the use of "property" and "proprietary property" is often used in copyright contexts, which doesn't apply here.

Again, thank you.
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own property


Explanation:
Take a look at the website below. In this context, "Eigenobjekt" is any property owned by the facility management company. I have also found "own property management", "own property facility management".

Look under "Facility Management" on that website; then go to "Referenzobjekte": here the Steiner Company lists the properties it manages. The first one is their very own corporate building - they own it and they also manage it --> "own property".

I hope this helps.


    Reference: http://www.steiner.ch/refhagenholz.htm
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Thanks for your help on this. After deliberating some more after I posted the question, I was pretty sure I was going in the direction you mention, but I appreciate the back-up and the web reference. I also like "proprietary real property," but my context only allowed the use of "property" and "proprietary property" is often used in copyright contexts, which doesn't apply here.

Again, thank you.
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proprietary property


Explanation:
below are two good web sites that relate to proprietary real property:

http://www.pwcglobal.com/extweb/service.nsf/docid/8318FF10F5...
PricewaterhouseCoopers' Property Tax practice offers knowledge of the appeals process in all fifty states, valuation competency, advocacy skills, and a proprietary real and personal property tax management system

http://www.fsci.com/home.htm
Fisher Companies Home Page - through its operating subsidiaries, is actively engaged... and real estate investment and proprietary property management.


HTH!





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