ADOPTED MUNICIPAL REAL ESTATE PROPERTY IN UKRAINE: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

Mariia Danyliuk, Marta Dmytryshyn

Abstract


This article concerns theoretical principles and practical aspects of the management of abandoned municipal real estate property. As a first stage in deciding on the further fate of the property, a survey for residents of the community is developed and its necessity is substantiated. The various ways of using abandoned real estate municipal property are then described, and the advantages and disadvantages of each alternative are analyzed. Next, an algorithm which serves as a decision support system for municipal property management is constructed. Finally, the necessity of efficient application of community potential in the context of the beneficial use of municipal property is substantiated, and the expected consequences of such actions are outlined.


Keywords


municipal property, abandoned real estate, municipal property management.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.13165/VPA-21-20-2-02

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