全文筆數/總筆數 : 63753/63753 (100%)
造訪人次 : 19163758
線上人數 : 363
|作者: ||鄧宏旭;Teng, Hung-Hsu|
|上傳時間: ||2018-04-13 11:30:48 (UTC+8)|
;Real estate meets the needs of livingand also is apopular investment target. During the Japanese-occupied period, modern urbanization had been formed in Taiwan, and urban real estate industry had also emerged. This studyexplores the development and effects of urban real estate industry in Japanese-occupied period by the perspectives of real estate economics.
Japanese businesses anticipated the potential of harbor and locality development of Taiwan Sotokufu in early Japanese-occupied period and preempted the real estate in Keelung, Kaohsiung, and Taipei; namely, "two ports and one city", by capital advantages.The development and urban renovation of Keelung and Kaohsiung harbor contributed to Taiwan Building Cooperation and Taiwan Land and Building Cooperation, which were established in 1908 and 1910 accordingly. Above mentionedwere dominated by Japanese businesses, and their establishments and management were characterized by colonial economies.
Taiwan Building Cooperation and Taiwan Land and Building Cooperationwere two dominant parties in Japanese-occupied period but vary in many aspects. They both snapped up the real estates in early Japanese-occupied period and had advantages in its land management. Taiwan Building Cooperation situated in a prime location in Keelung while Taiwan Land and Building Cooperation shined in Kaohsiung. In particular,Taiwan Building Cooperation benefited greatly from the expansion of land sales and real estate finance because of its high motivated operation. Taiwan Land and Building Cooperation; however, suffered from a severe economic downturn in 1931.
Large-scale land development in the urban real estate industry had a profound impact on the urban development in Taiwan and also promoted the formation of the urban real estate market. Not only the quick estate snapped up by Japanese businesses, increasing demand for residential accommodation in Taiwan by Japanese organized a rough outline of preliminary estate market, but also the investigation of ownership of the land survey, the implementation of the estate registration system and the urban population growthwere also important factors scheming the real estate market.As could be seen from the variation of land prices and rentals in Japanese-occupied period in Taipei, prosperity and outlook of the estate market were observable; yet estate market still accompanied by a lot of social issues such as "residential dilemma", meaning poor amount of residence, conflicts between landlordsand tenants and social movements. Those of which were related to real estate industry.
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