Satisfaction of occupiers with management of rented commercial properties in Nigeria

Oyedokun, T.B. , Oletubo, A. and Adewusi, A.O. (2014) Satisfaction of occupiers with management of rented commercial properties in Nigeria. Property Management, 32(4), pp. 284-294. (doi: 10.1108/PM-06-2013-0036)

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Purpose – Occupier satisfaction has received noticeable attention in recent years due to the perceived relationship between satisfaction and investment performance which has led to property investors giving an increased priority to creating good landlord-tenant relationship. The purpose of this paper is to assess the occupier satisfaction on management of commercial properties in Nigeria using Akure as the research site. Design/methodology/approach – Based on a total population of 160 and employing random sampling technique, 142 questionnaires were administered on the occupiers of shopping complexes along the major routes of the city namely Oba-Adesida and Oyemekun, out of which 98 were returned and found adequate for analysis. Data analysis were done using weighted mean score and paired t-test. Findings – The result revealed that there is significant difference between occupiers’ expected and actual satisfaction. The paper recommends a tenant-oriented management style for better performance. Originality/value – The most important contribution of the paper is to underline the need for pragmatic and tenant-oriented management as a means to achieving increased occupier satisfaction in commercial properties.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Oyedokun, Dr Tunbosun
Authors: Oyedokun, T.B., Oletubo, A., and Adewusi, A.O.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Social and Political Sciences > Urban Studies
Journal Name:Property Management

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