Amenity

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In real estate and lodging, an amenity is something considered to benefit a property and thereby increase its value.[1] Tangible amenities can include the number and nature of guest rooms and the provision of facilities such as elevators (lifts), wi-fi, restaurants, parks, communal areas, swimming pools, golf courses, health club facilities, party rooms, theater or media-orientated rooms, bike paths or garages, while intangible amenities can include aspects such as well-integrated public transport, pleasant views, nearby activities and a low crime rate.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Carmichael, D. R (2003). Accountants' Handbook, Special Industries and Special Topics (Volume 2) (10 ed.). John Wiley & Sons. p. 30. ISBN 0471456179.