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Submission Guideline for Authors

Submission of manuscripts for publication implies the author(s) accept the conditions that the manuscripts are been submitted solely to the International Journal of Real Estate Studies and have not been in part or whole previously published by any other journal.

Manuscript should be written in English and submitted as MS Word files.  Papers should be double-spaced with 12-point font size, wide margins of 2.5 cm or 1 inch and should be no longer than 8000 words, including references. Please provide a word count for the paper. All figures and tables should be mentioned in the text and should be numbered consecutively. They should be typed on a separate sheet and given suitable captions. 

The arrangement of the manuscripts should be in the following order. First page: title of the paper, authors' full names, respective affiliations, the corresponding author, phone, fax and e-mail. Second page: concise abstract of not more than 200 words, keywords (maximum of 5).  Subsequent pages: main body of text, list of references, appendices.

For full length paper, the main body of text should be in the following structure: introduction, literature review (optional), methodology, results, discussion, conclusion, references, and acknowledgment (optional).


All publications cited in the text should be presented in a list of references following the text of the manuscript (e.g. Name (2000) or Name, (2000). For three or more authors use the first author and followed by et al. in the text, but all authors are specified in the reference list. List of references are in the Harvard format as follows:
Journal paper
Ascencio, F., Garcia, A., Rivera, J., Arellano, V., 1994. Estimation of undisturbed formation temperatures under spherical radial heat flow conditions. Geothermics. 34(4), 317-326.

Carnahan, B., Luther, A., Wilkes, O., 1969. Applied Numerical Methods, 2nd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Conference Proceedings
Esponasa, G., Garcia, J., Garcia, A., 1994. A computer dynamic model to determine the temperature distributions in a geothermal well during drilling. 7th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing Process. Acapulco, Mexico, 35-40.

Chapters in edited book
Nordlund, U., 1990. A simple Pascal procedure for outline tracing in image analysis. In : Hanley, J.T., Merriam, D.F., eds. 1995. Microcomputer Application in Geology II. Oxford, Pergamon Press, 171-174.

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