Corporate Real Estate Asset (CREA) is regarded as the fifth resource and the second largest cost factor of the corporate entities. Appropriate decision making and effective management of this resource has been known to reduce costs and yield financial values and social benefits. However, inappropriate decisions and improper management have been the hallmark of corporate entities when it comes to CREA; more so in Developing world. This book uses case study approach to gather evidence on the management of Corporate Real Estate Assets in Developed country (Germany) and Developing country (Tanzania). It has been shown that CREA management decisions in Germany are based on market and financial analysis which is not the case in Tanzania. The book uncovers challenges and opportunities related to decision making and management of the CREA in Tanzania. It helps in bridging the knowledge and information gap that exist between the developed and developing countries. The book is useful to top executives, academicians, researchers, and consultants involved in the decision making and management of operational and surplus corporate real estate assets.