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Property Valuation Techniques By David Isaac

Property Valuation Techniques
by David Isaac

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Intended as an introduction to alternative approaches to real property evaluation methods, this book outlines the traditional valuation and critique of property appraisal which involves the initial valuation of property and subsequent analysis.
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Property Valuation Techniques by David Isaac

Deals with the application of alternative techniques for property valuation and appraisal. After an initial discussion of new approaches to valuation methods, the authors describe traditional approaches and provide a critique of them. Subsequent chapters are devoted to developing models based on cash flow approaches which can aid the appraisal of property investments. Finance theory and computer technology are applied to the analysis. Throughout, complex theory is simplified to make the text as accessible as possible, both for the student and the practitioner.

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Table of Contents

Preface - Introduction - Traditional Methods of Investment Valuation - Discounted Cash Flow - Interest Rates and Yields - Equated Yields - Hardcore Method - Equivalent Yields - Equated Rents - Rent Payments - Taxation - Risk - Problems of Leasehold Valuations - Development Valuations and the Cash Flow Approach - Computer Models and the use of Spreadsheets - Financial Appraisal Techniques - New Directions - Index

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Property Valuation Techniques by David Isaac
David Isaac
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Palgrave Macmillan
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