Examines the valuation difficulties that have arisen as a result of the falls in rental value in the UK property market during the early part of the 1990s. Considers overage cases being caused by the rent passing being above rental value on a normal rent review pattern because of a letting on an abnormal review pattern. Comments on the straightforward case of a fall in rental value since the last rent revision. Concludes that the growth explicit model is a better and more consistent methodology for the market valuation of investment property.
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