Notes the suggestions that surveyors and valuers should change their methodology to make explicit assumptions about inflation, growth rates and yield movement. Reports on the spread of discounted cashflows (DCF) to the appraisal of large development projects and for use in investment appraisals. Concludes that if property investors cease to be dominated by institutions, the likelihood is that DCFs will become more common as a valuation method.
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