Journal of Valuation: Volume 1 Issue 1

Category:

Built Environment

Table of contents

THE ENIGMA OF THE SHORT LEASEHOLD

ANDREW BAUM

Leasehold valuations are, as ever, an area of controversy. The 1980 Interim Report of the RICS Research Project into Property Valuation Methods can be seen as the climax…

SEVERANCE AND THE LAND TAKEN

G.S. SAMS

It has long been established that when part of a parcel of land in one ownership is acquired compulsorily and the land which is retained is rendered less valuable as a…

APPRAISAL v VALUATION: SOME US DIFFERENCES

DAVID MACKMIN

A dispassionate view of the degree to which North American appraisal practice exceeds UK valuation practice in quality (if indeed it does) is hardly to be expected in a…

THE VALUATION OF DEVELOPMENT PROPERTIES

JOHN RATCLIFFE

This article, a full and general consideration of the Residual Method of Valuation, appears in three parts. Further parts follow in consecutive issues. Future issues of…

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF LEASING DECISIONS AND PROPERTY INVESTMENT

C.W.R. WARD

One of the curious features in the literature of property valuation is the lack of concern for general issues of valuation. The most obvious deficiency is the absence of…

ISSN:

0263-7480

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 1990

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited