Journal of Valuation: Volume 1 Issue 4

Category:

Built Environment

Table of contents

THE INVESTMENT METHOD OF VALUATION: A REAL VALUE APPROACH: 1

NEIL CROSBY

This paper introduces the real value approach. A second paper, to be published in the next issue of Journal of Valuation, considers specific applications of this approach.

STANDARD MEASUREMENTS OF REAL PROPERTY VALUES

IDRIS PEARCE

In the scientific instrument industry, measuring devices are tested and evaluated using various criteria. One test is for accuracy: how precisely does the instrument…

THE VALUATION OF VARYING INCOMES: 1

NORMAN HARKER

This introductory paper is the first of three which reconsider what has become an accepted defect in the conventional investment method of valuation.

THE VALUATION OF VARYING INCOMES: 2

PHILIP BOWCOCK

About 20 years ago it was recognised that an anomaly could arise in the application of the dual rate method of valuation where the income varied during the term, and in…

THE VALUATION OF VARYING INCOMES: 3

PHILIP BOWCOCK

In the previous paper the reasons for the well known anomaly in the valuation of varying incomes of limited duration were examined and it was shown that the Double Sinking…

VALUING TIME‐SHARE INTERESTS: 1

MARTIN AVIS, VIRGINIA GIBSON

A second paper, providing an illustrative valuation, will appear in volume 2 of Journal of Valuation.

POINTE GOURDE, RULE 3 and SECTION 6

W.A. LEACH

The purpose of this article is to differentiate between the Pointe Gourde principle, rule (3) of s. 5 of the Land Compensation Act 1961 and s. 6 of that Act, three rules…

ISSN:

0263-7480

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 1990

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited