Journal of Valuation: Volume 3 Issue 1

Category:

Built Environment

Table of contents

THE DETERMINANTS OF RESIDENTIAL VALUES: THE HIERARCHICAL AND STATISTICAL APPROACHES

MICHAEL GREAVES

This paper considers the determinants of residential values from a hierarchical approach based on market experience using a system of Likert Scaling. The approach is…

THE EXTRA 10%: The Importance and Implications of the Eighth Schedule to the Town and Country Planning Act 1971

MICHAEL CRUSH

Existing use rights are important to the surveyor as one of the bases of calculating compensation on compulsory acquisition. Additionally, they are a valuable negotiating…

PERIODIC REFURBISHMENT AND RENTAL VALUE GROWTH

STEPHEN SYKES

The market value of any property investment will tend to deteriorate over time when compared to similar modern properties if monies are not periodically expended to…

DEVELOPMENTS IN FAIR RENT DETERMINATIONS

JOHN DOLING

Because the legislation has never provided rent officers with precise and unambiguous rules on which to base their fair rent calculations, the rationale underlying trends…

ISSN:

0263-7480

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 1990

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited