Journal of Valuation: Volume 3 Issue 4

Category:

Built Environment

Table of contents

THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION IN ASSESSING VALUE

GERALD BROWN

Summary The ability of valuers to correctly assess available information and impound it into valuations is essential for the operation of an efficient property market. If…

THE INFORMATION CONTENT OF PROPERTY VALUATIONS

GERALD BROWN

Utilising a sample of 135 properties with continuous returns data calculated at monthly intervals over the period from January 1979 to December 1982 an analysis is…

RATING VALUATION: THE CONTRACTOR'S BASIS

LAURENCE GRIMMETT

This paper examines the use of the contractor's basis of valuation in rating assessment. It is often assumed that this involves the application of a simple…

THE MEASUREMENT OF PROPERTY INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE: SOME CONSIDERATIONS

PATRICK HALL

Property investment performance measurement is a vital defence for the property investment manager. This paper examines various points of detail in the use and…

IS THERE A RESIDENTIAL VALUER IN THE HOUSE?

DAVID MACKMIN

This paper briefly examines the nature of residential valuations, questions the professional vigour with which such instructions are handled and raises a number of…

ISSN:

0263-7480

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 1990

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited