Journal of Valuation: Volume 4 Issue 2

Category:

Built Environment

Table of contents

THE TARGET RETURN ON UK PROPERTY INVESTMENTS

WILL FRASER

It is conventional to assume that property investments in the UK are priced on the basis that investors require a total return approximately 2 per cent above the current…

THE RATE OF RETURN AS A MEASURE OF PERFORMANCE

MARTIN NEWELL

Papers by Wyatt (Wyatt, 1984) and Hall (Hall, 1985) have addressed the subject of property performance measurement in this journal, and the topicality of the subject has…

DUAL RATE DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW ANALYSIS

JON ROBINSON

Discounted cash flow (DCF), whether by capitalisation or by cash flow analysis, has many detractors because of a number of apparent problems such as the reinvestment…

THE APPLICATION OF EQUATED YIELD AND REAL VALUE APPROACHES TO MARKET VALUATION: I: The Logic of Techniques and the Analysis of Comparables

NEIL CROSBY

Equated yield and other contemporary investment valuation techniques are usually defended as techniques which are relevant for the analysis of market values or prices, but…

POSITIVE VALUATION METHODS: 2

ERNEST WOOD

The first of these two articles gave an insight into the basis on which the suitability of valuation methods to perform their functions should be judged. In this article…

ISSN:

0263-7480

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 1990

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited