Journal of Property Finance: Volume 1 Issue 4


Table of contents

An Outline of the French Town and Country Planning System

Philip Webster

Outlines some of the main planning matter and concepts to be takeninto account when considering property development in France. Stressesthat the French town and country…


European Property Investment Taxation

Eric Tomsett

Discusses the taxation implications and planning possibilitiesregarding property investment and development in Europe. Takes theposition of a UK company investing in or…


Closed‐End German Property Funds

Thomas Gasteyer

Explains how closed‐end German property funds can be described aspartnerships of which the business activities are limited to investingin one or several properties…


The Management of Interest Rate Exposure

Chris Mitchell, Janine H. Peake

Discusses the adverse effect on some types of companies whenexposed to fluctuations in interest rates. Discusses the different sortsof tools available to protect against…


Commercial Property in Belgium

Wilfred Goris, Arlette van Muylder

Gives a brief overview of the Belgian legal system relating tocommercial property finance. Makes reference to mortgages, shares andreal estate certificates.


Raising Commercial Property Finance in a Difficult Market

Richard Berkley

Reviews the property finance market over the years immediatelypreceding 1990. Offers suggestions about why the traditional sources offinance appear to have dried up…


An Approach to Mortgage Valuations

John Robinson

Discusses factors affecting mortgage evaluations: first, debt andequity; second, development and investment finance; third, valuation andinvestment analysis; fourth…


City Grant

Richard A. Beattie

Describes the operation and objectives of City Grant, its purposeand background. Gives some practical examples of its workings. Discussesgeneral principles of discretionary grants.


Computer Systems – Training, Understanding and DCF

Stephen G. Sykes

Discusses some problems associated with people using computerpackages who are unwilling or unable to understand how to run thesystem, its limitations, the techniques…


Non‐Traditional Residential Property: The Availability of Mortgage Finance

Thomas P.J. Hancock, Steven B. Tyler

Considers the variety and range of predominantly public sector,non‐traditional residential property that has been developed. Examinesthe effect of repair schemes on…


Land Options and Executing Deeds After the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989

Michael Bowden

Looks at the results of the Law of Property (MiscellaneousProvisions) Act 1989: first, the formalities required to execute deeds;second, formalities for entering into a…




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1990 – 1997

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Emerald Publishing Limited