Journal of Property Valuation and Investment: Volume 13 Issue 3

Category:

Built Environment

Table of contents

Property indices: a coming of age?

Guy Morrell

While some progress has been made in recent years to treat propertyas part of the wider capital markets, the subject of indices largelyremains poorly understood by the…

Fuzzy analysis: A vague way of dealing with uncertainty in real estate analysis?

Peter Byrne

Risk and uncertainty are, to say the least, poorly considered bymost individuals involved in real estate analysis – in bothdevelopment and investment appraisal. Surveyors…

A DCF analysis of market price for leasehold investments

David Gane

Advances an alternative method of analysing the market price ofleasehold investments for use when assessing the market price of acomparable investment. The method can be…

A note on “The initial yield revealed: explicit valuations and the future of property investment”

Philip White

A response to the article by Baum and MacGregor (1992), “Theinitial yield revealed: explicit valuations and the future of propertyinvestment”. Contends that the concept of…

Current valuation practice in Australia: A survey of valuers

Terry Boyd

The approaches used by valuers in assessing the market value ofinvestment property are explained with reference to a survey ofpractising valuers in Australia. The survey…

ISSN:

0960-2712

Renamed from:

Journal of Valuation

Online date, start – end:

1991 – 1998

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited