Journal of Property Investment & Finance: Volume 20 Issue 1


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Rational expectations and market fundamentals : Evidence from Hong Kong’s boom and bust cycles

Eddie Hui, Tsz‐Ying Lui

This paper uses an econometric approach to examine the relationship between real ( ex post) and rationally expected housing prices in Hong Kong over its boom and bust cycle…


Real estate corporations: the quest for value

Joseph T.L. Ooi, Kim‐Hiang Liow

This paper examines the implications of the corporation’s quest for value and the adoption of a new economic performance metric on real estate corporate strategies. The economic…


Estimating local repeat sales house price indices for British cities

Chris Leishman, Craig Watkins

This paper argues that the methods of constructing house price indices for UK markets lag behind those employed in Europe, Australasia and North America. This is particularly…


The review of property appraisals

Anthony Andrew, Michael Pitt

In the current climate of outsourcing services the extent to which facilities managers make use of external contractors to supply property valuations and appraisals has grown…


Valuation banding – an international property tax solution?

Frances Plimmer, William McCluskey, Owen Connellan

Since 1993 the UK has used a “banded” property tax as opposed to discrete values for the assessment of residential property. Explains both the advantages and disadvantages of the…

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