Journal of Property Investment & Finance: Volume 21 Issue 6


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Macro‐economic factors and foreclosure risk: evidence from mortgages in Singapore

Peck Yan Nang, Poh Har Neo, Seow Eng Ong

Foreclosure risk is a key concern to lenders of real estate mortgages. Using auction data, this study provides the first analysis of mortgage foreclosure in Singapore by examining…


Institutional involvement and the REIT January effect over time

Ming‐Long Lee, Ming‐Te Lee

The Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993, implemented since 1 January 1994, facilitates the increase of institutional investment in the real estate investment trust (REIT) market…


Worst of the good and best of the bad: Adverse selection consequences of risk pricing

Gwilym Pryce

Why do lenders shrink back from full risk pricing in certain credit markets, even when a sophisticated system of credit scoring is already in place? Fear of bad publicity is the…


Time on the market and commercial property prices

Allison M. Orr, Neil Dunse, David Martin

Property markets are considered efficient when the market price of a transacted property equates with its market worth. If this condition holds then identical properties should…


The RICS valuation and appraisal standards

Nick French

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has, over a period of more than 25 years, provided guidance and mandatory advice to valuers providing valuations in the UK in…

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