Journal of Property Investment & Finance: Volume 33 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: The application of quantitative techniques to real estate

Guest Editors: Dr Joseph Ooi and Dr Masaki Mori

To use or not to use: which type of property should you choose?: Predicting the use of activity based offices

Rianne Appel-Meulenbroek, Astrid Kemperman, Marleen Kleijn, Els Hendriks

Corporate real estate (CRE) is a costly and risky asset in need of more rigorous evaluation methods to support strategic decision making for portfolio and asset management…


Property market modelling and forecasting: simple vs complex models

Arvydas Jadevicius, Simon Huston

The commercial property market is complex, but the literature suggests that simple models can forecast it. To confirm the claim, the purpose of this paper is to assess a set of…


Comparing approaches to economic impact analysis of property redevelopment

Christopher Hannum

– The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the value of computable general equilibrium (CGE) modeling for impact analysis of real estate developments and redevelopments.

The long-term linkages between direct and indirect property in Australia

Jaime Yong, Anh Khoi Pham

Investment in Australia’s property market, whether directly or indirectly through Australian real estate investment trusts (A-REITs), grew remarkably since the 1990s. The degree…

Real estate risk: heavy tail modelling using Excel

Roger Brown, Beate Klingenberg

The purpose of this paper is to present a practice briefing in the form of a user’s manual for Excel-based simulation of real estate risk. Based on a generic discounted cash flow…

The plethora of yields in property investment and finance: a summary

Nick French, Michael Patrick

– The purpose of this paper is to provide a summary, with examples, of the various types of yields that are used as benchmarks in the UK for property and finance.

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