Journal of Property Investment & Finance: Volume 35 Issue 4


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Anti-persistence and long-memory behaviour of SAREITs

Kolawole Ijasan, George Tweneboah, Jones Odei Mensah

The purpose of this paper is to provide empirical evidence on the long-memory behaviour of South African real estate investment trusts (SAREITs).

Valuing retail lease options through time: Volatility spread between different types of retailers

Jussi Vimpari, Seppo Junnila

Retail properties are a perfect example of a property class where revenues determine the rent for the property owners. Estimating the value of new retail developments is…

Convergence in the UK direct real estate market

Stephen Lee

The purpose of this paper is to empirically examine the issue of convergence in the monthly returns, rental growth and yields for ten market segments in the UK direct real estate…

The sustainability of urban renewal projects: a model for economic multi-criteria analysis

Antonio Nesticò, Francesco Sica

The decisions taken today relating to urban renewal interventions are rarely supported by logical and operational methodologies capable of effectively rationalising selection…


How long is UK property cycle?

Arvydas Jadevicius, Simon Hugh Huston

The purpose of this paper is to assess the duration of the UK commercial property cycles, their volatility and persistence to gauge future market direction.


Cycology – what has been learnt from previous real estate cycles?

Simon Durkin

The purpose of this paper is to look at the lessons learnt from the previous real estate cycles based on a sample of investors, occupiers and academics and seek to understand the…

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