Property Valuation Techniques

Property Valuation Techniques

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The third edition of Property Valuation Techniques offers a comprehensive and student-friendly exploration of the application of property valuation and appraisal techniques. Thoroughly revised and re-structured, it covers topics including risk, residential lease extensions, enfranchisement and cash flows. This third edition - provides more material on sustainability in relation to property value - uses a wealth of worked examples to apply theory to real-world problems - includes tips on how to structure appraisals in Excel(R) spreadsheets - features self-assessment questions to test and reinforce your understanding Detailed yet accessible, Property Valuation Techniques is ideal reading both for those students new to the subject and those looking to extend their knowledge, and for practitioners looking to refresh and develop their understanding of property more

Product details

  • Paperback | 264 pages
  • 154 x 232 x 16mm | 399.99g
  • Palgrave MacMillan
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • 3rd New edition
  • 102 black & white tables, 6 diagrames, 5 graphs
  • 1137302410
  • 9781137302410
  • 981,274

Review quote

'A comprehensive and insightful text which offers a strong explanation of all aspects of valuation theory supported by coherent and practical valuation examples. An essential read for all property valuation students but also provides indispensable background reading for practitioners and property advisors alike.' - Louise Kirsten, Programme Manager in Real Estate Management, Liverpool John Moores University, UKshow more

About David Isaac

David Isaac is a Chartered Surveyor and Professor of Real Estate Management and Director of Research and Enterprise at the School of Architecture, Design and Construction, University of Greenwich, UK. John O'Leary is a Chartered Surveyor and Chartered Town Planner and Senior Lecturer at the School of Architecture, Design and Construction, University of Greenwich, more

Table of contents

1. Introduction 2. Traditional Method of Investment Valuation 3. Discounted Cash Flow 4. Interest Rates and Yields 5. Equated Yields 6. Hardcore Method 7. Equivalent Yields 8. Equated Rents 9. Rent Payments 10. Taxation 11. Risk 12. Problems of Leasehold Valuation 13. Contemporary Methods of Valuation 14. Development Valuations and the Cash Flow Approach 15. Computer Models and the Use of Spreadsheets 16. Financial Appraisal Techniques 17. New Directionsshow more