Property Valuation : The five methods
This book examines the different forms in which valuations may be called for and discusses the appropriateness of the methods to different situations. The strengths and weaknesses of the different methods are highlighted and the ways in which each approach has been received and criticized are considered. The intention throughout is to encourage a better understanding of valuation by bridging the gap between theory and practice.
- Electronic book text | 240 pages
- 26 Sep 2002
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Preface. Part One: The background to valuation. Setting the scene. The general investment market. The property market. Part Two: The comparative method. The market. Approach to comparison. Part Three: The investment method. The determinants of value. The valuation process. Relevant issues. Part Four: The residual method. The problem. The process. Part Five: The profits method. The profits principle. Application of the profits approach. Part Six: The contractor's method. Evolution and principles. Application of the contractor's method. Appendices. Further reading. Index of statutes and cases. Subject index.