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Summary With the advent of very large development schemes, traditional forms of funding have proved insufficient in meeting the massive cost of such developments. This paper looks at the various forms of funding currently available to the developer and discusses the merits and shortcomings of...
Summary This paper, which was originally presented as the inaugural lecture of the Centre for Studies in Propety Valuation and Management at the City University in March 1987 analyses and explains the various options, both currently available and shortly to become available, which are open to a...
Securitisation, unitisation and PINCS are all, in essence, very simple. They share a common objective of creating a market instrument which gives investors a return which is comparable to holding a direct interest in the freehold of a property at a fraction of the price. The only recent public...
Property Income Certificates PINCS were conceived as a means of unitising properties. They will enable investors to acquire a direct investment in part of a property as if they owned an interest in the property itself. In this way they can enjoy the income and capital growth from the property...
With property finance it is often a case of grabbing an opportunity as soon as it presents itself. Failure to consider the tax consequences beforehand may mean that it is not such a good deal after all. For example the interest may not qualify for tax relief, or may qualify tomorrow rather than...
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