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The role of state intervention in stimulating inner‐city land markets for private‐sector residential development is becoming an increasingly important element of urban regeneration strategies. Considers how fiscal incentives are being employed in inner‐city Dublin to promote investment...
Considers the valuation of blocks of flats as a result of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act, 1993. Qualifying residents of blocks of flats now have the collective right to acquire the freehold and intermediary interests provided procedure is followed and price is agreed....
Quality and profit are often considered to be connected. The property market is one in which the concept often arises. For example, the definition of prime property is a quality judgement. In property development, the production of high‐quality property may be thought to improve returns, or to...
Discusses why there should be mechanisms for the settlement of valuation disputes. The various forms are: the Lands Tribunals in the UK; local tribunals and courts; arbitrations; pre‐trial reviews; mediation or conciliation; the role of the valuer when involved in litigation; the role of the...
As property investment increasingly takes place on an international stage, investors are turning to portfolio theory to help structure their investment strategies. Portfolio theory is an expectations‐led theory. It is insufficient to rely on historic property returns alone. Rather, the...
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