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Both the Appraisal Institute (AI) and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) consider a property’s use, the precursor of its value. Confusion arises for US appraisers and students alike in deciding how to conduct a highest and best use study because in the USA the AI’s dictionary...
In March 1994 the Mallinson Working Party on commercial property valuations produced their report outlining a number of initiatives which the RICS should undertake to help improve the standing of the valuation survey within the business world. The recommendations related to the need to improve...
For ages, the diverse histories and cultures of European nations have challenged professionals and politicians who have attempted to refine international co‐operation and trade. The turbulent history of the attempts to develop a single European market and European currency attests to that....
Provides a review of basic appraisal and statistical principles combined with a simple numerical simulation. Suggests two main directions in which the appraisal profession should move. First, because public stock exchanges tend to be more informationally efficient than private property markets,...
Provides an outline of research seeking to apply to computer assisted mass appraisal (CAMA) model capable of use within a geographic information system (GIS). The end product will be a working GIS/valuation integrated model. The model, in an operational context, can be utilized for property...
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