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The potential application of data mining techniques in the extraction of information from property data sets is discussed. Particular interest is focused upon neural networks in the valuation of residential property with an evaluation of their ability to predict. Model testing infers a wide...
This work shows that it is possible to link various economic and property attributes to the value of a commercial property over time in a particular market, and arrive at a valuation pattern which can be used to give a short‐term forecast of valuation fluctuations using longitudinal rather than...
This paper considers the impact of the recent minimum funding legislation on UK Pension Funds and how this may change the way in which property investment is regarded. The principles of investment diversification are re‐examined in the light of the MFR “matching” asset classes and the historic...
This article discusses the future of property valuation data provision by examining a new data initiative designed to increase valuation data availability known as a National Valuation Evidence Database (NVED). This NVED will be an on‐line source of comparable evidence which, when combined with...
This paper forms part of a larger funded research project conducted jointly by the University of Reading and Oxford Brookes University. The purpose of the project was an investigation of negligent valuation and advice, in relation to commercial property lending. A major interview exercise to...
This study utilises a large sector‐regional real estate data set, based on actual properties in more than 187 locations in the UK over the period 1981‐1995. This is subjected to a portfolio analysis using an algorithm based on mean absolute deviation as the measure of risk. The algorithm is...
Commercial property is regarded by many as functioning in a relatively inefficient market, so that opportunities exist to earn abnormal gains through the exploitation of information which is not reflected in prices. Property portfolio managers therefore rely to some extent on predictions or...
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