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It is recognised by valuers that the effects of coal mining on land in Great Britain can have a significant impact oon the value of a particular site when it is being considered for potential surface development purposes. In this respect a great many buildings are erected successfully each year...
To maintain and enhance the efficiency of a property portfolio the portfolio manager should select those property investment propositions which promise the maximum improvement of portfolio return and reduction of portfolio risk. To cope with this difficult task the portfolio manager needs...
This paper criticises the rational model of valuation propounded by McIntosh and Sykes in their two papers in the Journal of Valuation. It concludes that, in the case of freehold investments with a standard pattern of income flow, the years' purchase method of valuation adopting a single...
In his article The Valuation of Reversionary Freeholds A Review Andrew Baum drew a comprehensive picture of conventional and modern valuation approaches to this topic. His conclusions were well founded, but appeared to be a bit harsh on the basic Discounted Cash Flow Approach which, in his...
A preceding paper by Baum examined the valuation of reversionary freehold interests, distinguishing between conventional and modern approaches. This paper applies the same approach to the valuation of leaseholds, and falls into two parts. Part 1 examined conventional leasehold valuations and the...
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