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Understanding the process by which valuations are derived and interpreting that information within the context of performance measurement are two areas which are likely to receive greater attention. They are essentially problems of economics. However, our knowledge of these areas is unlikely to...
Computer software, and indeed hardware, has not as yet captured the imagination of many practising valuers. There are a number of reasons for this. But microcomputer software is available for property valuation, appraisal and analysis, and this software takes a number of forms. Care should be...
Recent articles regarding investment valuation and appraisal published in Journal of Valuation have included a number of commentaries which either review or analyse previous contributions. The recent reviews of Baum and Yu, and the comments of Fraser and Greaves, warrant a reply from one of the...
This is the first of a pair of articles which attempt to clarify and compare the concepts and applications of the two socalled positive or real value valuation methods. For these purposes these are the methods which use either the Equated Yield EY or the Inflation Risk Free Yield IRFY as their...
This paper investigates the risk incurred in UK property investment by the major investing institutions. The historic variability of investment returns from property is compared with that from long dated British government bonds gilts and ordinary shares equities using data from the JLW Property...
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