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Value is the price which several operations in the market may reasonably be expected to pay. However, the investor is vitally interested in the future cashflow of an investment, and the soundest valuation advice will incorporate some attempt to project future rental incomes and capitalisation...
The impact of accelerating technological change in recent years has been to shorten the useful lifespan of many commercial buildings. Shorter income flows and increasing yields have resulted in a rapid descent towards site values. The response to changing investment circumstances such as this...
The inflation and depreciation assumptions implied within a traditional valuation should be exposed for consideration in an appraisal of a depreciationprone investment. Modern warehouses are examples of this type of investment. The allrisks yield implies judgements concerning a long list of...
Valuation, whether for market purposes or for estimates of individual worth, are rarely proved inaccurate. However, this may be due to difficulties in proving error rather than reliability of valuation methods. If this is true, rationality is a more important test of a valuation method....
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