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Examines the residential property market and the effects ofsubstantial changes in the law under the Housing Act 1988. Argues thatthe effect of these changes will highlight the residential market as anavailable investment option. Considers the current investmentopportunities and suggests the...
Reviews the basic objectives, methods and benefits of traditionaldevelopment appraisals. Outlines and comments on the cash flow approach,which is beginning to find favour among both developers and theiradvisers.
Illustrates the sharp increase in bank lending to UK propertycompanies, which has occurred between 1985 and 1989. Considers some ofthe reasons, not all of which relate to the property market. Alsoexamines the varying attitudes banks will have to different types oflending proposals, and this is...
Demonstrates that property development, as with all propertytransactions, requires a sound understanding of the tax implications andshould be viewed in an environment of good tax planning. Considersvarious headings of taxation for the disposal of development property byboth the property trader...
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