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Principles of Property Investment and Pricing (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 429
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Building and Surveying Series

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Paperback - 9780333601624

18 June 1993

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Ebook - 9781349133116

11 November 1993

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This book is a comprehensive analysis of property investment and the market's determination of commercial property values and investment performance. The author examines the economic forces that operate in the property...

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This book is a comprehensive analysis of property investment and the market's determination of commercial property values and investment performance. The author examines the economic forces that operate in the property market by placing property in the context of the overall investment market and the local, national and international economies. Relevant concepts and principles of economics, investment and finance are identified; these are then used to explain the operation of the property market and property price determination. The text begins with a study of the stock market, identifying the principles and forces which explain the price determination of stocks and shares. These principles are then applied to commercial property investments and a simple theory is developed. The three major sectors of the property market (letting, development and investment) are then analysed in depth, and the pricing theory is reviewed. After an examination of the influence of government intervention, the subject is synthesised by detailed studies of three of the most turbulent periods in the history of the post Second World War property market in the UK. In this second edition, both the text and illustrative examples have been updated. The theory of the market's determination of rental values and yields have been substantially revised and developed. A new chapter, discussing the 1980s property boom and the 1990s collapse, has been added.

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Preface
Introduction
Debt and Equity: Risks and Returns
Marketable Securities and the Stock Market
Analysis of Stock Market
Securities Gilt-edged
Securities: Prices and Yields
Ordinary Shares: Prices and Yields
The Investment Yield
Spectrum Modern Theories of Investment
Pricing Trends in Share Prices
Property Investments and the Property Market
Property's Yield and a Pricing Model
Property's Risk and the Level of Yields
The Spectrum of Property Yields
The Concept of Rent as a Surplus Rental Value: A Demand and Supply Analysis
Rental Value and the Sub-Market Site
Values and Development Activity
An Introduction to Development Finance
Equity Sharing and Partnership Schemes
The Property Companies
The Financial Institutions
International Property Investment
Property Pricing: A Reappraisal Aspects of Government
Intervention in the Property Market
The Early Post-War Boom and its Aftermath
The 1970s Cycle
The Thatcher Cycle
Questions for Discussion
Glossary
References
Further Reading
Index.
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