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Property Valuation Techniques (3rd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 264
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Building and Surveying Series

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The third edition of this popular textbook offers a comprehensive and student-friendly exploration of the application of property valuation and appraisal techniques. Thoroughly revised and re-structured, it covers topics...

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The third edition of this popular textbook offers a comprehensive and student-friendly exploration of the application of property valuation and appraisal techniques. Thoroughly revised and re-structured, it covers topics including risk, residential lease extensions, enfranchisement and cash flows.  The text explain the theory concisely but at the same time seeks to show the application of different techniques in the contexts which are often encountered in practice.

Detailed yet accessible, Property Valuation Techniques is ideal reading both for second and third year undergraduates; for postgraduates, both those new to the subject and those looking to extend their knowledge; and for practitioners who are not valuers but require some familiarity with the vocabulary, principles and application of the valuation toolkit or who are looking to refresh and develop their understanding of property valuation.

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  • Each chapter starts with a clear exposition of the Aim of that chapter and concludes with a handy Summary
  • Key terms are explained ahead of every chapter
  • Worked examples are included throughout
  • Includes tips on how to structure appraisals within Excel®
  • Offers self-assessed questions at the end of each topic-based chapter with model answers at the end of the book





    

  • Provides more material on sustainability in relation to property value
  • Revised and extended learning features and more worked examples to make the book even more user-friendly


1. Introduction
2. Traditional Method of Investment Valuation
3. Discounted Cash Flow
4. Interest Rates and Yields
5. Equated Yields
6. Hardcore Method
7. Equivalent Yields
8. Equated Rents
9. Rent Payments
10. Taxation
11. Risk
12. Problems of Leasehold Valuation
13. Contemporary Methods of Valuation
14. Development Valuations and the Cash Flow Approach
15. Computer Models and the Use of Spreadsheets
16. Financial Appraisal Techniques
17. New Directions.

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David Isaac is a Chartered Surveyor and Chartered Builder who came from a background in economics and business studies into the property profession. He has some twenty years of experience in property development, finance and valuation and has project-managed a number of development schemes. For many years now he has been involved in property consultancy, education and research at the University of Greenwich, UK, where he is currently Professor of Real Estate Management, Head of Property and Land Management and Director of Research in the SchooL of Architecture and Construction.

John O'Leary is Lecturer at the University of Greenwich School of Architecture and Construction, UK. He is a Chartered Surveyor and...

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David Isaac is a Chartered Surveyor and Chartered Builder who came from a background in economics and business studies into the property profession. He has some twenty years of experience in property development, finance and valuation and has project-managed a number of development schemes. For many years now he has been involved in property consultancy, education and research at the University of Greenwich, UK, where he is currently Professor of Real Estate Management, Head of Property and Land Management and Director of Research in the SchooL of Architecture and Construction.

John O'Leary is Lecturer at the University of Greenwich School of Architecture and Construction, UK. He is a Chartered Surveyor and worked as a planning consultant for architectural practices prior to becoming a Lecturer.

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