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Class Notes for 16234 at University of Technology Sydney

Property Title and Spatial Data Analysis

16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Opportunity Cost, Market Capitalization, Naming Rights

Lecture8 Hypothetical Development Method of Valuation Hypothetical development: is the process of deriving a land value, or price to be paid for a site which is not developed to its highest and best use by hypothetically d...

Design, Architecture and Building
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Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sinking Fund, Contract, Concurrent Estate

Lecture10:PartialFractionalInterestsinLand Partial interests are interests less than fee simple o Fee simple is the most absolute form of ownership in land o E.g. Leasehold (lessee, lessor), life interest and remainderman ...

Design, Architecture and Building
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Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Redlining, Small Claims Court, Subrogation

Lecture7 Replacement Cost and Summation Methods of Valuation Summation Cost Methods of Valuation o Summation is the sum of the component parts of a property which equals total value in principle o From the total value of a...

Design, Architecture and Building
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Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: World Square

Lecture9:Feasibility Studies(Theoretical Analysis) Feasibility Studies: are a multifaceted analysis of factors and issues, both present and future, that may impact on the success or degree of success of a development propo...

Design, Architecture and Building
16234
Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Management Fee, Gross Income, The Rentals

Lecture5(Self DirectedLesson) Additional Capitalisation Notes Exercises Ex1.1 Gross Rent Outgoings = Net Rent Net RentSale Price = Cap. Rate a) YP=10, Cap Rate=10 b) Purchase Price=1445882, YP=11.76 c) Net Income=349800, ...

Design, Architecture and Building
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Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Capitalization Rate, Contract, Public Liability

Lecture4: Retail and Commercial Leases Lease: Is a legally binding agreement between a lessee and lessor in exchange for monetary consideration known as rent Parties to a lease: o The Lessee (i.e. tenant) pays rent for the...

Design, Architecture and Building
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Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Compulsory Process Clause, Profit Margin, Capitalization Rate

Lecture3:Market EvidenceAnalysis Recap of Market Value The principle of Market Value was established in the case of Spencer vs The Commonwealth (1907) o In this case, Spencer owned land in Fremantle on the head land. The C...

Design, Architecture and Building
16234
Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: World Square

Lecture9:Feasibility Studies(Theoretical Analysis) Feasibility Studies: are a multifaceted analysis of factors and issues, both present and future, that may impact on the success or degree of success of a development propo...

Design, Architecture and Building
16234
Vince Mangioni
16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Remainderman, Fee Simple, Life Estate

PartialFractional Interests in Land (Lecture 10) Partial Interests Are interests less than fee simple? Fee simple is the most absolute form of ownership in land Partial Interests Leasehold Lessee Lessor Life Interest Rema...

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16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Office Space, World Square

Feasibility Studies: A Theoretical Analysis (Lecture 9) Feasibility Studies A multifaceted analysis of factors and issues, both present and future, that may impact on the success or degree of success of a development propo...

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16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Factor Analysis

Hypothetical Development Revision of Lecture 8 Hypothetical Development The process of deriving a land value, or price to be paid for a site by notionally developing it, then systematically stripping back the components of...

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16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dishwasher, Land Values, Flood Insurance

Replacement Cost and Summation Methods of Valuation (Lecture 7) SummationCost Methods of Valuation Summation is the sum of the component parts of a property which equals is total value in principle. Conversely from the tot...

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16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Email, Royal Institution Of Chartered Surveyors, Price Fixing

Valuation Instructions (Lecture 6) Learning Objectives Students to be able to draft a valid instruction to carry out valuation advice To provide valuation advice in the context of your instructions Why Do Valuers Need Inst...

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16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Capitalization Rate, Rent Free, Net Present Value

Capitalisation Method of Valuation (Lecture 5) Capitalisation Is the income method of assessing the value of a property? In share investment it is known as the Price Earning ratio method (PE) ratio method of assessing valu...

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16234 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Capitalization Rate, Compulsory Process Clause

Market Evidence Analysis (Lecture 3) Market Evidence Analysis Valuations are made using appropriate rationale and underpinned by market evidence. The valuer may use direct comparison, capitalisation or hypothetical devel...

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