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Evolution of Technology

16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cash Flow, Net Present Value, Investment

Lecture 10: Topic 5 Discounted Cash Flows (Continued) NPV and Capitalisation The net present value method and the capitalisation method of property assessment should produce the same result if the data used is market d...

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16634 Lecture 6: Dual Rate Applications

Lecture 6: Topic 3 Dual Rate Applications Dual Rate Applications This topic will introduce you to the valuation of property using dual rates. The notion that an investor anticipates both a complete recovery of invested cap...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Fee Simple, Net.

Lecture 7: Topic 4 Valuation of Leasehold Interests Introduction If a person owns and occupies a parcel of land together with any improvements thereon, that person is said to possess the fee simple in the land. This intere...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Discounted Cash Flow, Cash Flow, Net Present Value

Lecture 9: Topic 5 Discounted Cash Flows Introduction Discounted cash flow analysis can be used both to estimate present value and to extract a yield rate from a comparable sale. Generally, DCF analysis is used to solve fo...

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16634 Lecture 8: Valuation of Leasehold Interests Part 2

Lecture 8: Valuation of Leasehold Interests (Continued) Incentives and Premiums Incentives are commonly given in the marketplace to accelerate the letting up of buildings. The level of inducement offered to attract a ...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nominal Interest Rate, Effective Interest Rate

Lecture 5: Topic 3 Nominal Effective Interest Rates Nominal and Effective Interest Rates Sometimes, time value of money calculations in property involve periods other than annual periods (for example, daily, monthly, quar...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Annuity, 0 (Year)

Lecture 3: Topic 2 The Value of Money Calculations (Continued) Present Value Where Interest is Not Paid Annually When this is the case, the present value formula needs to be adjusted to factor in the compounding period jus...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sinking Fund

Lecture 4: Topic 2 The Value of Money Calculations (Continued) Sinking Funds A sinking fund is the periodical investment of funds to provide for the future replacement of an asset subject to wear and tear. In the real ...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Compound Interest, Cash Flow, Interest

Lecture 2: Topic 2 The Value of Money Calculations Time Value of Money Time value of money (TVM) is a concept whereby money available today is worth more than the same amount of money in the future, based on its earning...

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16634 Lecture 1: 1.3 Capitalisation Principles Part 3

Types of Capitalisation Rates Income Producing Properties: Industrial, Retail & Commercial The percentage return received from an income producing property is called a capitalisation rate (as opposed...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Rentals, Tariffs In United States History

Comparable Sales In any valuation practice it is most important to find sales of similar properties. These sales must be analysed carefully so that you may apply that analysed information to your property. To obtain sales...

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16634 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gross Income, Income Approach, Cash Flow

Lecture 1: Capitalisation Principles Capitalisation and Years Purchase The valuation of income producing property is normally assessed by the capitalisation of the net return/rental achieved from the property. This metho...

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