The Income Approach to Property Valuation
Published April 7th 2011 by Estates Gazette – 358 pages
This classic text has been updated to meet the needs of today’s students. It has been revised in line with the 2011 seventh edition of the RICS Valuation Standards and covers the latest valuation techniques including the important area of investment appraisals. It will help readers understand the complex world of property valuation, in particular:
This new edition places a particular emphasis on investment valuations and the impact of landlord and tenant relationships on value. The text has always been well regarded for its clear explanations of the maths behind valuations, and practical examples are provided to illustrate the valuation techniques used today for property investments, property developments and properties valued with reference to their business profits.
"The sixth edition builds upon its solid foundations as a principle and well-established property valuation textbook for both students and practioners alike. It covers all aspects of investment valuation and makes good use of worked examples to aid the understanding of this complex subject. This edition is further improved with a more detailed explanation (together with examples) of the Profits Method which has been compiled by a leisure sector specialist and thus gives the book a more rounded feel." – Keith Petrie, MRICS, Property Valuation Teaching Consultant, University of Aberdeen
"… ignore the plethora of other text books that purport to be good introductions to the topic. Just buy this book, you will not regret it." – Amazon.co.uk, Customer Review
1. Introduction and Quick Start To The Income Approach 2. Financial Mathematics for Property Valuers 3. Discounted Cash Flow 4. Basic Principles 5. The Income Approach: Freeholds 6. The Income Approach: Leaseholds 7. The Income Approach: Taxation and Valuation 8. Landlord and Tenant (Valuations And Negotiations) 9. The Effects of Legislation 10. Development Opportunities 11. Profits Approach for Trade Related Properties 12. Investment Analysis
Andrew Baum was appointed Professor of Land Management at the Henley Business School, University of Reading, in 1989 and is now Professor of Real Estate Investment at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge.
Nick Nunnington is Head of Business Development, specialising in corporate real estate and property asset management at Sheffield Hallam University.
David Mackmin is a chartered surveyor and Prefessor of Real Estate at Sheffield Hallam University.