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Property securitization has taken on increased importance in recent years, as institutional investors have attempted to overcome the liquidity problems associated with direct property investment and to access property assets in a more liquid format. This has seen a range of investment vehicles...
Discusses the Business Expansion Scheme (BES) which was extended in 1988 to companies letting residential property on assured tenancies. This was intended to provide a stimulus to privately‐rented housing in the UK and to foster the development of more company landlords. Presents the results of...
Develops an approach to estimating effective rents based on the assumption that the net present value of incentives should be zero. Investors should not be able to profit from lease incentive packages if they are valued correctly because they should have no influence on capital values. If ad hoc...
Suggests that capital investments normally flow to economic sectors and regions which produce the highest returns within certain risk parameters. Therefore geographical areas perceived to be peripheral to the core economy of a certain country, region or city suffer when attracting institutional...
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