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Investigates the investment performance of listed Singapore property companies over the past 21 years. Risk‐adjusted performance for the companies remained inferior to stock market performance. There is some evidence that the companies’ investment performance was not consistent over time. Also...
Johnstone’s (1995) actuarial benefit‐cost ratio model estimates the maximum justifiable expenditure on rehabilitation of public housing for each age at which rehabilitation takes place. The model estimates correct maximum expenditures when annual maintenance costs over each age interval are...
Uses Monte Carlo simulation to demonstrate the benefits of employing a currency swap to hedge the exchange rate exposure in a single international real estate investment. The only cashflow exposed to the currency fluctuations is the appreciation associated with the investment. Shows that this...
Technical analysis lies on the premiss that short‐term market price at any time is revealed by pattern of prior price movements. Tests empirically the pattern of the real estate prices by employing the ARIMA analysis. Results strongly show that there exist cyclical trends in the office and...
The UK Government’s Private Finance Initiative introduces new arrangements for the provision of buildings from which public services are delivered. These arrangements require the private sector to take on new forms of risk. Discusses the progress of the Initiative and focuses on a study to...
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