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Shopping Center Appraisal and Analysis, second edition

Item No. 0725M
ISBN 978-1-935328-02-5
Second Edition
(2009) Soft cover, 250 pages

Price: $55.00

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This long-awaited text examines the valuation process for the full spectrum of retail properties, from strip malls to superregional shopping centers! Inside the new edition, you’ll find significant updates and:

  • New chapters covering the market analysis process and the three types of retail analysis (local economic area analysis, retail market analysis, and retail marketability analysis)
  • Analysis of investment markets associated with shopping centers
  • Discussion of recent retailing trends, nontraditional shopping centers, new development strategies, and current market conditions
  • A thorough overview of a complex property market and specific guidelines for property analysis and appraisal

About the Authors

James D. Vernor, MAI, BBA, MBA, PhD, is chair emeritus of the Real Estate Department at Georgia State University in Atlanta. He has continued working in appraisal and consulting since retiring from the university. He served as chair of the Curriculum Committee and continues to be involved in Appraisal Institute course development and teaching for both domestic and international offerings.

Michael F. Amundson, MAI, CCIM, is a partner in the Minneapolis office of Integra Realty Resources. Mr. Amundson has also been an instructor in highest and best use and market analysis. He holds a master’s degree in real estate appraisal and investment analysis from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is active in numerous trade associations. Mr. Amundson’s real estate appraisal practice focuses on investment real estate with a specialty practice in retail and shopping center valuation.

Jeffrey A. Johnson, MAI, is a partner in the Minneapolis office of Integra Realty Resources.  Mr. Johnson is a frequent speaker at valuation seminars and has taught many appraisal classes. He is a co-recipient of the George L. Schmutz Memorial Award for 2001 from the Appraisal Institute. He holds a master’s degree in mathematics and is co-author of Practical Applications in Appraisal Valuation Modeling: Statistical Methods for Real Estate Practitioners. His real estate appraisal practice focuses on litigation matters.

Joseph S. Rabianski, PhD, CRE, is a professor of real estate at Georgia State University in Atlanta. He teaches courses in real estate appraisal principles, market analysis, valuation investments, and finance. He is a co-author of five texts on various aspects of the real estate discipline and has published several articles in The Appraisal Journal. He is currently the developer of the Appraisal Institute’s General Appraiser Market Analysis and Highest and Best Use course. He has served as a consultant, counselor, and expert witness on retail and office market analysis and has performed economic and fiscal impact studies.

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