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Get The Valuation of Office Properties: A Contemporary Perspective and learn the terminology, concepts, principles, and analytical techniques needed to value complex, multitenant office buildings. The Valuation of Office Properties includes essential information on:
The history of the office building
Characteristic attributes of different types of office buildings
Site and improvement inspection and analysis
Industry measurement criteria
Through an in-depth case study and real-world examples, the author demonstrates the application of the income capitalization approach and thoroughly examines:
The forecasting of cash flows
The estimation of rents, vacancies, and operating expenses
The sales comparison approach, the cost approach, and final reconciliation are also demonstrated. An extensive glossary and bibliography are included for further reference.
About the Author
Barrett A. Slade, PhD, MAI, is an associate professor of finance at the Marriott School at Brigham Young University. He received his PhD in real estate from the University of Georgia and holds the MAI designation from the Appraisal Institute. He has over 25 years of experience in the appraisal profession. His experience includes serving as vice president and chief appraiser for the First Interstate Bank of Arizona and as president of Slade and Associates, a real estate appraisal and consulting firm located in the Phoenix metropolitan area. In addition, Mr. Slade’s consulting experience includes due diligence investigations, disposition strategies, portfolio valuation, market segmentation analysis, feasibility studies, white paper research studies, problem property strategies, and expert witness testimony.