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Real Estate Market Valuation and Analysis

Real Estate Market Valuation and Analysis

Joshua Kahr, Michael C. Thomsett

ISBN: 978-0-471-75363-6

Feb 2006

320 pages

$58.99

Description

"A fresh, insightful look at how real estate professionals actually value properties and analyze markets. The focus on different product types as well as market segments are especially useful."
--Barry Hersh, AICP, Associate Professor of Real Estate and Urban Planning, City University of New York

This in-depth look at the core tools of real estate valuation will show you how to analyze the real estate market and assess the financial feasibility of a project. Many people go with their instincts or past experience when reviewing the financials and fail to utilize the useful data and analytical tools available in this field. Get the analytical data and tools you need to assess the financial feasibility of any project.

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Preface: A Practical Approach.

Chapter 1: The Essence of Analysis.

Chapter 2: Using Analysis Effectively.

Chapter 3: Valuation of Real Estate.

Chapter 4: Single-Family Home and Condo Analysis.

Chapter 5: Multi-Unit Rental Property Analysis.

Chapter 6: Retail Real Estate Analysis.

Chapter 7: Office and Industrial Real Estate Analysis.

Chapter 8: Lodging and Tourism Industry Real Estate.

Chapter 9: Mixed-Use Real Estate Analysis.

Internet Sources for Further Study.

Bibliography.

Glossary.

Using a GIS Tool in Real Estate Market Analysis.

Notes.

Index.

AUTHOR IS A PROFESSOR.  Joshua Kahr is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Real Estate at New York University where he teaches in the Master of Science in Real Estate program.

STRONG AUTHOR PLATFORM: Book would be used by approximately 150 students in author's NYU course and 60 students at Baruch annually.

NEWSLETTER: Author has monthly client newsletter going to 500 people.

PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: New York University Real Estate Institute to promote the book at conferences. There are three a year and they are attended by about 300 people per conference.