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Author Alagan, Eric, 1955-

Title Property Valuation : Secrets of the Roman Decision Model
Published Lanham : Monsoon Books Pte. Ltd., 2011
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Description 1 online resource (147 pages)
Series Micro Mouse Business
Micro Mouse Business
Contents Cover Page; Title Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter1: Introduction; 1.1 The Experts Cannot Agree; 1.2 Sentiments Drive Valuation; 1.3 Valuation is a Science an Art; Chapter2: The Valuation Models; 2.1 Cost Based; 2.2 Market Based; 2.3 Affordability Based; 2.4 Current Methods; Chapter3: Scientific Approaches to Valuation; 3.1 Rental Yield; 3.2 Rental Yield -- Not Always the Best Measure; 3.3 Pay Back Period & Tenure; Chapter4: Five PILLARS, Three VARIABLES, One OBJECTIVE DECISION; 4.1 Location the Mantra -- ROI the Key; 4.2 Market Size affects Price Rental; 4.3 Pay Back Period Tenure
4.4 Appetite for Risk4.5 Time Value of Money (TVM); 4.6 Factors Affecting Property Valuation -- Five PILLARS; 4.7 Intrinsic Value of Property; Chapter5: Building the Roman Decision Model; 5.1 Determine Your Budget; 5.2 Two -- Decide on the Type of Property; 5.3 Three -- List Attributes Required of the Property; 5.4 Four- Verify Gross Rental Potential; 5.5 step five Determine Net Rental Income; 5.6 Step Six -- Determine Cash Commitments; 5.7 Step Seven -- Determine Leasehold Period; Chapter6: Interest Rates; 6.1 Simple Interest Rate; 6.2 Compound Interest Rate; 6.3 Discount Rate
6.4 Inflation, Consumer Price Index, SOR and SIBORChapter7: Rental Income Discounted for Present Value; 7.1 The Present Value Formula with Fixed Rental Returns; 7.2 Step Eight -- Time Value of Money (TVM); 7.3 Step Nine -- TVM with Varying Tenure; 7.4 Step Ten -- TVM with Varying Interest Rates; Chapter8: Three VARIABLES Intrinsic Value; 8.1 Published Tenure of Properties; 8.2 Real Tenure of Properties; 8.3 Eleven -- Valuation Model (Objective Criteria); 8.4 Step Twelve -- Build in Long Term Rental Increases; 8.5 The Present Value Formula with Increasing Rental Returns; 8.6 Industrial Property
8.7 Step Thirteen -- Setting a Price Range8.8 Real Life Example -- HDB Flat; 8.9 Capital Gains; 8.10 One (Result) OBJECTIVE DECISION; 8.11 Property as Home; Chapter9: Multi Attribute Analysis (MAA); 9.1 Price Over Valuation (POV); 9.2 A Realistic Price Range; 9.3 Step Fourteen -- Calculate the Attribute Weights; 9.4 Step Fifteen -- Score/Grade the Property; 9.5 Step Sixteen -- Calculate the Weighted Scores; 9.6 The Roman Decision Model; Chapter10: Conclusion & Review; 10.1 Free Hold Property En Bloc Sales; 10.2 Review: Roman Decision Model; List of Tables; Abbreviations; Dedication
About the Author"Staff Selection" by Eric Alagan; "Increase F & B Sales" by Eric Alagan; "Beck And Call" by Eric Alagan; "Code Shield" by Eric Alagan; Copyright Page
Summary Ignore "affordability" and focus on "fair value"--Why pay a 1 million just because one can "afford" it when the property is worth only 750,000.00? Helps you value property consistently and objectively using five critical parameters: 1. Return on Investment - how much money you ought to receive for the money you pump in as deposits and top-up - factors in mortgage rate changes 2. Value your property based on market size - how many buyers/sellers are competing with you - translated into rental returns - including periodic rental increases 3. Calculate the full income/benefits of your property
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Subject House buying -- Singapore.
Real estate investment -- Singapore.
Residential real estate -- Valuation -- Singapore.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789814358088 (electronic bk.)
9814358088 (electronic bk.)