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Methods of Housing Analysis : Techniques and Case Studies.

Author: A James Gregor
Publisher: Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
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"In order to understand and formulate housing policy and programs, it is necessary to have a working knowledge of the internal economic operation of housing from the points of view of both the investor and the owner. James W. Hughes argues that investors' and owners' behavior and activity tend to be governed by market forces and other realities. In that regard, he begins this work by analyzing market rates of return  Read more...
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Gregor, A. James.
Methods of Housing Analysis : Techniques and Case Studies.
Milton : Taylor and Francis, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: A James Gregor
ISBN: 9781351505536 135150553X 9781351505543 1351505548
OCLC Number: 1003261248
Notes: Kenneth D. Bleakly, Jr., Expected to Reside: The Response from the Counties.
Description: 1 online resource (566 pages)
Contents: Cover ; Half Title; Title Page ; Copyright Page; Contents ; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INTRODUCTION; SECTION I: ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNAL OPERATION OF HOUSING; INTRODUCTION; INTEREST AND DISCOUNTING FORMULAS; Interest; Symbols; Compound Amount Factor; Present Worth Factor; Sinking Fund Factor; Capital Recovery Factor; DEPRECIATION; RATES OF RETURN; The Operational Technique; RATE OF RETURN EXAMPLE; Unit Parameters; Project Parameters; Additional Preliminaries; Rate of Return: Year 1; Average Year Rate of Return; Discounted Cash Flow Analysis; SuMMARY; READINGS. Wendell H. Martin, Tax Shelter and the Real Estate AnalystErich K. Bleck, Real Estate Investments and Rates of Return; Oakleigh J. Thorne, Real Estate Financial Analysis-The State of the Art; Robert Feinschreiber, A Practical Approach to Rent Roll Analysis; SECTION II: BASICCOST-REVENUEANALYSIS; INTRODUCTION; FIRST GENERATION STUDIES; THE FISCAL SYSTEM; The Concept of Equalization; The Equalized and Assessed Formats; Use in Cost-Revenue Analysis; THE PROBLEM OF COSTING; HOUSEHOLD SIZE AND SCHOOL CHILDREN MULTIPLIERS; THE BASIC METHODOLOGY; ESTIMATED VALUE AND CAPITALIZATION. Gross Rent Income MultipliersCapitalization Rates; Other Formats; FURTHER DISCUSSION; READINGS; George Sternlieb and Robert W. Burchell, The Numbers Game: Forecasting Household Size; George Stemlieb et al., Municipal/School Cost-Revenue Analysis: A Selected Example; James W. Hughes, Cost-Revenue Analysis: A Consultant's Report on a Planned Unit Develop- ment; R.L. Crouch & R.E. Weintraub, Cost-Benefit AnalysisojaPUD; Lloyd D. Hanford, Jr., The Capitalization Process Revisited; SECTION Ill: EXPANDED COST-REVENUE/BENEFIT ANALYSIS; INTRODUCTION; CAPITALIZATION OF BUYING PowER. Housing Cost and Resident IncomeExpenditure Patterns; Translation of Expenditures to Property Tax Revenues; Market Share; A Further Note; SALES AND INCOME TAXES; DIRECT CONSTRUCTION IMPACTS; MuLTIPLIEREFFECTs; THE LONGITUDINAL DIMENSION; INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL IMPACTS; READINGS; Elizabeth A. Roistacher, Multiplier Analysis of Local Economies; George Sternlieb, Elizabeth Roistacher, and James W. Hughes, Tax Subsidies and Housing In vestment: A Fiscal Cost-Benefit Analysis; James W. Hughes and Robert W. Burchell, Mixed Use Cost-Revenue Analysis. John E. Gerweck and Donald J. Epp, The Effect of Industrial Growth on the Local Real Estate Tax: An Expanded ModelSECTION IV: GOVERNMENT REGULATION OF HOUSING; INTRODUCTION; THE SPATIAL DECONCENTRATION OF HousiNG OP- PORTUNITIES; The Emerging Requirements; Fair Share Housing Allocation; Housing Need; Expected to Reside; GOVERNMENT RENT REGULATION; READINGS; Robert W. Burchell and David Listokin, Response to Supreme Court of New Jersey Questions; David Listokin, Fair Share Housing Allocation; U .S. Bureau of the Census, Delineation of Problem Housing Areas.

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