The Valuation of Apartment Properties
|Rating||:||4.58 (945 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||118 Pages|
Mirroring the valuation process, the text examines site, property, and market analysis; the forecasting of supply and demand to derive capture rates; and the application of the cost, sales comparison, and income approaches to value.. This text explores the appraisal of conventionally developed rental apartment complexes of various types and classes
don't bother with this one Amazon buyer I've read many books on real estate, some average and some pretty good. After reading this book I can confidently say that it is the worst real estate book I've ever read.All the information it contains can be found in other books - all of them better written. This book is so boring that no matter how well rested I was, whenever I picked this book up I never failed to become sleepy within just a page or two! The book's sole saving grace: it was thankfully short.. Amazon Customer said It's OKI guess. I took a continuing ed class for my appraisal license and I failed the class (actually I couldn't finish it because of it's difficulty level as well as many other distractions). So I figured that buying and reading this book would help me get through the class the next time I take it. I read the book. It's one of those "practical application" type books. It's all the stuff you're supposed to know already, only applied to apartments.My impression is that three people chiming in on one book is a lot of people. Too much DNA usually ends badly, ya know? "Too many. A Customer said The Valuation of Apartment Properties. I am an Romanian appraiser and for the moment I read not this book. I read only the review write by Stephen Traub and I think it is an interesting and useful book even for an non american.