Release on 2012-04-27 | by Patrick H. Bond,Peter Brown,Peter K. Brown
Principles and Practice
Author: Patrick H. Bond,Peter Brown,Peter K. Brown
Pubpsher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Business & Economics
Since its publication this book has become the standard for both students studying for their examinations and practitioners needing a comprehensive reference book covering rating law, valuation and, importantly, practice. This third edition brings the reader up to date with the changes for the 2010 Rating Revaluation, developments in case law, the new appeals regulations and current approaches to valuing many classes of hereditament, as well as highlighting the differences between cases in England and Wales. The book is well illustrated with example valuations showing both methods of valuation and the variety of property surveyors come across in practice. The authors have extensive experience in the subject and regularly lecture on rating, valuation and taxation matters.
Following the introduction of the uniform business rate in 1990, local property taxation changed dramatically, whilst retaining many of its historical and familiar characteristics. Rating Law and Valuation details the existing, non-domestic rating system from the principles of rate liability and the definition of hereditament, the rateable value, to the procedure for compiling and altering the rating lists. The book also discusses how the methods of valuation are used by rating valuers to produce rateable values for the more common property types. The text concludes with a similar treatment of Council Tax which is levied on domestic property. Rating Law and Valuation is written primarily for those studying property valuation as part of their course, and is an indispensible reference book for those taking professional courses of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers (ISVA), and Institute of Revenue and Rating Valuation (IRRV). It is also a useful resource for practitioners who are required to deal with rating law and valuation but who do not do so on a regular basis.
The Art of Valuing Houses’ will give you confidence to assess residential property, and with all the knowledge of a Registered Valuer. The book will assist both the purchaser and seller to make informed decisions, for Real Estate Agents and financiers to make sound advice, for Registered Valuers as a reference book, and for all those who may have an interest in property and property values. The book details as to what creates and what has a bearing on property values. Property values are dynamic in nature and are influenced by a change in a host of factors within the property, the neighbourhood and the national and international economies. Learn how the economic cycle operates, to be in a better position to be able to predict when to buy and when to sell property. King has based the contents of the book upon observed facts over four decades of being involved in valuing residential property within New Zealand and Australia, both in private practice and local and central Government Departments.
This textbook is for graduate students and research workers in social statistics and related subject areas. It follows a novel curriculum developed around the basic statistical activities: sampling, measurement and inference. The monograph aims to prepare the reader for the career of an independent social statistician and to serve as a reference for methods, ideas for and ways of studying of human populations. Elementary linear algebra and calculus are prerequisites, although the exposition is quite forgiving. Familiarity with statistical software at the outset is an advantage, but it can be developed while reading the first few chapters.