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Formula for determining value of a property:

Value = replacement/reproduction cost - accrued depreciation + land value

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Formula for determining value via income

Value = net operating income / capitalization rate

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What elements establish value? DUST

Demand
Utility
Scarcity
Transferability of the property

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The expected worth of a property while owning it and possible gains when selling it.

anticipation

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Bringing together adjoining parcels under the same ownership for purposes such as commercial or residential development. This could potential increase the worth of the parcels.

assemblage (plottage)

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Whether physical, political, economical, social or environmental, all properties can be affected by ti and result in an increase or decrease of worth.

change

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Generally speaking, properties that are similar to other properties in the neighborhood typically have higher values than those that are not.

conformity

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Can results in higher or lower priced homes, depending not he number of sellers that are brought into the market. if there are a lot of sellers, that may drive the home prices down, while if there are only few sellers, this could deb a shortage of properties which could mean higher prices.

competition

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The maximum use of a property that is legally allowed, which typically produces the most income.

highest and best use

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When property improvements do not result in an increase in property value.

Law of decreasing returns

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When property improvements do result in an increase in property value.

Law of increasing returns

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The advantage to a property of being locate din a desirable area.

progression

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The disadvantage to a property being located in a less desirable area.

regression

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The idea that a buyer does not want to pay more for a property than he would pay for an equivalent property.

substitution

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More properties and less buyers = lower prices.
Less properties and same/more buyers = higher prices.

supply and demand