LONG-TERM VALUATION METHODOLOGIES IN REAL ESTATE LENDING: IMPLICATIONS FOR INVESTORS
Commercial property crashes have been a significant and recurrent cause of financial instability in the UK and other economies, causing significant losses when there have been large falls in market values. Following development of the concept of a long-term value methodology and recognising the significant benefits for the wider property market and economy, this research, led by Professor Colin Lizieri and Nick Mansley of the University of Cambridge, in conjunction with Henley Business School, University of Reading, has built on initial work by the Property Industry Alliance’s Debt Group to develop tools to help identify periods when the probability and scale of potential falls – and rises – in value are high.
This seminar will provide an opportunity to hear from the authors their view of the most effective approach and their conclusions on various indicators, as well as what other factors need to be taken into account. Long-term valuation models and other findings from the research are likely to be useful for investors and others, in addition to real estate lenders.
CPD: Qualifies for 1.5 hours’ CPD