Concepts of Value in Property
People recognise many values in buildings: financial, social, cultural, environmental... Each of these represents a different concept of value, and together they are a value typology. Every person, business, academic, profession and building has a value typology...yet, there is no consensus of what the value types are, should be, or which are important. This book looks at value typologies used in property, real estate, architecture and other related disciplines. Then, Benefit values are divided into Financial values and Non-financial values. Individual value types and concepts are discussed and reviewed. Concepts include Capital, Cashflow and Time, as well as various methods to formulate, calculate and communicate non-financial values. Finally, the new Values Typology Method and Values Typology Diagram are presented. Discover the language of values, formulate your value typology and communicate them clearly. You can set the values for a project or make an appraisal of your real estate...
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