Modern Methods of Valuation of Land, Houses and Buildings

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Estates Gazette, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 637 pages
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The object of the book remains as it was for the first edition - the authors have combined a detailed study of the principles governing the valuation of land and buildings with an account of the application of those principles to everyday problems met within practice; and the ever-changing legal framework has been updated.

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About the author (2000)

He is currently an executive member of the RICS International Valuation Faculty Board and of the RICS Europe Board and is an editor for isurv

As well as being a practising chartered surveyor, he is an experienced expert witness and arbitrator, has lectured widely and is the author of several books on property management and valuation.

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