Finance and Real Estate Valuation
In the aftermath of the “Yes Era”, we believe that investors must return to fundamental analytical tools in order to help ensure that a property has the desired characteristics which allow an investor to achieve their required rate of return. Investing in non-speculative properties will help the investor in obtaining financing at a bank, as lenders are less willing to take risks than they were only a few years ago.
KeywordsReal Estate Discount Rate Cash Flow Investment Strategy Require Rate
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