by Gerhard Mulder of Climate Risk Services Climate risk going to upend the traditional approach to valuing real estate. Yet, for many real estate investors, climate change is not yet front-of-mind, particularly those with shorter holding periods. The prevailing thought is that climate risk is a future problem and that an investor will be able … Continue reading What is the impact of climate risk in real estate valuation?
By Cleo Folkes As many high street stores find themselves closing their doors permanently, we hear that landlords increasingly worry about covenant strength. What is it exactly that they worry about? In property you often hear the word covenant strength when people talk about a tenant or the quality of an investment property or real … Continue reading What is covenant strength and why does it matter?
Maria Wiedner interviewed Rupert Wood about turnover rent, this blog contains a summary of their interview. Rupert Wood Rupert Wood has over 25 years experience in the real estate industry, with strategic and operational experience in multiple sectors and in delivering transformative real estate solutions. Currently an executive advisor at FitForCommerce focussing on malls and … Continue reading Turnover Rent with Rupert Wood
The demise of the high street continues with the collapse of Sir Philip Green's Arcadia, here's a run through of 20, 2020 casualties: RetailerTypeDateAt riskOutcome1Bon MarcheCut price clothing2/12/20225 stores1500 JobsRescue deal on the cards2Arcadia -TopShopDorothy P'sBurtonsMiss Selfridge30/11/2013,000 JobsLooking for buyers3EWMEWNPeacocksJaeger19/11/2076 stores347 jobsDeals in the pipeline4M&CoClothing - formally MackaysAug '20lost 47 stores & 381 jobsBought out … Continue reading Retail Casualties of Covid?
At Cambridge Finance we train professionals in the construction, development and analysis of financial models. We believe this is a hugely valuable skill in real estate and the financial industries. Why? Please read further. What? Before delving into why we need financial modelling, let us first look at a definition. A financial model is a tool (typically … Continue reading Financial Modelling – What, Why & How?
By Holly Mapletoft BA MAAT What shape is the residential property market in, how did it get there and what can we expect to happen next? When we speak of house prices, it is about an average, and, as with any statistic, this is open to interpretation. The average house price varies wildly across regions, … Continue reading The Rise and Fall of the Residential property Market
Kate Taylor - Understanding commercial property valuation Kate Taylor FRICS speaking about her career and understanding commercial property Valuation Learn more from Kate about understanding commercial property valuation in our bespoke course Learn More
The Science View on Valuation Estimating Property Values in Times of Significant Uncertainty In times of Covid-19 pandemic, property market or fair values are harder than ever to estimate. Valuers desperately trying to find enough ‘evidence’, but property is an illiquid asset by definition and as such, transactional evidence disappears during periods of market unrest. … Continue reading Valuation in crisis – Art versus Science – The Science View
The Art View on Valuation The life of a valuer is pretty tough at the best of times, even with the benefit of good comparable evidence. This is because valuers are carrying out transaction analysis in the most imperfect market that exists. This is why valuation is often described as both an art and a … Continue reading Valuation in crisis– Art versus Science – The Art View
By Morag Beers Going Dutch does not always have particularly positive connotations; but Going Dutch in green investments is a whole other matter. The Dutch do it well, and the results are increasingly being recognised as beneficial. How do the Dutch know how to do this? I learned a joke about developers when I arrived … Continue reading Will Green Credentials Impact Property Values – Let’s Go Dutch