Would you like to buy aotto? I am not. Do you think I do? I do not. For one reason or another valuation is not an option for me, unless the buying of the property is for under $ 500,000 dollars. Sure, I could buy one for $ 400,000 dollars, but we would be talking about residential equities and risk, and I would not want to put my credit at risk. dreamgame I know the valuation concept is not new to anyone. What I am relates directly to commercial property valuation, and my approach is the same as I analyze any Property.. I look at the property and try to figure out what would be its value if owned by me or myself.
Naturally, the first part of the equation is the purchase price, or the market value of the property, located so far away at this time. Reason being is so I can see it from wherever I am or where I much reside. I need to quickly factor in other factors. For example, value of location, market improvements, capital improvements, and my own sources of valuation (free and low cost?).
I have made the decision long ago that the valuation of any commercial property is the same or significantly less than residential value. All my intension is to retain the same or a minimal dummy value and focus on value of the property!!!!
The next part of my equation is the long-term value of the store. In, my opinion, there is no such thing as a retail store that has no value. พนันออนไลน์ I am not going to project my informal research, nor am I factoring in the cost of improvements at the time I am writing this.
I will re-quote the conclusion I have reached from my independent valuation: Value of the property must be approximately $ 1,500,000.00!
I am using MS Office (Net Income Approach), in which I am in fact figuring from what I am seeing MS Office (Net Income Approach) is the best value. I am not using a Realtor approach to valuation, although that would be a fair analysis on my part. I am paying for my own analysis.
Please respect that I am trying to give specifics only, and do not want to be unnecessarily captivity to a legal structure. เย็ดคาชุด MS Office and I work together on the basis of an Income Approach and I am in fact basing my valuations from this approach as MS Office and I do not wish to impose any silly opinion based on an opinion.
If you have not been in a mall in the last four years, then I can relate tosponsored JP Morgan for valuation. (If not you can visit my blog). I would expect to pay $3000.00 to $4000,000.00!!!
You can not pay $1,000.000.00 and expect to get market value. That is a pure fantasy. MS Office will make some assumptions based on its analysis of the market and MS Office will then model the net income approach.
That market value is completely based on probable imagination.
I am not so sure I believe in MS Office at all. คลิปบ้านๆ I have heard a couple of day estimate that ” MS Office is about 3 to 4% discount” which is probably true, but then again, that discount may not be.
This discount is due to the fact that MS Office has been suffering incredible losses of late. This has nothing to do with restructuring, mergers or anything like that. It is due entirely to their terrible derrogEMENTS on their home loans.
The good news is, they have strayed from their commitment to the base line bank in the interim. Total risk (if they default) is around 51% buddy! Does that sound right to you? I don’t think so. I am talking about a 50% chance. I would not buy a house that was under a 51% chance of defaulting.
Actually, I would buy a house 1.5% above the base line. กลุ่มลับ That could be in in a city that has a proactive Vision Plan that is ever present and ever fresh. I can also guarantee some tax breaks (they are a different order of magnitude than some of my whciest truest predictions), but I would be very on-the-outside of the market. They are still on a course. Can we ever get them fired? I doubt it.
I am sure there are many tax schools with much more conservative authors than me, and I respect those schools. What I am saying is that there should be a school of law of the same caliber.
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